Vaccination deadline delayed, 800 Eri...

Vaccination deadline delayed, 800 Erie students will be allowed in Tuesday

There are 6 comments on the Erie Times News story from May 1, 2012, titled Vaccination deadline delayed, 800 Erie students will be allowed in Tuesday. In it, Erie Times News reports that:

Hundreds of Erie School District students who would have been held out of school starting today have been given an additional two weeks to get required vaccinations.

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Jane Goodall

Clyde, OH

#1 May 1, 2012
parvo outbreak !
erieite

Erie, PA

#4 May 1, 2012
and when that 2 weeks is up, they will extend it again, no guts to enforce anything.

schools almost over, why worry.
hard36

Erie, PA

#6 May 1, 2012
this vaccination extension has similarities to the teacher layoffs the district said was coming, but as soon as the school year started some grant money magically appeared to keep them in place. This district always finds a loophole. I

Since: Jun 11

Erie, PA

#7 May 1, 2012
erieite wrote:
and when that 2 weeks is up, they will extend it again, no guts to enforce anything.
schools almost over, why worry.
You are absolutely right! They should not allow the non-immunized kids in school. As soon as those "parents" have to fins sitters/daycare etc for them, they will get the kids properly immunized!

No guts to enforce policies is a HUGE problem in the ESD! There would be far fewer problems in Erie's public schools if they unilaterally followed the rules they create!
Cannoli

Erie, PA

#8 May 2, 2012
Vaccines Cause Autism wrote:
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Parents are flexing their muscles. This signals the mistrust of vaccines, Pharma, Mainstream medicine and the FDA. All long over due.
They might be flexing their muscles in Canada but here they are just plain lazy. Costs them nothing but their time and they still won't take the kids for vaccinations.
TaxNoMore

Canoga Park, CA

#10 May 2, 2012
the antithesis wrote:
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You are absolutely right! They should not allow the non-immunized kids in school. As soon as those "parents" have to fins sitters/daycare etc for them, they will get the kids properly immunized!
No guts to enforce policies is a HUGE problem in the ESD! There would be far fewer problems in Erie's public schools if they unilaterally followed the rules they create!
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There would be far fewer problems in Erie's public schools.

Dump the union pigs.

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