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Directions for how to access your student’s Washington State Immunization Record
Sign up for MyIR to View, Download, and Print Your Family’s Immunization Information
- MyIR allows you to manage your family’s immunization records securely online.
- Once you register, you can access the records anytime you need them.
- You can also print your child’s Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS) for school and child care entry. *****MAKE SURE TO SIGN THE FORM*****
You can do all of this without an extra trip to your healthcare provider! You can print this form and mail or hand deliver to your school. Please do this as soon as possible so your health room can review immunization status as your student may or may not be up to date.
Step 1: Go to https://wa.myir.net/register to begin the sign-up process. If you choose the Auto Match option and the system finds an exact match, MyIR will send you a verification code by either text or phone call.
Washington State Immunization Information System
MyIR and send you a temporary PIN and instructions on what to do next. When you’re done, you’ll have immediate access to your family’s immunization records to view, download, or print as often as you need. If you have any questions, please contact t 360-236-3595 or 1-866-397-0337 or by e-mail at WAIISRecords@doh.wa.gov.
Head lice are small, crawling, wingless insects about the size of a sesame seed that lay tiny, tear drop shaped eggs or nits in the hair. Head lice are not a source of infection or disease; they are simply a nuisance. Anyone can get head lice, and it is not related to personal hygiene or cleanliness in the home or school. They do not jump, hop or fly but are transmitted by direct prolonged head to head contact. The symptoms of head lice include a tickling feeling of something moving in the hair, itching, or sores on the head/neck area caused by scratching. Treatment includes over the counter products, using a lice comb and/or by contacting your health care provider for appropriate treatment options.