The Las Virgenes School District told 90 unvaccinated students at the Mariposa School of Global Education to stay out of class for three weeks starting May 1 due to a chickenpox outbreak at the Agoura Hills school. The students who hadn’t been vaccinated were told to stay home for 21 days to avoid catching and spreading the disease.
Las Virgenes Superintendent Dan Stepenosky said three students were diagnosed with chickenpox, the first case occurring in March.
State law requires that all ...
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