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Immunizations 16-17

Immunization Requirements for 2016-2017

Immunization Chart:  English | Spanish

Parent Letter about Immunizations:  English | Spanish

Students entering 7th grade for 2016-2017 school year Immunization Requirements

We must have a current shot record that shows the following vaccines have been received.

  • 1 dose of Tdap vaccine ( tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis)
  • 2 doses of Varicella Vaccine ( chickenpox) if not already received
  • 2 doses of Hepatitis A
  • I dose of Meningococcal ( MCV4 or MenACWY)


Please provide your shot record to the School nurse if your child has received these vaccines.Your child will not be able to receive a schedule or attend school until these shots are received and written proof has been provided.

For any questions call 275-1900 ext. 303 or 275-1900 ext. 117.

Parents of students entering 7th grade will be receiving a letter in the mail with this information.

Stay tuned to our website for information regarding Immunization clinics to be held before school starts. If you have a shot record to bring during the summer and your child’s school is closed, you may bring them by Cuero ISD Admin building and they will be delivered to the school.

HPV: Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine

Is your teen protected? by the HPV Vaccine? Did you know it can prevent cancer? Human Papillomavirus.  As parents, you do everything you can to protect your children’s health now and for the future. Today, there is a strong weapon to prevent several types of cancer in our kids: the HPV Vaccine. HPV vaccine is recommended for preteen girls and boys at age 11 or 12 years. HPV vaccine is also recommended for girls ages 13 through 26 years and boys 13 through 21 years who have not been vaccinated. If your son or daughter hasn’t started or finished the HPV vaccine series- it’s not too late!! Talk to your doctor about getting it for them now.


If your child is planning to attend a Texas University, they will need a Meningococcal Vaccine Booster now! During the 82nd Texas Legislative session, Senate Bill 1107 was passed requiring students attending an institution of higher education to provide proof of an MCV booster  before enrolling.  Questions? Call 275-1900 ext.208 or 275-1900 ext.117.