I was reading through the requirements for the kids' new schools in VA this morning. I turns out they are required to have a TB skin test within 90 days of registration. Whew, they just had one for their Medical Clearances, I think to my smug self. Because sticking a needle under their skin and injecting some fluid into their arm is not their favorite thing. I also find this amusing, because I've been filling out paperwork for days for this school, and everything has to be ORIGINALS, not copies. But I also have to bring copies. And they want a lot of information, including a lease agreement (original) to make sure we're not trying to sneak into their school. This is slightly different than when I registered the kids for school on the island, which went something like this:
Me: "Hi, we will be moving to Whidbey Island next month, and I'd like to get my kids registered for school. I'm just wondering what paperwork I need to have."
School Secretary: "Oh, yes, you must be the family that bought the house over on Ambey Lane! Well, just drop the kids off when you get here and we'll call it good."
Anyway, I was pulling out the ORIGINAL copies of the TB test report, and wouldn't you know, their TB tests were done 91 days ago. EFF.