Mich. Admin. Code R. 340.1121 - Attendance in school

Current through Vol. 22-05, April 1, 2022

Rule 1.

(1) A pregnant or parenting student has the right to attend any school or program for which the student would otherwise qualify, including the right to remain in a regular school program and the right to participate fully in all school-related activities and programs.
(2) A pregnant or parenting student has the right to attend school in an environment free of discrimination and harassment.
(3) A school district shall treat pregnancy and related medical conditions, services, or treatment and childbirth and recovery as it would treat any other medical condition.
(4) School absences for a students pregnancy-related doctors appointments, medical treatment, or recovery or for childbirth shall be treated as any other medical reason for absence from school.
(5) A pregnant or parenting student who meets the qualifications for homebound and hospitalized services under section 109 of 1979 PA 94, MCL 388.1709, shall have the same access as any student with a medical condition.
(6) School authorities or other school personnel shall not order a pregnant or parenting student against the students will, or coerce the student, to withdraw from a school program.
(7) A pregnant student under the compulsory school age may withdraw from a regular public school or program when her parent or legal guardian submits a signed request for the withdrawal and a certificate by a physician, registered to practice under the laws of this state, that the student is pregnant and that continued attendance in school may adversely affect her health or that of her child.

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Mich. Admin. Code R. 340.1121
1979 AC; 2013 AACS; 2017 MR 5, Eff. 3/21/2017

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