K-12 and College, School Nurses and Administrators

Immunizations are the single most important way to protect against serious and sometimes deadly diseases. Many of the diseases that vaccines prevent can’t be easily treated or cured, and some are especially dangerous for infants and young children. Even one infected person can cause an outbreak of diseases like measles and chickenpox.

Vermont's School Entry Immunization Rule sets minimum immunization requirements for attendance at public or independent kindergartens, elementary and secondary schools, and colleges to protect students, staff, and visitors against vaccine-preventable diseases within schools.

Information and forms for school year 2018-19

recommended immunization schedules

Vermont schedule including school required vaccinations

vermont immunization regulations and compliance data

School Entry Immunization Regulations
Annual Vermont K-12 and College Vaccination Coverage

additional resources

Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices