Wisconsin Immunization Law

The Wisconsin Immunization Law requires that all students through grade 12 meet a minimum number of required immunizations prior to school attendance. These requirements can be waived only for health, religious or personal conviction reasons. Please provide a copy of your child’s immunization record to the school office at the start of the school year.

Board Policy 453.2 Immunization of Students

Wisconsin School Immunization Requirements

School and Daycare Requirements
Student Immunization Law Booklet


Student Immunization Record / Waiver Form (To be completed by Parent)


Making the Vaccine Decision: Addressing Common Concerns
Common Questions About Vaccines

Need help finding your child’s immunization history?

The Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR) is a computerized internet database application that was developed to record and track immunization dates of Wisconsin children and adults. Immunization registries are an integral tool for assuring that children and adults receive immunizations according to recommended schedules, and can prevent over-immunizing.

Families and individuals can use this screen to view and print their immunizations. First Name, Last Name, and Birth Date are required. Available in English, Spanish and Hmong.

For more information, please contact your local health department

City Of Appleton residents
(920) 822-6429

Outagamie County residents
(920) 832-5100

Winnebago County residents
(920) 232-3000

Calumet County residents
(920) 989-2700