Dating age difference rules ohio
A) Each child attending the licensed child care center, including those children who are attending kindergarten at the center, shall secure and have on file verification of a medical examination.Children who attend a grade of kindergarten and above in an elementary school are exempt from this requirement.(5) A child whose physician certifies in writing that such immunization against any disease is medically contraindicated is not required to be immunized against that disease.
(1) Except as provided in division (A)(2) of this section, the board of education of each city, exempted village, or local school district may make and enforce such rules to secure the immunization of, and to prevent the spread of communicable diseases among the pupils attending or eligible to attend the schools of the district, as in its opinion the safety and interest of the public require.A pupil who presents a written statement of the pupil's parent or guardian in which the parent or guardian declines to have the pupil immunized for reasons of conscience, including religious convictions, is not required to be immunized. Many vaccination and exemption information links are date specific.If the links below have expired, click on the state's department of health, or immunization program link provided below, as they are likely to provide links to updated information.The board of education or governing body of each school subject to this section shall adopt a policy that prescribes methods whereby the academic standing of a pupil who is denied admission during a chicken pox epidemic may be preserved.
(D) Boards of health, legislative authorities of municipal corporations, and boards of township trustees on application of the board of education of the district or proper authority of any school affected by this section, shall provide at the public expense, without delay, the means of immunization against mumps, poliomyelitis, rubeola, rubella, diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, and hepatitis B to pupils who are not so provided by their parents or guardians.(1) A medical statement shall verify the date of a medical examination within the past twelve months.This statement shall be on file at the center within thirty days of the child’s date of admission and every thirteen months thereafter.(3) "Parent" means either parent, except that if one parent has sole custody, "parent" means the parent with custody.