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Abby De Silva, R.N., BSN, PHN


Creek View School                                                                             

Grace Yokley Jr. High School


Yesenia Rocha, R.N., BSN, 


Mountain View School                                                                               

Park View School                                                                                             

Ranch View School



Requirements for School Entry (TK-12)

Effective July 1, 2019

California schools are required to check immunization records for all new student admissions at TK/Kindergarten through 12th grade and all students advancing to 7th grade before entry. Parents must show their child's Immunization Record as proof of immunization.

4-6 year olds
7-17 year olds

Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (DTaP, DTP, Dt, or Tdap): 5 doses

(4 doses acceptable if one was given on or after the 4th birthday)

Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (DTaP, DTP, Dt, or Tdap): 5 doses

(3 doses acceptable if one was given on or after the 7th birthday). (For 7th-12th graders, at least 1 dose of pertussis-containing vaccine is required on or after 7th birthday)

Polio (OPV or IPV): 4 doses

(3 doses acceptable if one was given on or after the 4th birthday)

Polio (OPV or IPV): 4 doses

(3 doses acceptable if one was given on or after the 4th birthday)

Hepatitis B (Hep B or HBV): 3 doses
Hepatitis B (Hep B or HBV): 3 doses (not required for 7th grade entry)
Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR or MMR-V): 2 doses given on or after the 1st birthday
Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR or MMR-V): 2 doses given on or after the 1st birthday

Varicella (chickenpox, VAR, MMR-V, or VZV): 2 doses

Varicella (chickenpox, VAR, MMR-V, or VZV): 2 doses             (Usually given at ages 12 months and 4-6 years)

Parents Guide to Immunizations for School Entry

7th Grade Immunization Requirements

Tdap Booster (Tdap, DTP, or DTaP): 1 dose (Whooping cough booster usually given at 11 years and up)

Varicella (Chickenpox): 2 doses (Usually given at ages 12 months and 4-6 years)

In addition, the TK/K-12 immunization requirements apply to 7th graders who:

  • previously had a valid personal beliefs exemption filed before 2016 upon entry between TK/Kindergarten and 6th grade
  • are new admissions

Please refer to the flyer below for information on the Tdap immunization requirement.

Tdap Reminder Letter


California Education Code 49423, 48980 requires that parents of students who need medication during school hours must do the following:

  1. Present a written statement from the student's physician detailing the method, amount, and time schedule for taking the medication including self-administered medication. This includes prescribed, over-the-counter, and herbal medication.
  2. Present a written statement from the student's parent/guardian requesting the District to assist the student in taking the prescribed medication including self-administered medication.
  3. Parent must bring the medication in the original container, properly labeled by the pharmacy (students cannot transport medication). Over-the-counter medication must be in the original box/container.
  4. In the case of self-administered auto-injectable epinephrine and inhaled asthma medication: the physician must confirm, in writing, that the pupil is able to self-administer the prescribed medication and the parent/guardian of the pupil must complete a written statement consenting to the self-administration and releasing the school district and school personnel from civil liability if the self-administering pupil suffers an adverse reaction as a result of self-administering medication pursuant to this paragraph.
  5. The written statements and authorizations for exchange of information between the school district and physician must be provided.

Please refer to the forms listed below. MVSD medication forms meet the "written statement" requirements mentioned above.

Medication Authorization (English)

Medication Authorization (Spanish)


California Education Code Section 49452.7, requires schools to provide information regarding type 2 diabetes to parents and guardians of seventh grade students. We at Mountain View School District believe it to be valuable information for all age students. The information below was developed by the California Department of Education (CDE) in collaboration with California Department of Public Health, American Diabetes Association, California School Nurses Organization, and Children's Hospital of Orange County.

Type 2 Diabetes Information Parent Letter - English

Type 2 Diabetes Information Parent Letter - Spanish



washing handsMany times parents ask the question, "Is my child well enough to go to school?" or staff needs to determine if a child is well enough to stay in school. The Mountain View School District will follow the guidelines set by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in deciding which illnesses or conditions require temporary exclusion from school. Updated 3/18/2021.

Illness Exclusion Guidelines - English

Illness Exclusion Guidelines - Spanish

Please review the link above for policies for temporary exclusion of students from school. You are encouraged to call the Health Office with health information that concerns your child any time during the school year.


vision hearing test
Pursuant to California Education Code Sections 49452-49455, students shall have their vision and hearing tested by qualified personnel authorized by the school district. In addition, students at the middle school level shall receive scoliosis screening conducted by qualified personnel that complies with the California Department of Education standards.

All students shall be tested for hearing deficiencies and for visual acuity during the kindergarten year, or upon first entry into a California school, and in grades 2, 5, and 8. The vision appraisal shall include tests for visual acuity, including both distance and near point, as well as color vision; however, color vision shall be appraised once and only for male students after reaching grade 1.

Evaluation of a student may be waived at the parent/guardian's request if the parent/guardian presents a certificate from an authorized health care provider specifying the results of an examination for the specific type of screening being waived. In the event that any deficiencies are found, parents shall receive a written notice including an explanation of the health screening conducted and the results of the screening.


Click on the link below for detailed information regarding community health clinics near the Mountain View School District. The flyer is provided in English and Spanish.

Park Tree Community Medical/Dental flyer (English/Spanish)


Part Tree

San Bernardino Free Clinic flyer (English)

San Bernardino Free Clinic flyer (Spanish)

San Bernardino Free Clinic logo
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center Breathmobile




Covered California
Click on the link below to view family health coverage options provided by Covered California. Flyers are provided in both English and Spanish.

Covered California Health Coverage Options

For more information, visit or call (800) 300-1506.


To make sure your child is ready for school, California law, Education Code Section 49452.8, requires that your child have an oral health assessment (dental check-up) by the end of the school year in either Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten, or First Grade, whichever is his/her first year in public school. Please click the link below to download and print the oral health assessment form.

Oral Health Assessment Form (English/Spanish)



Whooping cough (also know as pertussis) is a bacterial infection that can easily spread causing severe coughing fits and missed days of school. To help protect your children and others form whooping cough, a California law now requires students to be vaccinated against whooping cough.

All incoming 7th grade students will need proof of a whooping cough booster shot before starting school. If your child 10 years of age and older has not been vaccinated against whooping cough, we strongly recommend getting your child vaccinated. Getting Tdap (the tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis shot) now will not only help protect your child against the ongoing threat of whooping cough but will also meet the school entry requirement.

Ask your pediatrician about other shots your child may need including:

  • a meningitis shot
  • the human papillomavirus (HPV) 3-shot series
  • an annual flu vaccine
  • a second chickenpox shot

Remember to bring your child's yellow immunization record or ask for a new one if you don't have it. If your child does not have health insurance or their health plan won't cover the cost of vaccines, call your local health department at (800) 722-4794 and ask about getting free or low-cost vaccines. For more information, visit and