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Access Your Shot Records


Access Your Shot Records

New Mexico law requires all students to be currently immunized or in process before entrance into school. Proof of vaccination or exemption will be required at registration.

Did you know… you can now print your own vaccination records at:

Access this website and enter the information requested; then download the document and/or print! enables individuals, parents, and guardians to access, save and/or print official immunization records. This eliminates the need to carry multiple or aged documents and allows you to access your shot record anytime you need. is mobile friendly and uses two-factor authentication. Please ask your child's immunization provider to be sure to enter your correct contact information in to "NMSIIS" when recording the vaccine. If site does not work for you, it is because they do not have this information. If this happens call the NMSIIS Help Desk at 1-833-882-6454.



Your School Nurse (TBA), and Jaylynn Heffer, Health Assistant, here to welcome you all to a new and unique school year! 

In the Health Office, it is our primary objective to keep students and staff healthy to achieve optimum academic success for each student. Some of the services that we provide include:

  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Acute and Emergency Care
  • Family Engagement
  • Care Coordination
  • Vision, hearing, and health screenings                           
  • Making sure every student is up to date on their vaccinations
  • Providing Health Education
  • Assisting our community in accessing health care.

The Health Office will join with teachers, counselors, and staff in providing holistic services that consider the whole child and their family and/or community in our delivery of care... now in the context of online learning during this time of sheltering at home and being "in school" in new ways! Of course, we cannot provide the usual services like screening and injury triaging and provision of Band-Aids and Nurse Crackers... but we can certainly be in touch with you to continue case management of chronic illnesses, health questions, immunization review, health reports needed for programming (IEPs, etc) and in some way, provide a safe and comforting place to rest when things get hard to handle!!

Please inform the school nurse of any health concern, medical diagnosis (including COVID-19 testing results or symptoms) or medications a student is taking as the school nurse can help identity any impact on education.  As we move to in-person learning any student who is ill or injured is to be seen by the health office, and the nurse or health assistant will coordinate with the parent to determine whether or not the student needs to go home. Students will only be released to a person listed on the emergency card after verification with a picture ID.

Prescription and over the counter medications can be stored in the health office with the proper paperwork.  Medication forms can be printed from the FORMS link on this page or in the link "Current resources & Information.


**Our health office is not a replacement for your usual provider (MD, NP, PA) or emergency services. If this is a medical crisis or emergency please call your provider or 911!** If you believe you may be experiencing symptoms of Covid-19, call the NM Department of Health Hotline at 1-855-600-3453. If you feel you are in emotional or mental health crisis, contact the NM Crisis Line at 1-855-662-7474 (1-855-NMCRISIS).

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