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JGCB Inoculations (See JGC)                                                                            JGCB

Unless provided otherwise herein, all students enrolling in any district school shall provide the building principal with proof of immunization of certain diseases or furnish documents to satisfy statutory requirements.  Boostre shots mandated by the Secretary of Department of Health and Environment are also required.

Notice of this policy and the applicable state law shall be distributed to parents and guardians of current and prospective district students on or before May 15th of each school year.  The superintendent shall issue notification each August explaining the required inoculations and booster shots.  Parents may delegate in writing their authority to consent to immunizations.  At the beginning of each school year, school boards shall provide information on immunizations applicable to school age children to parents and guardians of students in grades six through twelve.  The information on immunizations shall include:

  1. A list of sources for additional information, and;
  2. Related standards issued by the National Ceners for Disease Control and prevention.

Students who fail to provide the documentation required by law may be excluded from school by the superintendent until statutory requirements are satisfied.  Notice of the exclusion shall be given to the parents/guardians as prescribed by law.  Students who are not immunized against a particular disease(s) may be excluded from any school during an outbreak.

The above requirements are not to serve as barriers to immediate enrollment of students designated as homeless or foster children as required by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and the McKinney-Vento Act as amended by ESSA.  The district shall work with the Department for Children and Families, the school last attended, or other relevant agencies to obtain necessary documentation of inoculations.

Each principal shall forward evidence of compliance with inoculation law to other schools or school districts when requested by the school or by the student's parents/guardians and shall work cooperatively with local, county, and state health agencies to disseminate materials related to the availability of inoculations.



KASB Recommendation-7/96; 9/97; 4/07; 6/08; 12/15
Revised & Approved: February 6, 2017



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