INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WTHI) - Keeping your child's vaccinations up-to-date is now being enforced by state-regulated health requirements.
Not having your child vaccinated could keep them out of school this year.
School corporations want parents to follow state-regulated health requirements.
A state mandate requires all students to get vaccinated at the beginning of the school year.
Every student must comply with the laws to come to class.
- VACCINATION LIST | Children 0-6 years of age
- VACCINATION LIST | Children 7-18 years of age
Vigo County school leaders say the rules keep students and staff safe and healthier.
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