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How Sick is to Sick to Send Your Student to School?

Click here to read more about when you should keep your student home from school.

COVID Resources

Vaccination Opportunities 
Mobile vaccination clinics | Colorado COVID-19 Updates

At-Home Rapid Tests – Rapid At-Home testing program | Colorado COVID-19 Updates

If your student needs to quarantine please contact the McAuliffe Attendance line and let them know about the absence 720-424-1541 or

Resources About COVID-19 Vaccinations for Children Ages 5+

Vaccines are the most powerful tool we have to ensure that our schools are healthy and safe for students and staff. Currently, vaccines are available in Colorado for those age 5 and older. DPS’ healthcare partners encourage our staff, students and their families to access the COVID-19 vaccines as soon as possible. Check out the DPS COVID Resources page for more information and to find out where your student can receive a vaccine. Click here for additional resources about COVID-19 vaccines for children 5+.

General Immunization Information

All children “enrolled” in school, whether they are attending school remotely due to the pandemic or are attending classes in person, are required to submit immunization records and exemptions.

Please continue to follow the immunization schedules for your children. This is critical in keeping vaccine-preventable diseases from resurfacing. Please call your healthcare provider or nearby school-based health center if you are due for regular vaccinations.

Please email immunization forms and/or questions to either or You may also fax records to 720-424-1565.

ALL 6TH GRADE FAMILIES **Students are required to have Tdap prior to entry into 6th grade. One dose of Tdap is required for 6th through 12th grades.

Immunization Exemptions

Medical ExemptionMedical Exemption form

Nonmedical Exemptions will no longer be separated into two categories (personal belief and religious). To submit a nonmedical exemption, you must use CDPHE’s standard Certificate of nonmedical exemption. There are 2 options for submitting a nonmedical exemption:

The Online Immunization Education Module contains information about vaccine-preventable diseases and their vaccines, vaccine safety and schedules, and vaccine safety concerns. It is accessible online 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The course takes about 15 to 20 minutes to complete. You are able to submit an exemption for more than one of your children without retaking the course.

Additional Resources For Families