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The school has the right to demand the immunization forms, and it can refuse to allow the child to attend school without them due to the potential health hazard this could cause.
Also, the school district must have proof that the child resides within the school district in order to be allowed to attend as well.
Thus, the school does have a right to demand these things, and it can prohibit the child from attending if this information isn't presented as requested.
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