Article 4. Physical Examinations - California Education Code Section 49452

49452.  The governing board of any school district shall, subject to
Section 49451, provide for the testing of the sight and hearing of
each pupil enrolled in the schools of the district. The test shall be
adequate in nature and shall be given only by duly qualified
supervisors of health employed by the district; or by certificated
employees of the district or of the county superintendent of schools
who possess the qualifications prescribed by the Commission for
Teacher Preparation and Licensing; or by contract with an agency duly
authorized to perform those services by the county superintendent of
schools of the county in which the district is located, under
guidelines established by the State Board of Education; or accredited
schools or colleges of optometry, osteopathic medicine, or medicine.
The records of the tests shall serve as evidence of the need of the
pupils for the educational facilities provided physically handicapped
individuals. The equipment necessary to conduct the tests may be
purchased or rented by governing boards of school districts. The
state, any agency, or political subdivision thereof may sell or rent
any such equipment owned by it to the governing board of any school
district upon terms as may be mutually agreeable.

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