Unmask our kids campaign - update.
SCASD provided us (parents) with insurance policy documents.
State College Area School District Finance & Operations Officer/Right to Know Officer Randy Brown, responded to my February 14 Right to Know Request on Friday, February 18.
Brown provided six insurance policy contracts currently in force:
Public Official Bond covering SCASD Treasurer, Travelers Insurance Co. - 2 pages
ACORD (Commercial Insurance Application) forms 125, 126 & 128, CM Regent Insurance Co. - 11 pages
ACORD (Commercial Insurance Application) form 127, CM Regent Insurance Co. - 3 pages
PA School Boards Association Memorandum of Coverage Re SCASD policies, CM Regent Insurance Co. - 11 pages
SCASD Insurance Policy, CM Regent Insurance Co. - 336 pages.
SCASD School Leaders Legal Liability Policy, CM Regent Insurance Co. - 11 pages.
I stayed off the Internet over the weekend, so I downloaded and began reviewing them this morning, and forwarded them to the 15 families interested in pursuing the surety bond approach to getting SCASD’s board and administrators to unmask our kids. If readers are interested in reviewing the documents, please email me at email@example.com and I’ll forward them to you.
Prior coverage of this parent campaign:
I also saw SCASD Superintendent Bob O’Donnell’s email (Friday, February 18) about the district heading toward masks optional as of March 28, including the letter outlining the plans in a little more detail.
And I heard about a pro-masking petition being circulated online by other SCASD parents. The social division, fear and hatred fostered in every human community in the world, including ours, though the “mitigation” policies and practices promoted by alleged government public health experts, is a massive tragedy, and a crime against humanity.
I’ll be reading through the SCASD policy documents this morning looking for the provisions relating to criminal conduct by board members, procedures for filing claims, and maximum dollar amounts per claim. Along with the citations to federal and state criminal and civil rights laws, those are the key pieces of information we need to fill in the Notice of Intent to File Claim forms.
The main crimes the administrators and board are committing are child abuse, practicing medicine without a license, and improper dumping of allegedly toxic materials (used masks).
The adminstrators and board, with the ongoing mask mandates, are also depriving individuals of Constitutional civil rights, engaging in conspiracy to interfere with civil rights and breaching fiduciary duties to students, teachers, staff and parents.
Despite O’Donnell’s announcement, I plan to pursue the surety bond approach.
Two years of medicalized, government-enforced criminal child abuse by SCASD school administrators and board members is two years too many.
They should not continue the criminal abuse another six weeks.
They should not continue the criminal abuse another hour, or another minute.
I’ve proposed to the other parents that we get the information we need collected up from the policy documents, finish drafting the notice forms and cover letters, print/copy/sign them and assemble them into packages for O’Donnell and each board members, and then have a contingent of parents go to the Panorama administration building and submit the packages this Wednesday, February 23.
Our demand would be that the SCASD administration change the policy to masks- optional, effective 8 a.m. Monday, February 28, or we will file the Notices of Claims with the insurance company starting at 9 a.m. on Monday, February 28.
I’m recommending against doing a group presentation of Notice of Claim forms at a SCASD board meeting, and instead proposing that we calmly give SCASD administrators and board members constructive legal notice, a clear demand for compliance with law, with a clear deadline for compliance, during regular business hours at the district’s main business office.
The parent group will discuss this proposal further and make a decision about how to proceed in the next day or so.
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