Health & Immunization Information

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Immunizations Requirements

State Law

Salem-Keizer School District 24J is required by state law to keep a record of each student’s immunizations. Parents who are enrolling a student in school must complete a Certificate of Immunization Status form with their child’s record of immunizations.

Kindergarten students are not allowed to attend school until they have a minimum of one dose each of required vaccines.

See information on updates to Oregon Immunization Law on the Oregon Health Authority’s website.

Immunization Requirements

The number of doses required varies by a child’s age and how long ago they were vaccinated. Other vaccines may be recommended. FAQs for Parents.
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Immunization Resources in Marion and Polk Counties

Attached is a PDF document listing Immunization Resources in Marion and Polk counties.

Where Can You Get Immunizations?

Immunizations are available at your student’s doctor’s office, at many pharmacies, or at county health departments. Call for information or to schedule an appointment.

Marion County Health Department
3180 Center St. NE
Salem, OR 97301

Polk County Health Department
182 SW Academy Suite 302
Dallas, OR 97338

For questions or more information, contact Student Services at 503-399-3101.

Immunization Reports by School and Location

Go to Immunization Reports

Student Services

  • Office Hours


  • Location

    Paulus Administration Center
    1309 Ferry Street SE
    Salem, OR 97301

  • Nurse Help Line


  • Office phone


  • Contact Form
    Fill out the contact form

Student Services Staff

  • Office Manager

    Shannon Stoutenburg

  • Director of Student Services

    Melissa Glover

Medication Administration

Medication Administration in School, English

Pupil Medical Record

Medication Administration in School, English

Pupil Medical Record (HST-F003) in English | Spanish

Nonmedical Exemptions

There are two ways to claim a nonmedical vaccine exemption in Oregon. Visit the Oregon Health Authority’s website for details.

Go to the OHA Website’s Nonmedical Exemption Info

Key Things to Know About COVID-19 Vaccines

Find out the latest information about COVID-19 vaccination on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

Go to the CDC’s Website

Medical and Health Related Documents