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    Posted August 26, 2014 by
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    New anti-vaccine school to officially open next fall


    A new private school solely for unvaccinated children is set to  officially open next fall in Denver, Colorado. The school, Denver  Technical and Private (DTaP) has been unofficially teaching students for  the last year; although due to the high amount of missed days due to  illness, the school was unable to open officially.


    There are 10 “teachers” committed to full-time positions next year, 7  of them having honed their teaching skills while home schooling their  own children.


    Parents are over the moon with excitement of the  possibility of their children being able to go to school and not have to  worry about them catching diseases from vaccinated children through  “virus shedding”.


    “I can’t believe it’s finally here. We’ve been asking for this for  years – don’t put our children at risk by bringing your healthy,  vaccinated child around” explains Donna Nickels, mother of measles  survivor Joseph, 7.


    “I think another great advantage to a system like this is the shorter  wait times for children to get in compared to other private schools”  explains Sherry Fivepenny, headmaster of the new school. “With so many  of the children having to be hospitalized or even dying due to vaccine  preventable diseases, there are always spaces opening up.”


    The school is fully funded through selling herbal supplements and alternative medicines via the school’s website.


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