Immunizations

The school immunization law, effective September 1, 1979, requires that all students attending kindergarten through sixth grades must present proof of the minimum immunization. Exemptions from immunizations are allowed for medical reasons, when certified or signed by a licensed physician, or for religious, philosophical or personal objections, when signed by parent or guardian. The Immunization Rules and Regulations state that:

Any student enrolling in school who fails to provide documentation of full immunization or proof of either medical, religious, philosophical or personal objections before the child’s first day of attendance, shall be excluded from school until acceptable Certificate of Status form is submitted to Oak Heights office.

If you have any questions or need a Certificate of Immunization Status form, please contact the Oak Heights office at 425-431-7744.

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