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Immunization Requirements

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All students must be immunized against certain diseases and must present a certificate from a physical or local health agency. If the student should not be immunized due to medical or religious reasons, a statement from a physician or the parent as appropriate must be provided. The required immunizations are: Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio, Pertussis, Measles, Mumps, Hepatitis B, Varcicella (Chickenpox), Rubella and Hemophilus Influenza Type B. Parents or guardians of any children unable to have the mandated immunizations prior to initial school entry and the boosters as required in the later grades may have the immunizations, on the recommendation of the Board of Education, be paid by the town.


School nurse will keep immunization records on file in the Health Office.


In addition to the required immunizations for initial entry into school for kindergarten, regular and special education preschool programs, additional immunizations are required for entry into seventh grade.

For further information regarding immunizations contact the school nurse

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Children from Birth to 18 Years Old


picture of an immunization chart for birth to 6 years old


picture of an immunization chart for 7 to 18 years


Connecticut Department of Public Health Schedule For In Process Required School Immunizations Pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. § 10-204a(a), Connecticut immunization requirements for school enrollment require that students whose initial immunizations have been given but additional required immunizations are in process are to submit a certificate from the student’s physician, physician assistant, advance practice registered nurse or local health agency that the additional immunizations are in process in accord with guidelines and schedule specified by the Commissioner of Public Health. In accord with Conn. Gen. Stat. § 19a-7f(a) and § 10-204a(a), the schedule for such additional required immunizations shall comply with the minimum interval time frame for the required immunization set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as it may be revised from time to time, but, in addition, shall be administered no later than 30 days after said minimal interval time period has occurred.

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