Health Services/Immunizations


Growing Up with Vaccines:  What Should Parents Know?

For school enrollment, a parent or guardian shall provide one of the following:
1. Curent, up-to-date immunization records; or
2. A completed and signed exemption form:  Certificate of Exemption


Immunization Information for Students Entering:


Guide to Immunization Requirements in Oklahoma: 2023-2024 School Year



"A" Symptoms "B" Symptoms
Fever >100.4 F Nasal Congestion/Stuffy Nose
Sore Throat Runny Nose
Cough Muscle/Body Aches
Difficulty Breathing Fatigue
Nausea or Vomiting Chills
Loss of Taste or Smell Nausea
  Loss of appetite
  Elevated Temperature <100.4F
  New Onset of Severe Headache
Recommend testing when:
A person has 1 "A" Symptom 
A person has 3 "B" Symptoms


Overview of COVID-19 Isolation for K-12 Schools



Preventing COVID-19 in Schools and Higher Education


COVID Prevention Program Grant Testing and Other Information: Prevention Program

General Information on COVID in Oklahoma Schools: Covid19

State Dept of Education Quarantine FAQs for Oklahoma Public Schools:  ClickHere

Frequently Asked Questions:  ClickHere



Child Nutrition and Physical Fitness Program Review

It is the intent of the board of education that parents, students, child nutrition employees, teachers of physical education, school health professionals, and the general public participate in the development, implementation, and periodic review and updating of this policy.  Any recommendations must be submitted in writing to the Office of the superintendent, 3128 S. 65th West Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74107.

To review the program click here: Child Nutrition and Physical Fitness Program