West Ada County School Officials violate Idaho Statute. Discriminate against a family. Deny kinder enrollment. Sara's son was denied enrollment today, August 23, 2017, by school officials in a West Ada County school on his very first day of kindergarten.
The school officials violated Idaho Statute 39-4802 by refusing to accept the parent's written statement of objection to immunizations on religious grounds.
Idaho Statute reads as follows: (1) Any minor child whose parent or guardian has submitted to school officials a certificate signed by a physician licensed by the state board of medicine stating that the physical condition of the child is such that all or any of the required immunizations would endanger the life or health of the child shall be exempt from the provisions of this chapter. (2) Any minor child whose parent or guardian has submitted a signed statement to school officials stating their objections on religious or other grounds shall be exempt from the provisions of this chapter.
Regardless of the principal's personal opinion on vaccinations, schools MUST adhere to the State statute. Instead of giving families a form to write the exemption statement, per the law, IDHW forces parents to sign an incriminating form with verbiage that is totally inappropriate and violates the right to medical privacy. It is not required by law and parents don't want to use it. By law, they don't have to.
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