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TBE Religious School Immunization Policy

Temple Beth El Religious Education Committee Effective September 4, 2015
Revised September 29, 2015
Revised September 26, 2017


The Temple Beth El Religious Education Committee affirms that, in the case of mandatory immunizations, the Jewish values of pikuach nefesh (saving a life) and refuah bedukah (proven remedies) are our guiding principles. Reform Jewish religious tenets prioritize protecting the health of all individuals, the most medically vulnerable members of the community, and the community as a whole. Therefore, we require immunizations of our students for the following: measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR), and tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (Tdap). In addition, we strongly encourage immunizations for these other contagious diseases: varicella (chicken pox) and hepatitis.

It should be noted that individuals who have been vaccinated for the above diseases cannot transmit them to unvaccinated persons.

PLEASE SEND COPIES OF YOUR CHILD(REN’) IMMUNIZATION RECORD.

Wed, June 29 2022 30 Sivan 5782