About our services
Vaccinations, also called immunizations or shots, protect you, your family and people in our communities. Getting the recommended vaccinations in a timely manner helps keep children and adults healthy by helping your body fight against diseases. Children are required to get some vaccinations in order to register for school.
Our school-based health centers offer all recommended vaccinations for children and teens such as:
- Chicken pox
- Flu shot
- Hepatitis A & B
- HPV (human papillomavirus)
- MMR (measles, mumps and rubella)
- Tdap or DTaP: Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough)
- And more...
The school-based health center provider will review your child’s immunization history in Washington State’s Immunization Information System and send home a list of vaccinations that are due based on state and federal recommendations.
We cannot give any vaccines without written parent/guardian or permission.
We will ask you to review the list of past due immunizations (vaccinations) and fill out a separate immunization consent form for the vaccines you would like to be given to your child at the school-based health center.