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Summary:

An agency may disclose personal information to a child or a grandchild of an adopted person and disclosure is limited to medically necessary information pertaining to the adopted person's natural parents. The information, or the process for obtaining the information, shall not include or reveal the identity of the natural parents.

Summary:

If it is in the best interest of a foster child to transfer schools when they transfer homes, the new school shall immediately enroll the foster child, even if the child is unable to produce records normally required for enrollment, such as medical records including proof of immunization history.

Keywords:
child, student, athlete
Summary:

(e)(7) Foster children who transfer to a new school shall be immediately enrolled, even if they have not met the requirements (e.g., provision of academic records, medical records, etc.) for enrollment. The educational liaison for foster children for the new school shall, within two business days of the foster child's request for enrollment, contact the school last attended by the foster child to obtain all academic and other records. The school liaison for the old school shall provide all records to the new school within two business days of receiving the request.

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If a child has epilepsy, a statement from the child's physician containing information specifying the name and purpose of the medication to be administered in the event of a seizure, as well as the prescribed dosage and method of administration etc., shall be provided to the school by the child's guardian. The statement will also include detailed seizure symptoms, including normal frequency and duration of each episode. In cases when emergency antiseizure medication is administered, the school shall retain all records relating to the incident; the school must also notify the parent/guardian, the credentialed school nurse, and the district superintendent that emergency antiseizure medication has been administered.

Summary:

Children in California elementary schools must have their vision evaluated upon first enrollment and at least once every three years afterwards until the child has completed eighth grade. The results of the vision test shall be entered in the student’s health record. However, the vision evaluation may be waived by the student’s parents if they present a certificate from a physician and surgeon, a physician assistant, or an optometrist setting out the determined results of the child's vision.

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The Department of Education shall create a computerized data-matching system using its own and Department of Health Care Services' Medi-Cal databases to automatically enroll eligible children into subsidized meal programs. The Department of Health Care Services must conduct the data match of local school records and return a list to the Department of Education, including only the data fields submitted by the department and an indicator of program eligibility, as required by federal law.

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State hospitals for the developmentally disabled and mentally disordered shall notify parents that their child can be considered for off-site educational programs. Records concerning state hospital patients shall be confidential.

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Any information of a personal nature disclosed by a student 12 years of age or older in the process of receiving counseling from a school counselor is confidential, except to report child abuse/neglect.

Summary:

For a child in a state-funded preschool or infant and toddler program who will be transferring to a local public school, the preschool/program shall provide information including child's health background to parent/guardian. With the permission of the parent or guardian, information will be transferred to the pupil's elementary school.

Summary:

The state medical insurance form shall include, but not be limited to (1) the parents' names, addresses, and social security numbers, (2) the name and address of each parent's place of employment (3) the name or names, addresses, policy number or numbers, and coverage type of the medical insurance policies of the parents, (4) CalWORKS case number, Title IV-E foster care case number or Medi-Cal case numbers of the parents and children covered by the insurance policies.

Keywords:
child, guardianship
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