Prairie Lea ISD

Monday, September 24.           NO SCHOOL TODAY. This is a staff day and a STUDENT HOLIDAY.          HOMECOMING this week: TODAY is "John Cena Monday" (You can't see me - since there is no school on Monday). Tuesday is "Frat Tuesday" (PK-5 is crazy hair day/6-12 is dress as a college frat boy). Wednesday is "Marvel Wednesday" (wear your Marvel super hero T-shirt or costume). Thursday is "Classy Thursday" (out-dress the rest in your fancy clothes!) Friday is "Spirit Friday" (show your pride, bleed black and gold!). There will be a Pep rally at 2:45 pm on Friday. The game is Friday at 7:00 pm.           HS Volleyball Tuesday @ Louise at 5:00 pm.             JH Volleyball Thursday @ Weimar at 5:00 pm.            HS Football Friday at Home vs Bulverde Living Rock at 7:00 pm           The 1st six weeks ends this Friday. Report cards will be sent home Wednesday, October 3.

Student Health Information

Texas state law requires students attending school to be immunized against certain vaccine-preventable diseases. We encourage parents to get their children vaccinated before the end-of-summer vaccination rush and before school starts. Students cannot go to school without the proper documentation for the required vaccines or a valid medical or conscientious exemption.
 
Frequently Asked Questions
 
Requirements for Schools:
Where can my child get the required immunizations?
In addition to receiving the required immunizations at your doctor's office, your child also may receive immunizations, including for the flu, by visiting Seton Hospital's Children’s Care-a-Van.  The state of the art mobile clinic visits Prairie Lea on Tuesdays parking on a pad especially built for it in front of the Prairie Lea Baptist Church. The church provides the space and utilities for the clinic as a community service.  
 
How do I obtain a vaccine exemption for reasons of conscience for my child?
To receive a TDSHS affidavit form for vaccine exemption, click here.
Visit the Texas Department of State Health Services for more information on required immunizations.  Or call the Texas Department of State Health Services, Immunization Branch at (800) 252-9152.