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Many large districts are still awaiting details from their state health departments on how to carry out vaccine clinics. Others like California, Ohio and Massachusetts, are focusing first on other elements of flu planning, like when to close schools.
# Make connections with education partners at state level
# Make connections with education partners, including school districts, at local level; create a list of schools/school districts willing to participate in school-located clinics
# Develop plans for staffing school-located clinics, including identification of sources of volunteers and development of MOAs with relevant organizations
# Develop informational materials for parents
# Work with local legal advisors to design consent forms
# Develop plans to distribute and maximize return of consent forms where applicable (i.e., if school clinics during school hours and without parents present are planned)
# Ensure VIS is provided to parents for each vaccination dose
# Develop plan to inform and obtain support of principals, teachers and parent organizations
# Develop plan for informing and obtaining support from physicians in the community about school-located vaccination
Originally posted by gaborn415
I've already told my son he has my permission to run out of school and come home as soon as they say he has to get a vaccine and I will back him 100%.
Originally posted by mikerussellus
reply to post by gaborn415
Forced "anything" will just lead to trouble.
There will be coersion, you will be "nudged" to get the vaccine.
My wife (an RN ) has already TOLD me that our 6 year-old will be home-schooled if it comes to that.
-we've been married a long time, I'm used to orders-