S/O School's authority over medical decisions
This is a spin off of my own post regarding the school nurse. Some seem to believe that the school nurse/school have the authority to override medical decisions made by the parent and their family doctors in regards to children attending school.
I'm interested to find out just how far people believe this authority extends. Should the nurse be able to send a child home because she decides they are too tired to be at school? Should they be able to deny your child's right to access because they have to attend on crutches or in a wheel chair? Or requiring you home school because of a life threatening allergy or asthma? How about forcing a child to be medicated in order to attend?
The overall opinion is that their concern is limiting the schools liability and one could argue that just about any medical condition increases their liability so where does it stop?
Where do you personally draw the line on a school's authority over your parental decisions regarding your children?