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All students entering the 7th grade must have a documented TDaP

According to the Mississippi Department of Health, TDaP (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis) vaccination provides protection against whooping cough (pertussis), a highly contagious disease that can be severe or fatal, especially in very young children. Infants who are too young to be vaccinated against pertussis must be protected by ensuring that adolescents and adults around them cannot carry the disease.

In order to enter 7th grade, all students must have documentation from a physician verifying that they have received a recent TDaP vaccination (at age seven or later).

Once your child has his/her vaccine or If your child has already received the TDaP, please bring Form 121 to the Harper McCaughan office so that our records may be updated.

Any Questions Email or 228-865-1948.

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