Continuous learning classes for Tulsa Public Schools started Wednesday.
And the regular school year starts August 20.
So, now is the time to get your children immunized.
The Tulsa Health Department is busy making sure everyone gets vaccinated ahead of school.
Depending on age, there is a long list of shot- to make sure your child's protected.
And many of those vaccines are required.
Becky Grubb with the Tulsa Co. Health Department says, "Mostly for school, we're looking at diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, polio, measles, mumps. rubella, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, chicken pox."
The Health Department is open five days a week.