What To Do About School Mask Policy If You Can’t Get an Exemption
Parents are bringing their children back to school and writing me in plentiful numbers. Below are options for those parents who are looking for other recourse.
Things You’ve Done
1.) You’ve been to the school board. They aren’t responsive.
2.) You’ve spoken to administrators. They have no compassion for your case.
3.) You haven’t found a doctor to talk with about mask exemptions. (If at a total loss, the supremely brave AFLDS.org do a great job of this — finding telehealth doctors who know the science behind how harmful masking is and who will then likely be far more able to have an educated conversation with you on the topic of obtaining a face mask exemption).
4.) You thought you had figured out a mask exemption, but were ultimately denied. You appealed the decision, but were still denied. You continued to appeal, and you continue to be denied.
5.) You and the family have talked over home schooling and for whatever reason you believe it is not an option.
6.) You have not found any school in your area that is a better fit and that will not require the unsafe, ineffective, experimental mask on your child.
7.) You have looked at commonerlaw.com and have determined that this documentation and the expertise provided by the community that gathers there is not the right fit for you or your family to try as a way to push back.
If you have done all that and it is time to return to school, or even if you have already returned to school, then the following may be an option for you to send your child to school unmasked.
Again, this may work even if your child has been to school masked for weeks and has now had enough of placing himself
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