Posts from July 2015.

Current law requires that school age children receive vaccines for certain infectious diseases before admission to a public or private school or day care, unless an exemption applies. “Day care” includes child care center, day nursery, nursery school, family day care home or development center.  In certain circumstances, students may be conditionally admitted, after which the school or day care must ...

Summer is here, meaning some of your students will be taking on summer jobs. Although school may not be in session, all minors under 18 years of age (except in limited circumstances) must still have a permit to work. (Educ. Code § 49160, Labor Code § 1299.)

Work permits are issued for employment at a specified address. (Educ. Code §§ 49915, 49163). Permits must note the maximum number of hours a minor may work in a ...

Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird!  It’s a plane! No…it’s an unmanned aerial device!  No longer the stuff of science fiction, we hear nearly every day about new stories in the media involving unmanned aerial devices – aka drones:

  • La Guardia-Bound Jet Has Close Call with Drone (May 29, 2015, NBCNEWYORK.com)
  • Dallas Cowboys using drones to prepare players (May 27, 2015, CBS)
  • Man detained for trying to fly ...

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