Section 914 – Article 16, Title I, Article 19
S 914. Immunization of children.
- Each school shall require of every child entering or, after the thirtieth day of June, nineteen hundred eighty, every child attending such school proof of immunization against poliomyelitis, mumps, measles, diphtheria, rubella and varicella in accordance with the provisions of section twenty-one hundred sixty-four of the public health law. If a child entered school prior to the first day of March, nineteen hundred seventy-seven, no school shall be required to obtain proof of such child's having received an immunization against mumps until the first day of July, nineteen hundred eighty-one.
- Each school district shall assist and cooperate with the municipality in the development of a plan required by section six hundred thirteen of the public health law.
- Each school district shall participate in the surveys directed by the state commissioner of health pursuant to section six hundred thirteen of the public health law of the immunization level of the children entering and attending school within such district and which shall be subject to audit by the state commissioner of health. Each school and school district shall provide the state commissioner of health with any records and reports he may require for the purpose of such audit. In no event shall the state commissioner of health disclose student identity.