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Marla Dudley RN, BSN

Hello, my name is Marla Dudley RN, BSN, and I am the nurse here at The Tiger Trail School.

Listed below are the Immunization Requirements for children less than five years of age:

Diphtheria/Pertussis/Tetanus (DPT/DTaP)

  • Children less than two months old: no vaccine is required.
  • Children two months of age, but not yet four months of age: one dose is required.
  • Children four months of age, but not yet six months of age: two doses are required.
  • Children six months of age, but not yet eighteen months of age: three doses are required.
  • Children eighteen months of age, but not yet five years of age: four doses are required.

 

Polio

  • Children less than two months old: no vaccine is required.
  • Children two months of age, but not yet four months of age: one dose is required.
  • Children four months of age, but not yet six months of age: two doses are required.
  • Children six months of age, but not yet eighteen months of age: three doses are required.
  • Children eighteen months of age, but not yet five years of age: three doses are required.

 

Measles (Rubeola)

  • Children from birth to twelve months of age: no vaccine is required.
  • Children twelve months of age, but not yet five years of age: one dose of vaccine is required on or after the first birthday or serologic confirmation of measles illness.

 

Rubella (German Measles)

  • Children from birth to eighteen months of age: no vaccine is required.
  • Children eighteen months of age, but not yet five years of age: one dose of vaccine is required on or after the first birthday or serologic confirmation of rubella illness.

 

Mumps

  • Children from birth to eighteen months of age: no vaccine is required.
  • Children eighteen months of age, but not yet five years of age: one dose of vaccine on or after the first birthday is required or serologic confirmation of mumps illness.

 

Haemophilus Influenzae (Type b conjugate vaccine (HibCV)

  • Children less than two months of age: no vaccine is required.
  • Children two months of age, but not yet four months of age: one dose of vaccine is required.
  • Children four months of age, but not yet fifteen months of age: two doses of vaccine are required.
  • Children fifteen months of age, but not yet five years of age: one dose on or after fifteen months of age is required unless a schedule for a primary series and booster was met prior to or at fifteen months of age. (History of Hib disease since age two through age four is accepted with provision of a written statement from a physician licensed to practice medicine in the United States.)

 

(Hepatitis B)

  • Three (3) doses are required.

 

(Hepatitis A)

  • Two (2) doses given 6-18 months apart for children 2 years - 4 years of age. Age 5 and older not required.

 

Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV7)

  • Ages 2-6 months - 3 doses + booster on or after 12 months; 7-11 months - 2 doses + booster on or after 12 months; 12-23 months - 2 doses, no additional booster; 24-59 months - 1 dose on or after 24 months or completed series and booster (if indicated) by 23 months. Age 5 and older not required.

 

Varicella (Chickenpox)

  • Effective August 1, 2000, children born on or after September 2, 1994, will be required to show proof of either one dose of varicella vaccine received on or after the first birthday or a parent- or physician-validated history of varicella illness or serologic confirmation of varicella immunity.

 

All enrolling students must meet all immunization requirements before being permitted to enroll.

The parent or legal guardian is responsible for providing all immunization documents for the enrolling student before enrollment can be completed.

Acceptable immunization documents are limited to official health records from the previous school(s) attended and/or records verified by a licensed physician or public health personnel.

Immunization records must be received prior to enrollment or the student will not be allowed to enroll.