posted on Sep, 2 2010 @ 12:26 PM
Not sure about your state, but here in CO the matter is rather easy to remedy. CO allows for a "personal" exemption, in addition to the standard
medical and religious exemptions. All I had to do, for both my children, is print the form off the net, sign it and hand it to the school.
Fortunately, I've never been met with stern looks, bewilderment, or parenting lectures when submitting these exemptions, which I've done for the
past 9 years now.
In fact, our family doctor is married to my daughters school nurse. They have two children in my daughters school, and on file at the school, are
exemption forms for both of those children. So when the school nurse, who's married to a family practice doctor, elects not to immunize their own
children, the whole exemption concept is much more likely to be cordially received than in other schools or districts.