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Health Services

The goal of the Health Services Department at Broken Arrow Public Schools is to ensure schoolwide well-being and academic success of Broken Arrow students by promoting health and safety, intervening when students or staff experience health related issues, providing case management services, and facilitating positive student responses to normal growth and development.

Immunization Requirements 

The State of Oklahoma requires all students entering into kindergarten to have the following immunizations:

• 5 – DTP/DTaP
• 4 – Polio
• 2 – MMR
• 2 - Hepatitis A
• 3 – Hepatitis B
• 1 – Varicella (Chicken Pox)

The State of Oklahoma also requires that all students entering seventh grade receive one Tdap booster for immunization against tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis. Parents/guardians are encouraged to contact their child’s healthcare provider to arrange for this immunization. Please do not confuse the mandated Tdap booster with other required childhood vaccinations. 

Students entering the seventh grade will need to provide their school with a copy of their immunization record showing completion of the Tdap booster any time prior to schedule pick up. Students will not be allowed to pick up their schedules unless the school has a copy on file.

For more information about the Tdap requirement, please click here

Please click here for more information about immunization requirements in Oklahoma.

BAPS Health Forms 

If your child takes medication at school, please review, print and complete the following forms. These will need to be given to the health office at your child's school site.

Physician Request Form for Administration of Medication During School

Parent Request Form for Administration of Medication During School

Inhaled Medication Administration Form

Permission for Student to Carry and Self-Administer Non-Inhaled Medication

Resume Activities Form

If you have questions, please contact your child's health office at his or her school site.