Immunizations

Immunizations Required

  • PARENTS:  Washington School Immunization Law RCW 28A.31.118 requires that your child be properly immunized in order to attend school.

    All new students entering Sumner-Bonney Lake School District in the fall must present proof of immunization prior to admittance. Students cannot enter school, without proof of meeting requirements of the immunization law.

    Upon registration, students must present proof of the following immunizations:

    • Minimum of four (4) DTaPwith the last dose on or after age four (4) on entry to kindergarten.
    • Four (4) TD/Td/Tdap all other students new to school district if last dose given on or after 4th
    • One (1) Tdapfor students 6th through 12th grade, or if student is 11 years of age.
    • Minimum of three (3) Polio, with the last dose on or after 4th
    • Two (2) Measles, Mumps and Rubellagiven on or after 1st birthday, and at least 28 days apart.
    • Three (3) Hepatitis Bon entrance to grades K-12.
    • Two (2) Varicella given on or after 1stbirthday on entry to Kindergarten - 12th grades OR physician’s documentation of disease OR positive blood test showing immunity.


     Immunizations can be obtained from the following places:

    • Your family Physician
    • MultiCare Immunization Clinic at South Hill Mall:

                            The health kiosk is inside the mall near Children’s Play Area
                            Puyallup, WA 98372
                            Phone: 253-403-1767
                            Website: www.multicare.org
                            Cost: Sliding scale for ages 0-18

    Bring any immunization records to the visit.

    Immunization Schedules

    Please provide Sumner- Bonney Lake School District Public Schools with a Provider Verified Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS) Form 

    Provider Verified Form is:

    • Official lifetime immunization record with a provider stamp or signature.
    • Official immigration immunization record.
    • Immunization record printed from a healthcare provider, clinic, or hospital.
    • Written immunization record with a provider stamp or signature.
    • Immunization record printed from the Washington Immunization Information System (WA IIS).