September 30, 2010
c/o Sue O.
XXXX S. Elm St.
Burr Ridge, IL 60527

Re:  School Immunization Request

Dear Dr. S,

In accordance with 77 Illinois Administrative Code 655.510 , we hereby state that as parents, based on our religious
beliefs, we object to the diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, (DPT, DTaP) and Hib vaccinations that are missing from Caroline
Ferguson’s vaccination schedule.  

Our family’s personal religious beliefs prohibit the injection of foreign substances into our bodies. We believe that the
Holy Bible teaches that parents are responsible for the care of their children.  We believe that we cannot willfully go
against the law of God, and fully put our trust in Him for Caroline’s health.

Regarding the vaccines Caroline has received, we are very disappointed to say that we were pressured into giving them
to her.  We were led to believe that she would not be able to attend school without them.  Now that we know the truth, we
do not plan to further vaccinate her.

God has provided Caroline with an immune system and we put our faith in Him to have given her what is necessary to
protect her from harm.  Furthermore, the Bible teaches that we shall keep the blood pure, and keep the seed from being
mixed.  When genetic materials from bacteria, viruses, yeast, animals, birds, and other humans are injected during
vaccination, the blood gets contaminated, and genetic changes occur.  God warned not to do this.  To do so would
violate these teachings of the Bible.  Our objection is based on our deeply-held religious beliefs.

The vaccination of our daughter violates laws put forth within us by a higher power at the time of conception.

Our personal religious beliefs include our obedience to God’s law, and we believe that we are responsible before God
for the life and safety of our daughter, created by God.

No Shots.  No School.  Not True.   (thank you for the title!)

If the government's suggested vaccine schedule isn't for you and you want to delay or
forego vaccines for your school-aged child, you will need to write a letter to their school.  

In our case, we were told to wait until the school sent home a request for the
vaccinations Caroline was missing and at that time to send the below letter.

The school nurse helped us draft it based on the allowed religious exemption and what
she saw to be effective for other parents in the past.

Please Note: The below letter may or may not reflect our actual beliefs, but when your
child has been previously vaccine injured and you're obviously not going to purposefully
damage her further, you write what needs to be written.
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