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Police Chief for a Day – a first grader’s dream come true

Bryce Stubblefield, a first grade student at Twain Elementary School, wants to be a police officer when he grows up. And his dream is about to come true! The City of Kirkland Police Department chose Bryce to be their 2018 Police Chief for a Day.

Mead gives back to the community and connects families

Mead Elementary PTSA hosted a used book and clothing fair during the week of January 22, and a pancake breakfast on Friday. Students, parents, teachers and community members donated 5,419 books. The fair earned $1,100 for the school and provided teachers with 1,000 books for their classrooms.

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Vaccinations required by Washington state law for school attendance

Washington state law requires school age children to receive specific immunizations in order to attend school. Lake Washington School District works with the Washington State Department of Health to comply with state laws on required vaccinations.

Required documentation

Washington state law RCW 28A.210.080 requires that all children show proof of immunization or certification of exemption to attend school. Students cannot start school without the required documentation.

Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS) and Certificate of Exemption (COE) forms

All students must have a completed certificate of immunization status (CIS) (Spanish) or certificate of exemption (COE) (Spanish) form on file in the school office. Parents/guardians must complete the form and turn it in to the school before the student can start school. Students will not be assigned to classes until the information has been turned in with the vaccines required for school attendance documented.

Vaccines required for school attendance

Schedule your child's vaccination appointments well in advance of the new school year to ensure that your child has received all the vaccines required for school attendance.

Vaccine: Hepatitis B
Requirement: Three doses are required for kindergarten through twelfth grade students.

Vaccine: DTaP, DT, Td, or Tdap

diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough)
Requirement: Five doses are required for kindergarten through twelfth grade students. (Four doses only if fourth dose given on or after fourth birthday.)

Vaccine: Tdap
Requirement: Required for sixth through twelfth grade students who are at least 11 years old.

Vaccine: Varicella (Chickenpox)
Requirement: Two doses are required for kindergarten through twelfth grade students (or Healthcare provider verified disease).

Vaccine: Polio
Requirement: Four doses are required for kindergarten through twelfth grade students. Three doses only if third dose given on or after fourth birthday.

Vaccine: Measles, Mumps & Rubella (MMR)
Requirement: Two doses are required for kindergarten through twelfth grade students.

A list of required immunizations for school attendance is also available in school offices.

Washington State Department of Health has more information about required vaccinations.