Learn the details about the information to share with your community, your fellow board members, and your district personnel.

Communicating with your community is a large part of your job. Do not let anyone tell you to forward community comments, suggestions, or complaints to your district administrative staff.  Most community members will reach out because they have already tried to be heard by the district staff and did not receive a resolution. 

A. Student Health Issues

Help your Students know their Rights and know the facts.

Watch the Video Informing You how to Stand Up for Your Rights
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Masking - Evidence Grows that the Practice is Harmful
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Download an Affidavit for Notice of Discrimination
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Download the Master Affidavit Template to help Protect Your Rights
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Download the Sample Affidavit to help Protect Your Rights
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Obtain Covid Information from the Mom Watch Report
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Watch the Video on Evidence vs Assertions on Masking Children
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Watch the video on how Masks Change the Way Kids Interact
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This website has Uncensored Reports on Covid - the Disease and the Hysteria
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Helen Joyce | Trans: When Ideology Meets Reality
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B. Open Campuses

Some parents, community members and police are calling for cameras in the classroom: https://www.lawofficer.com/ohio-mayor-craig-shubert-threatens-school-board-arrest-curriculum-child-pornography/Unless the school has a personal policy against having cameras on campus, legally it is acceptable to install them. School officials can also confirm with the school's lawyer.  Although many people cite privacy issues when it comes to security camera installation, it is not technically illegal to do so in the classroom.  If classroom cameras are rejected by your district, you can suggest that live streamed and recorded audio recordings can be completed.  

Administrators Lied about Building Capacity.  It took a walk-thru to find the truth - by Dr. Kelly Kohls
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C. Universal Preschool and all day Kindergarten

Does universal preschool or all-day Kindergarten make fiscal or academic sense?

The answer to this question can be found in the research and expert findings listed below.  Universal preschool and all-day kindergarten have been found to be ineffective and a waste of money when some find that children are better off in unstructured environments or at home.

 

See the links below plus these articles on the failure of Head Start:

https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2010/02/03/kevin-macdonald-the-failure-of-head-start-%E2%80%94-another-blow-for-iq-realism/

https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/08/is-head-start-a-failure/494942/

Visit the Heartland Institute website for Research Information
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The CATO Institute Discusses the Waste of Money by the Head Start Program
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The Ashbrook Center of Ashland University Looks at the Failures of Head Start
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D. Teacher Tenure

Should school teachers ever be given a guaranteed job for life?  This is also known as a “continuing contract” or teacher “tenure”. 

Review this Document to Learn more about Teacher Tenure
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E. Masks, Quarantines and Vaccinations

The preponderance of evidence does not support masking adults or children. Below are some resources of expert testimonies and research proving that masks are not only unnecessary to stop the spread of a virus but that they are indeed dangerous.

Were ESSR Funds Used to Bribe Schools to Force Mask Wearing?
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Did Districts Ignore a Person's Rights for Money?
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F. State Laws that put Students First

Below are a couple of resources to use when working to put Students First!  

Wisconsin Passed Act 10 Enacted March 11, 2011
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Watch the NSBLC Webinar about keeping Students Safe
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G. Brief History of the U.S. Dept. of Ed

The Federal Government has been involved in public education since 1787, when the Northwest Ordinance gave land so that education institutions could be created. As the nation grew, so did the amount of money given to fund education.

The document below is a brief historic overview.

Review the document for a Brief History of the U.S. Dept. of Ed.
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H. Student Safety

Below are a couple of resources to use when working to put Students First!  

Review the Investigative Report on Student/School Safety (Redacted)
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Review the School Safety Report to a BOE (Redacted)
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