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    Immunization Records

    Handout for Graduates (2019)

    Seattle Schools requires provider verified records.

    WA State Residents: You can download a copy of your child’s immunization record by going to https://myir.net/. You must register for an account and then log in. Go to “MyImmunizations” at the top of the page and click the “Certificate of Immunization” button to download the pre-filled CIS. Save to your computer.
    You can also call or email the Department of Health  office at WAIISRecords@doh.wa.gov or 1-866-397-0337.

    Are you looking for your student's out-of-state immunization records? Click here to contact the IIS in your state



    Immunizations Required

    Immunization Schedules

    Please provide Seattle Public Schools with a Provider Verified ​Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS) Form 

    Provider Verified Form is:

    • Official lifetime immunization record with a provider stamp or signature.
    • Official immigration immunization record.
    • Immunization record printed from a healthcare provider, clinic, or hospital.
    • Written immunization record with a provider stamp or signature.
    • Immunization record printed from the Washington Immunization Information System (WA IIS).

    Check the Department of Health website for more information on immunization requirements.

    Certificate of Immunization Checklist

    • Certificate of Immunization(CIS) form is signed by parent/guardian.
    • Be sure the student's name and birth date are legible!
    • If you have it, please write the student ID number in the upper left corner.
    • Send the Certificate of Immunization (CIS) form to your child's school or to Student Health Services.

    Seattle Public Schools
    Health Services MS 31-650
    P.O. Box 34165
    Seattle, WA 98134
    Fax (206) 252-0751

     

    Immunization Required Notices

    Washington State law requires that parents/guardians of students in grade 6th-12th be provided information about meningococcal disease and Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and the availability of a vaccine.



    Immunization Exemptions

    Washington State Law allows exemptions to the immunization requirements for religious, medical, or personal reasons. These are recorded on a Certificate of Exemption (COE).

    Certificate of Exemptions (COE) to immunization requirements:

    Beginning with applications received after 7/22/2011 exemptions require both parent/guardian and health-care provider's signature except for certain religious exemptions.