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Required Immunizations to Enter School
Related Documents:
Immunization Certificate (Sample) (1).pdf
Additional Pages:
Immunization Exemption Requirements
Immunization Requirements for Entering 7th Grade
Immunization Requirements for Pre-K & Kindergarten
Required Immunizations for Entering College/Higher Ed.
Required Immunizations for New Enrollees

*Update - The Roane County Health Department will be offering two "After Hours" clinics to assist parents in getting their kids ready for the 2017-2018 school year.*

April 27, 2017  4:30 - 6:30 PM

May 11, 2017  4:30 - 6:30 PM

If your child needs vaccinations to get ready for the next school year, please call 865-354-1220 and request an appointment.

Appointments can also be made during regular business hours of Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM.  Please review the chart below for required immunizations for school.  Thank you!

Diseases Covered by Tennessee Child Care and School Immunization Requirements 

               (New 2010 changes in bold, italics) TN Rule Chapter 1200-14-1-.29:

        http://www.tn.gov/sos/rules/1200/1200-14/1200-14-01.20101029.pdf

 

                          See Chart Below          

Diseases

Child Care

Kindergarten

New students,

Grades 1-12

All incoming 7thgraders

College

H. flu type B (Hib)

Up to date/ complete

-

-

-

-

Pneumococcus (PCV)

Up to date/ complete

-

-

-

-

Diphtheria, Tetanus,   Pertussis

Up to date (no 4y dose)

Complete

(incl. 4y dose)

Same as K, Tdap not req’d

Tdap booster

-

Measles, Mumps,

Rubella

1 dose

2 dose

2 dose

-

2 dose

Polio

Up to date (no 4y dose)

Complete

(incl. 4y dose)

Complete

(incl. 4y dose)

-

-

Hepatitis B

Up to date/ complete

Complete

Complete

-

Iftraining incl. direct pt. care

Hepatitis A

 

1 dose

2dose (2011)

-

-

-

Varicella

(or disease history)

1 dose

2dose

2dose

2dose

2dose (2011)

Vaccines recommended by CDC, but not required for school: rotavirus (infants), influenza (all, annually), meningococcal (adolescent), Human papillomavirus (adolescent). Visit

   http://health.state.tn.us/TWIS/requirements.htmor https://twis.tn.gov

  for more information or for the Official Certificate.