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WA State High School Says Getting COVID Vaccine Will Count Toward Community Service Requirements

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By Beth Baumann

A Seattle-area high school is encouraging students to get the COVID-19 vaccine. In return for getting the jab, roughly half of the student’s community service requirements for graduation will be satisfied.

According to KTTH-TV, Chimacum Junior/Senior High School (CJSHS), located in Port Townsend, sent a letter to students last week with ideas for how they can complete the 55 hours of community service that is required in order to receive a diploma.

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