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flu-shot-childCalifornia law now requires all students entering junior high as seventh graders must be vaccinated. Families will no longer be allowed to submit a personal or religious belief exemption.

Registration for the Hart School District begins next week. Enrolling students who cannot prove they have met immunization requirements will not be allowed to register as seventh graders in the Hart School District.

If your student has received the appropriate vaccinations and you would like to avoid any possible confusion on registration day, you can submit your up-to-date records in advance. Take a picture of the front and back of the records form and email those pictures to the Hart School District Supervisor of Health Services, Christine Amstutz, at camstutz@hartdistrict.org. Or if you prefer, you can take the record to your junior high school to have health services approve the record ahead of registration day.

For a list of required vaccinations and resources, go to www.HartDistrict.org, then under “Departments,” click “Health Services.”

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  2. Abigail says:

    Wrong ! ! ! What an ISIS move – forced into one groups belief or kicked out. For a nation that says it cares about children this is going to hurt more than ever and it will financially hurt many schools. IF they were so darn great a vaccinated person should not be harmed by someone who is not vaccinated. No more right to make a decision for your own body. This is speaking from first hand experience – I suffered from the bad effects of a vaccination. Don’t judge till you walk in those shoes (oh that is right, I could NOT walk!) or see your child suffer from it, or DIE. How is one person more important than another? Wait till it is your child that has the reaction and let’s see where you stand then. Over a hospital bed or grave, but at least it was your choice. Shame on the fear mongering majority. Don’t bother with the hate replies to me – not reading them.

  3. Cynthia says:

    There are always two sides to a story. We have all been informed of the pro-vaccination side. It’s best to see the other side’s argument before making decisions about your children. Here are a couple of links (hopefully are helpful)

    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/09/27/vaccines-are-dangerous-says-the-government.aspx

    http://www.naturalnews.com/025595_vaccinations_vaccines.html

  4. Cali Kid says:

    The Govt is “forcing” kids to get a shot to try and protect them as well other children from catching a disease or illness. What they dont tell you is they are injecting you with the very same thing they are trying to protect you from. The shot is suppose to help keep you immune from the disease. But what about that child who already has a medical condition like RA where your immune system is already weak? So now the Govt is forcing your child to get a shot that can cause serious harm and even death? This is typical California State Govt control and complete BS.
    Every single teacher, custodian, yard helper or maintenance person or anyone else who steps foot on campus for that matter should be required to get the same shot. Glad my child no longer attends school here. Good luck people.

  5. Jose Miranda Jose Miranda says:

    The kid os like “fuc yes more!”

  6. david says:

    http://www.gormanlc.org

    Accepting new enrollments for students in the SCV.

    Personalized Learning. Parental control. No cost.

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