Oklahoma Caring Van
Oklahoma Caring Van
The Health Services Department is partnering with the Oklahoma Caring Van to offer all Junior and Senior students the Meningococcal immunization. 

The Caring Van will be at Pryor High School on March 12th to provide the Meningococcal Immunization, free of charge, even if a student doesn’t meet the criteria.

For students under the age of 18: In order for you to receive the immunization, a consent form will need to be filled out and signed by a parent/guardian.The consent form MUST be returned by Monday, March 9th. You may receive a form from your school nurse. 

CDC recommends a MenB vaccine for children 10 years or older if they:
  • Have a rare type of immune disorder called complement component deficiency
  • Are taking a type of medicine called a complement inhibitor (for example, Soliris® or Ultomiris®)
  • Have a damaged spleen or their spleen has been removed
  • Are part of a population identified to be at increased risk because of a serogroup B meningococcal disease outbreak (i.e first year college students)

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Elementary Parents: T-Dap Booster Announcement

In order to assist families in getting this immunization for their student, we are partnering with the Oklahoma Caring Van. The Caring Van will be at Pryor Elementary Schools on MARCH 12TH to provide any 5th grader or 6th grader over the age of eleven, the T-Dap Immunization, free of charge.

The Health Services Department would like to remind parents/legal guardians of all 5th and 6th grade students that Oklahoma law requires all students entering the 7th grade to receive one T-Dap Booster for immunization against tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis.

If your child has received the above immunization please provide an updated copy of their immunization record immediately to the front office of their school. Your child’s record MUST be updated in order for you to complete their online enrollment, in the Spring. 

If your child’s immunization record is still non-compliant, in August, then your child’s schedule will NOT be released on the schedule pick up day. If the record is still non-compliant, on the first day of school, then your child will be sent home until an updated record is received.

In order for your child to receive the T-Dap Immunization, a consent form will need to be filled out and signed by a parent/guardian. The consent form MUST be returned by MARCH 9TH. You may receive a form from your child's school nurse.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s immunization status, please contact the nurse at your child’s school.

Too sick for school?
Contact Information for Nurses:

Kacey Armontrout 

Jenny Line 
Roosevelt & Jefferson 

Tiffany Tolbert 
Junior High & LECC

Kodi Pianalto
High School