Health & Wellness
In order to attend school, students must show they are in compliance with Minnesota State Immunization Requirements, and especially applies to students entering early childhood education programs, kindergarten, 7th grade, and all newly enrolled students. If you have questions, don't know where to go for shots, or do not have health insurance, contact your child's school nurse.
- Complete the Student Immunization Form - Preschool-Gr. 12
- Attach a copy of your child’s immunizations record from their health care provider to this form.
- Use this form to claim an exemption from immunization requirements for medical reasons or conscientiously held beliefs of the parent or guardian. *For exemptions due to conscientiously held beliefs, it is necessary to provide a notarized exemption form to the health office.
- See Minnesota Department of Health for more information.
New Minnesota law requires meningococcal booster to attend school Fall 2020
Beginning Fall 2020, the meningococcal booster vaccination will be required for students 16 years of age and older. Minnesota law requires this vaccination or written proof of exemption for children to attend school. Without providing proof of administration, notarized declination, or medical exemption signed by a physician, your student will not receive a class schedule to attend school next fall.
It is recommended that you call your child's physician to schedule immunization appointments. Bloomington Public Health offers low cost immunization clinics. Dates and times of community immunization clinics can be obtained by calling Bloomington Public Health at (952) 563-8900. Clinic hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. More information may be obtained by calling the Minnesota Immunization Hotline at 1-800-657-3950.