Parents are responsible for the safety and security of their children. Our children do not belong to the government, but are a gift to parents to nurture, guide and teach for a lifetime.

Religious freedom, a founding principle of our nation, places restraint upon the government in terms of the moral and ethical decisions made by individuals and families in accordance to their religious convictions.

One does not have to belong to an organized religion to exercise a religious exemption.

For example, many object to vaccines on the grounds these products were developed using material from aborted fetuses, in addition to other substances that parents feel violates the sanctity of life.

To file a religious exemption, fill out this form for each of your children in school, preschool or daycare. Notarize the form(s) and submit to your school’s superintendent.