State College Area School District finally asks for parent feedback about pandemic policies and practices.
After almost two years of inflicting them.
Letter to parents from SCASD Superintendent Bob O’Donnell:
Dear Parents and Guardians:
As a follow-up to our communication last Friday, we are receiving questions and concerns from some of our families. Because we value your feedback, we’d like to hear your thoughts about our safety mitigations, educational plans, or whatever else you might like to convey related to the pandemic. Gathering this information will help us with our future communications to improve everyone’s understanding of everything we are doing to make our schools as safe as possible.
If you have questions, concerns or feedback, please fill out this form.
Thank you for your time and continued commitment to our district.
Here’s what I wrote in the survey text box:
I think the pandemic ended in May 2020 after the first wave. I think the disease is treatable with cheap, safe medications, and that children, teens and most adults are not at risk of serious illness and death. I think the lockouts, online learning, masking, social distancing, testing, contact tracing, isolation and coerced medical treatment (mRNA injections) policies and practices imposed by school board, administrators, and teachers — at the alleged advice of the unelected, non-public, unaccountable “health” advisory board — have been unscientific, immoral and criminal abuses of the bodies and minds of students.
I continue to practice the difficult task of loving and praying for my enemies.
I also fight, to the best of my human ability, to stop the cruelty of the persecutors, and work to heal the wounds of my loved ones, while asking for — and receiving — help and guidance from God through prayer.