During the current COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. CDC and Maine Immunization Program are recommending that children continue to receive their routine vaccinations to prevent the spread of vaccine-preventable disease. 


Parents/Guardians are required to submit documentation of immunization or a medical exemption (from a doctor, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant) by the first day of school September 1st, 2021.  Students who do not have this information on file will not be allowed to attend school.

As a reminder, beginning September 1st, 2021, ONLY Medical Exemptions will be allowed per the amended Maine Immunization Law LD 798

If you claim a medical exemption, it must be updated ANNUALLY.    




All forms should be submitted to the main office:

Camden Rockport Middle School ℅ School Nurse

34 Knowlton Street

Camden, Maine


Phone: 207-236-7805 ext 2108   Fax: 207-236-7815


Please email if you have any questions.

Gretchen Kuhn, RN BS NCSN

[email protected]





All students who enroll in the school district are required by Maine law to present a certificate of immunization or evidence of immunization or immunity against poliomyelitis, diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (chicken pox) and meningococcal meningitis.

Non-immunized students shall not be permitted to attend school unless one of the following conditions are met:

  1.  Parents and guardians will provide written assurance that the child will be immunized, followed by proper documentation within ninety (90) days. This option is available only once to each student during their school career; or

  2.  The parents/guardians provide a physician’s written statement each year that immunizations against one or more diseases may be medically inadvisable (as defined by law/regulation); or

  3.  The parents/guardians state in writing each year that immunization is contrary to their sincere religious or philosophical beliefs.

The Superintendent shall exclude from school and school activities any non-immunized student when there is a danger to the health of others as provided by law.

The Superintendent/designee is directed to develop such administrative procedures as are necessary to carry out this policy and comply with statutory requirements.

Legal Reference:
●  20- A MRSA §§ 6352-6359
●  Chapter 126 (ME Dept. of Ed. Rules)

Cross Reference:
●  JLCC - Communicable/Infectious Diseases

●  JRA - Student Educational Records

History: Adopted: 07/10/02; 12/14/05; 1/24/18; 06/11/18

First Read: February 11, 2019 Second Read: March 20, 2019 Adopted: March 20, 2019

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