My understanding is that NC has a registry for vaccines administered. I don't believe it is accessible to school nurses, only the CDC. One can become "religiously exempt" and have prior vaccines administered. I would not provide any 'vaccine records', only the exemption. They are not legally able to ask you about your religious beliefs. Period.
I would not explain anything. I would reiterate the law only requires a religious exemption. I would not discuss it, as what you explain could create issues.
Wow, it is accessible to schools: http://www.immunizenc.com/AboutNCIB.htm#RegistryG.S.130A-157
- Religious Exemption
If the bona fide religious beliefs of an adult or the parent, guardian or person in loco parentis of a child are contrary to the immunization requirements contained in this Part, the adult or the child shall be exempt from the requirements. Upon submission of a written statement of the bona fide religious beliefs and opposition to the immunization requirements, the person may attend the college, university, school or facility without presenting a certificate of immunization.
(1957, c. 1357, s. 1; 1959, c. 177; 1965, c. 652; 1971, c. 191; 1979, c. 56, s. 1; 1983, c. 891, s. 2; 1985, c. 692, s. 2.)http://www.immunizenc.com/Exemptions.htm