Health Clerk : Donna McAnally-Cuelho
Phone: (909) 444-3624
The health office is located in the main building and is available during school office hours.
Students will not be enrolled without proof of immunizations.
It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to provide the school with the students immunization records. Contact the previous school or your doctor if you do not have copies of the immunization records at home. All dates must include month, date, and year.
To enter into public, private elementary, and secondary schools (grades kindergarten through 12) children under age 18 years must have immunizations.
4 doses at any age, but... 3 doses meet requirement for ages 4 - 6 years if at least one was given on or after the 4th birthday; 3 doses meet requirement for ages 7 - 17 years if one was given on or after the 2nd birthday.
Diphtheria, Tetanus, & Pertussis
Age 6 years and under: DTP, DTaP or any combination of DTP or DTaP with DT(diphtheria & tetanus)
5 doses at any age, but... 4 doses meet requirements for ages 4 - 6 years if at least one was on or after 4th birthday.
Age 7 years and older: Tdap, Td, or DTP, DTaP or any combination of these
4 doses at any age, but... 3 doses meet requirement for ages 7 - 17 years is at least one was on or after the 2nd birthday. If last dose was given before the 2nd birthday, one more (Tdap) dose is required.
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
Kindergarten: 2 doses both on or after 1st birthday
7th grade: 2 doses both on or after 1st birthday
Grades 1 - 6 and 8 - 12: 1 dose on or after 1st birthday
Kindergarten: 3 doses at any age
2 doses for ages 13 - 17 years applies to transfer students who were not admitted to a California school before July 1, 2001.
7th grade: 1 dose on or after 7th birthday
L.A. County Health Department
Pomona Health Center
750 S. Park Ave
Pomona, CA 91766
(909) 868 - 0270
STUDENTS ENTERING FROM A FOREIGN COUNTRY
If the immunization records being brought from a foreign country are in a language other than English, the parents must provide a copy of the immunization record which has been translated into English by a certified doctor. The translated copy should be written on the doctors letterhead or have the doctors office stamp on it which shows the doctors address and telephone number.