Criteria for excluding children from schools or child care centers.
For any child excluded under subsection (1), (2), or (3) of this section, schools must use procedures consistent with chapters 180-38
WAC. A school or child care center shall exclude a child if one or more of the following applies:
(1) Parent(s) fail to provide a completed CIS form on or before the child's first day of attendance.
(2) A child attending under conditional status fails to make satisfactory progress toward full immunization.
(3) A child has been admitted under a temporary medical exemption and the particular vaccine for which the exemption was granted is no longer contraindicated and the child fails to make satisfactory progress toward full immunization.
(4) A local health officer excludes a child from school or a child care center under chapter 246-110
WAC during an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease if the child has not been fully immunized against that disease due to:
(a) Conditional status;
(b) Medical exemption;
(c) Religious exemption;
(d) Philosophical exemption; or
(e) Personal exemption.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.210.140
. WSR 09-02-003, § 246-105-080, filed 12/26/08, effective 1/26/09.]