Enrolled House Bill (H)
Authored by: Rep. Todd Huston
Co-Authors: Rep. Kreg Battles, Rep. Dale DeVon, Rep. Dan Forestal
Sponsors: Sen. Carlin Yoder, Sen. Dennis Kruse
  • Rep. Todd Huston
    Rep. Todd Huston

    Author

  • Rep. Kreg Battles
    Rep. Kreg Battles

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Dale DeVon
    Rep. Dale DeVon

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Dan Forestal
    Rep. Dan Forestal

    Co-Author

  • Sen. Carlin Yoder
    Sen. Carlin Yoder

    Sponsor

  • Sen. Dennis Kruse
    Sen. Dennis Kruse

    Sponsor

  • Sen. John Broden
    Sen. John Broden

    Co-Sponsor

  • Rep. Todd Huston
    Rep. Todd Huston

    Conferee

  • Rep. Kreg Battles
    Rep. Kreg Battles

    Conferee

  • Sen. Carlin Yoder
    Sen. Carlin Yoder

    Conferee

  • Sen. John Broden
    Sen. John Broden

    Conferee

  • Rep. Dale DeVon
    Rep. Dale DeVon

    Advisor

  • Rep. Thomas Washburne
    Rep. Thomas Washburne

    Advisor

  • Rep. Dan Forestal
    Rep. Dan Forestal

    Advisor

  • Rep. Sue Errington
    Rep. Sue Errington

    Advisor

  • Sen. Dennis Kruse
    Sen. Dennis Kruse

    Advisor

  • Sen. Earline Rogers
    Sen. Earline Rogers

    Advisor

DIGEST

Various education and school matters. Provides that if the parent, guardian, or court appointed special guardian of a child enrolled in a school requests a health care provider to disclose certain mental health information to the child's school, the health care provider shall provide the child's school the information. Prescribes the manner in which the information must be released and requires a principal or school leader to sign a confidentiality agreement concerning the release of the information. Prohibits a superintendent or school leader from excusing or excluding a student who was found to be mentally or physically unfit for school attendance if a physician, psychologist, ... or psychiatrist certifies that the student is fit for school attendance. Provides that the witness fee for an employee of a school district is $100. Provides civil immunity for a school, school employee, or school board for civil damages that are the result of: (1) an injury to a child or family members of a child if the injury is the result of a student's mental health issue that has not been disclosed to the school by the student's parent or guardian; or (2) referrals the school made or services the school offered concerning evaluations or treatment of the student's health.