JHCCA - Students - HIV, HBV, and AIDS **

Adopted: 8/13/97
Re-adopted: 9/25/13; 11/16/22
Orig. Code: JHCCA

The district will adhere strictly in policies and procedures to the Oregon Revised Statutes and the Oregon Administrative Rules as they relate to a student infected with HIV or HBV or diagnosed with AIDS[1].

The district recognizes a parent (student) has no obligation to inform the district of an HIV, HBV or AIDS condition, and that the student has a right to attend school. If the district is informed of such a student, written guidelines shall be requested of the parent (student). These guidelines shall include who may have the information, who will give the information, how the information will be given and where and when the information will be given.

When informed of the infection, and with written permission from the parent (student), the district will develop procedures for formulating an evaluation team. The team shall address the nature, duration and severity of risk as well as any modification of activities. The team shall continue to monitor the student’s condition. The district will make reasonable accommodations to allow students living with HIV infection to participate in school-sponsored physical activities.

Notification of alternative education programs shall be made to the parent or eligible student, if an HIV, HBV or AIDS student withdraws from school.


1 HIV - Human Immunodeficiency Virus; HBV - Hepatitis B Virus; AIDS - Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

Legal Reference(s)

ORS 326.565
ORS 326.575
ORS 332.061
ORS 336.187                                                                                                                                                    ORS 336.615 to -336.665
ORS 339.030
ORS 339.250
ORS 433.008
ORS 433.045
OAR 333-018-0000
OAR 333-018-0005
OAR 581-022-2060
OAR 581-022-2220

Oregon School Health Services Manual: Communicable Diseases Appendix IV.
Guidelines for Schools with Children Who have Bloodborne Pathogens, Oregon Department of Education 2012.

HIV - Human Immunodeficiency Virus
HBV - Hepatitis B Virus