Immunization K.S.A. 72-5209 Provides students who are enrolling for the first time in a Kansas public school with 90 days to present proof of required inoculations. The parent or person acting as parent must sign a written statement that such test or inoculations are in the process of being received and will be completed within 90 days. County health departments must provide appropriate inoculations to children whose families are unable to afford them.
Should be changed to 10 days and County Health Department should charge a reasonable fee
Requires schools to give written notice to local law enforcement agencies to initiate an investigation to determine the identity of the child, if proof of identity is not presented to the school within 30 days.
Should be changed to 2 school days.
Requires student academic records follow the student on request unless the student has failed to return or pay for school property (K.S.A. 72-5386). If a student’s parents or persons acting as parents provide an affidavit that they are unable to return or to pay for school property that is lost or destroyed, the school district must forward the student’s records as requested and not in the school records that the student has complied with the provisions of K.S.A. 72-5386.
Records should be forwarded immediately on request and noted if there was any outstanding debt by the student or parent.
This GOOD attempt by Legislature to control tax spending has caused more problems than good, now every public entity pushes their cap to the top on tax budget every year and it is recommended by their tax auditors.
Rural hospitals are one of the most important business issues we have in Kansas, The aging population in rural Kansas presents challenges to accessibility of primary care and specialized medicine, We need to support them by less regulation, more business flexibility, and support of Direct Primary Care plans, which in turn will determine how much employment we have in the communities around the hospitals, We should not have to increase income, property and sales taxes to help them succeed.
Paid for by Rhiley for Kansas: Steve Abrams Treasurer