Immunizations not only protect those who are vaccinated, but they also play an important role in protecting entire communities by preventing and reducing the spread of infectious diseases, which reduces the potential for mortality. Immunizations also prevent the spread of disease to those at risk because of their age, immunodeficiency, and lack of being protected by vaccines. Per District 205 School Board policy, proof of compliance with all required vaccinations along with a completed State of Illinois Certificate of Health Examination form, must be submitted to the School Nurse in order to complete the schedule pick up/registration process, obtain a schedule of classes, and attend school. Attached is the Minimum Immunization Requirements for those Entering Schools in Illinois, Fall 2015.

Minimum Immunization Requirements to Enter School Fall 2015.pdf, 72.62 KB; (Last Modified on October 1, 2015)