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Attention 7th Grade Parents: 

If your student will be in 7th grade for the 2019-2020 school year...

The Texas State Health Services Department of Communicable Diseases has immunization requirements specific to students entering the 7th grade.   The requirements are as follows:


Tdap (Tetanus, Diptheria, acellular Pertussis):  Required if the student has not had a vaccine containing tetanus (DPT, Td, Dtap, Tdap) in the past five (5) years.


Meningococcal - MCV4 (Meningitis):  One dose of Quadrivalent vaccine is required after the 11th birthday, for entry into the 7th grade.


Please make arrangements to have these requirements met.  Please turn proof of immunization in to your school nurse on or before start of school year in August 2019.  


Please note if the deficiency is not corrected by Schedule Pick up for the 2019-2020 School year, your student will not be allowed to pick up their schedule or begin class until the deficiency is corrected. Often, these shots have already been given, but the student record has not been updated at school.  Please update your student’s health record frequently.  If you have any questions, please contact your current campus nurse.



Shot records can be emailed to or brought to Cougar Camp. 

Medication Policy

Please complete the Medication Authorization Form for the school nurse to administer medication during school hours.


IF it is a PRESCRIPTION medication and/or an OTC given 10 or more consecutive days, your doctor must complete and sign the middle section titled: "PHYSICIANS: PLEASE WRITE ORDER FOR SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION" AND a parent/guardian must sign the lowest boxes. 


IF it is an OVER THE COUNTER (OTC) medication, only a parent must sign. 


Please note these important points: 


  • Only Health Care Providers with Prescription Authority in Texas can prescribe medications and treatments.
  • The following medications require an order from a Health Provider with Prescribing Authority in Texas include:
    • All prescription medication
    • Non-prescription medication given more than 10 consecutive days
    • Non-prescription medication when dosage is more than dosage on container
  • Changes in the administration of prescription drugs including dose and time must be in writing from the physician. Discontinuance must be in writing from the parent/guardian and/or physician.
  • Changes in the administration of non-prescription medications must be in writing from the parent/guardian and/or physician.
  • Medication orders are valid only for the current school year.
  • Only those medicines appropriate for that age child will be administered.
  • Medications from foreign countries will not be accepted or administered by the school nurse or the principal's designee.
If you would like to volunteer to help in the clinic, please visit to fill out an application. 
Next, fill out the clinic confidentiality form and return to the Nurse. 
You must be cleared before you can volunteer.  Thank you so much to our parents all ready to volunteer!!