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Any student turning 11 years old by September 1st needs to have a Tdap Immunization.
1st Kason Kelsh, De’shaun Evans
2nd Megan Hunt
3rd Addison Evans
5th Colton Morrison, Katherine Womack
6th Ms. Philesha Moore
7th Josie Kelner
13th Peyton Allen
14th Herminio Torres
15th Brooke Fitzgerald
16th Gage Kilgore
18th Axel Torres
19th Logan Rogers, Isabelle Stacy
20th Karmeitha Govan
21st Mrs. Christen Johnson
24th AB Stevenson
27th Mrs. Cindy Allen
IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS FOR 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR
New requirements announced in 2014 by the Arkansas Department of Health include several immunizations for Arkansas school children and are still in effect for the 2017-2018 school year. A summary of immunization requirements is listed below.
All students must be up-to-date with their immunizations in order to start school in August 2017. Documentation of immunizations must be turned in to the School Nurse prior to the start of school. Immunizations can be obtained from your personal physician or local health departments by appointment only. You may call Lafayette County Health Unit at 870-921-5744.
*DTaP: 4 doses required, with the last one being given after 4th birthday
*IVP (Polio): 3 doses required, with the last one being given after 4th birthday
*MMR: 2 doses, first one after the 1st birthday
*Hepatitis B: 3 doses
* Hepatitis A: 1 dose required for All Kindergarten AND First Grade students
*Varicella: 2 doses
*Tdap: 1 dose required for ALL students 11 years old by September 1st of each year
*MCV4: 1 dose required for ALL 7th graders and a second dose at age 16