Time & Location
Dec 14, 2021, 1:00 PM
LAUSD SCHOOL BOARD, 333 S Beaudry Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017, USA
About the event
Did you know the LA ARCHDIOCESE follows the LAUSD Public Health policies? LAUSD is the second largest school district in the United States right behind New York Unified. What happens here in California affects not only Californian's, but the entire country!
The time is now to put the pressure on the LAUSD School Board! Choice starts here!
THERE ARE THREE WAYS TO SUPPORT:
#1 ATTEND an upcoming rally along side PERK, Childrens Health Defense and Attorney, Nicole Pearson from FactsLawTruthJustice who's been working tirelessly for our children to suspend the v a c c i n e requirements.
#2 If you're unable to attend the rally, EMAIL the LAUSD School Board by Monday, December 13th to let them know you do not agree with the mandates. *CHD-CA SAMPLE COMMENT BELOW
#3 CALL before 5 pm on Monday, December 13, for Board members to receive your message:
- Call your board representatives at (213) 443- 4472.
- Please also leave a message with the Interim Board Secretariat at (213) 241-7002
When: Tuesday, December 14 @ 1PM until it's over.
Where: LAUSD School Board, 333 S. Beaudry Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90017
* CHD-CA SAMPLE COMMENT:
“Dear LAUSD Board Members, Superintendent, and Assistant Superintendents:
Do not transfer children to educationally inferior, remote learning instruction for failing to comply with an illegal Covid-19 vaccine mandate. In California, by law, independent study must be voluntary. Transferring 34,000 students to an overwhelmed, already failing independent study system only harms our students and does not make LAUSD campuses safer. Forced online learning is not equivalent to in-person schooling and deprives students of other on-campus services and activities crucial to students, both academically and socially.
Please also reconsider your decision to continue imposing this ill-conceived mandate which prevents students from participating in extracurricular activities with the same children they spend their entire school day with, simply based on their Covid-19 vaccine status. If these students are tested weekly, it makes no sense to prevent students who test negative from participating in extracurricular activities, activities which enrich their educational lives and may significantly impact their future. All students have the right to make their own health choices. Change the mandate to a recommendation.”