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Influenza

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Immunizations

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Immunization Calendar

Our Commitment to School Health

To achieve our vision of Healthy People in Healthy Communities, the Health Department offers or facilitates a wide range of programs, services, and connections for schools. These services are developed through suggestions and feedback we receive from schools and school districts.

The Health Department serves more than 250 public schools in 15 school districts, and numerous private schools throughout Pierce County.

 Immunization Toolkit for Washington State Schools and Childcares

Visit www.tpchd.org/immunizations for current children’s immunization sites.

Current flu information for healthcare providers and for the public

School Service

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Healthy Students = Successful Students

We care about our students physical and mental health.

Both play a major role in our student’s ability to learn. We want students ready to learn, engaged, and have access to strong support systems. Not just in schools, but in their home and community too.

Contact Us

For more information about services the Health Department provides to schools, or to make connections with Health Department staff that support student health contact someone below:

School Health (General)

schoolhealth@tpchd.org
(253) 798-4926

Public Health Nurse

kcranfield@tpchd.org
(253) 798-2813

Resources

Immunizations (Washington State Department of Health)

2017-2018 School Year

Norovirus Toolkit

Public Health And Community Resources

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Fact Sheets

School Module

Other Related Documents

Webinar Training

  • School and Childcare Immunization Requirements, CIS and COE Webinar

Parent Letters

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To report a notifiable condition or communicable disease, call the 24-hour reporting line (253) 798-6534 or use the Reportable Disease Fax Form.