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Subject to the exceptions in §38.001(c), a student is required to be fully immunized against certain diseases. However, under §38.001 a student may be provisionally admitted if the student has begun the required immunizations and continues to receive the necessary immunizations as rapidly as medically feasible. Except as provided by §38.001(c), a student who is not fully immunized and has not begun the required immunizations may not attend school.

For further information regarding immunization requirements, immunization exemptions, and immunization documentation, please contact DSHS.

Information on Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements for Students Grades K-12 is available here.

MISD is hosting campus and district-wide immunization clinics beginning in March.

Happy girl getting shotImmunization Clinics

Is Your Child in Need of a Required Vaccine?

Passport Health/Staying Healthy Medical Services will conduct vaccination clinics for required immunizations. Take a look a the calendar below for specific dates. Districtwide clinics will be held in May, July and August.

A current vaccine record or note from school stating missing vaccines is required. For more information about insurances accepted and vaccinations being offered, please contact the MISD Health Services Department at 817-299-6370.

JPS Community Health Clinics are offering back to school immunizations while supplies last. Insurance is accepted; for self-pay, call for rates. Bring your child's shot records with you. View locations and more information.

NOTE: Vaccinations will be given on a first-come, first-served basis until supplies run out. Please view the Texas State Vaccine Requirements for Students K-12 or consult with your school nurse regarding what vaccines are required for school.

If you are unable to attend the clinics offered by Mansfield ISD, Immunization Collaboration of Tarrant County (ICTC) also conducts immunization events throughout the month of August. For specific dates and locations, view the ICTC calendar.