Fullerton School District Board of Trustees agrees to agendize alignment of PBE filing deadline with SB 277 implementation date.


FSD parents continue to fight SB277

Thank you to all who attended last night’s meeting.

ca Thank you to Chris Thompson who clearly intended to respect the opinions of the audience and their right to voice them.

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FSD board president Chris Thompson

At their next meeting, the Fullerton School Board, under a motion at the direction of outgoing board president Chris Thompson, will vote on an item that will involve district legal counsel preparing a request to send  a request to the State of California to investigate the possibility of having date alignment of the 12-31-15 PBE filing deadline with the July 1, 2016 SB 277 implementation date. If approved by the board and subsequently by the State, it would mean that parents will have until July 1, 2016 to file their personal beliefs exemption rather than 12-31-15. This at the very least will give parents more time to educate themselves, investigate the issue and become compliant if they choose to exercise their rights before it is too late.

In spite of what Trustee Janny Catlin Meyer (wife of ex Fullerton city manager Chris Meyer) stated that she doesn’t want to see the Fullerton School District become the breeding ground for some sort of movement against this horrible law, the board will take what I believe to be the first step in advancing a common sense approach to dealing with this tyrannical edict. Janny, lay off the clorox will ya?

Here is some of the footage of the meeting in which legal counsel and parents can both agree we are in uncharted territory with a poorly written, toothless law that I believe should have never been passed in the first place.

 

 

 

SB 277 was signed into law back in the summer. The school district failed to notify parents only until they were forced to weeks before the filing date deadline of the impacts of SB 277 and to this date has still failed to advise parents that the school nurse can sign a PBE. How many PTA bake sales, fundraisers of fluff ads have come home with your child since August? Not a peep on the end of your parental rights as they relate to your children.s health under SB 277.

What is needed is more time for parents to understand their rights, exercise their rights and investigate fully what their options really are. The vaccination debate is far from over. Special thanks to Chris Thompson who ran the meeting fairly and who wasn’t afraid to state his favorable personal position on this very serious issue.

The next FSD board meeting will be scheduled for January 2016.

 

 

  1. #1 by Mom on December 9, 2015 - 10:19 am

    Nice of Mr. Thompson to do that.
    Now, will he address an equally human rights denying issue — the irradiation of FSD children for hours each school day, day in and day out?

    Sorry, no pass on the irradiation of FSD children, Mr. Thompson.

  2. #2 by Fullerton Lover on December 9, 2015 - 10:25 am

    I applaud the manner in which Chris Thompson allowed these parents to openly voice their concerns without prejudice.
    I appreciate that Chris treated them ALL with the respect that we should EXPECT from our public officials.

    Our City Council members, Jan Flory, Doug Chaffee, and Mayor Jennifer Fitzgerald would do well to follow Chris’s example, instead of treating those citizens that disagree with their positions with the thinly veiled contempt that I witness repeatedly when watching the City Council meetings.

  3. #3 by Anonymous on December 9, 2015 - 12:33 pm

    Nice job to all of you.

  4. #4 by Cely on December 9, 2015 - 12:55 pm

    Thank you so much for your efforts and your reporting. Thank you for never giving up. Thank you to all the moms everywhere in this fight to protect our children.

  5. #5 by Fullerton Lover on December 9, 2015 - 1:44 pm

    Anybody who has any doubt about Fullerton School District Trustee, Janny Meyer, needs to look no further than the $1,250 contribution that her husband, former City Manager, Chris Meyer gave to Jan Flory before the November 2012 election…

    (page 5 of 22)

    http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/462756/Page1.aspx

    I’m thinking that they can afford to throw money around to influence elections, as her husband Chris retired at $15,000 per month!

    • #6 by Fullerton Lover on December 9, 2015 - 5:23 pm

      Here’s the state of California website showing current retirement income of over $15,000 a month for former Fullerton City Manager Chris Meyer who IMHO allowed the public safety unions to run City Hall.

      Chris is married to Fullerton School District Trustee, Janny Meyer.

      http://transparentcalifornia.com/pensions/2014/calpers/christopher-g-meyer/

    • #7 by Fullerton Lover on December 13, 2015 - 10:28 am

      In fact, while your trying to figure out how our former city Manager is compensated at over $500 per DAY!

      Consider starting with City Councilwoman Jan Flory’s first foray into politics, which ironically enough, was as a beneficiary of the 1994 recall election, that was to replace these three city councilman whom the Fullerton voters had recalled earlier

      1)Allen “Buck”, or A.B. Catlin
      Father of FSD Trustee Janny Catlin Meyer who is married to Fullerton’s retired city manager ; )(@$500 per day) Chris Meyer.

      2)Molly McClanahan political advocate for Teachers and NOCCC Trustee.

      3) retired Fullerton Police Chief, and candidate sponsored by the police and fire unions, Don Bankhead.

      This special election was to replace these three city council people who were recalled earlier in the year by Fullerton voters.

      Note the financial support that Jan Flory’s campaign seems to garner with local Teachers and Professors, and even Attorneys.

      I also think it’s particularly important to note on the link that I provided from the city of Fullerton’s website,..

      http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/206812/Page1.aspx

      is that on page 6 of 17, supposedly non-partisan Fullerton Observer founder, Natalie Kennedy, donated to Jan Flory’s campaign for City Council,

      …and that Fullerton Observer’s political commentator on local elections, and regular columnist, J. “Vince” Buck also donated to Jan Flory’s first campaign for City Council in 1994.

      http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/206812/Page1.aspx

      Yet somehow the Fullerton Observer still maintains that they are non-partisan, and completely un bias and objective in their coverage of Fullerton?

      I know the Fullerton Observer is free, however I’m not even close to buying that it’s non-partisan, or even objective in their coverage of local politics

      • #8 by Telling It Like It Is on December 13, 2015 - 2:58 pm

        Has society become so amoral that we collectively no longer hold our elected representatives, our public servants and our media including our newspapers to any real standards. When it becomes clear that you can not trust most of what comes out of the mouths or from the written word of these so-called stalwarts of our society and no one is held to account, we have a major problem that will not easily or quickly be solved.
        Garbage in…garbage out. As a society we reap what we sow and it is not pretty.

        • #9 by lawlessness on December 14, 2015 - 7:29 am

          When you hold them accountable, in public and on the public record, it doesn’t matter because they ignore it. This is the case even when they are breaking the law.

          Is the only remedy filing a lawsuit or mustering enough people together to demand our rights and upholding the law?

          The Fullerton Observer is the worst. It is against the kids: mandatory vaccines & mandatory exposure to wireless radiation all day at school.

  6. #10 by Tim on December 9, 2015 - 4:32 pm

    I was under the impression based on reading an article a few months back that the Fullerton School Board was not going to comply with at all SB277 because it was unconstitutional to force people to take injections. It appears whoever puffed their chest out to the communists in Sacramento have caved in to pressure.

  7. #11 by Barry Levinson on December 9, 2015 - 4:47 pm

    Great job by all those who spoke against SB277 and the many very valid reasons why this law is so, so bad. Big brother has so much power and control over us like never before. In too many ways the idea that we are a free people is being dismantled one bad overreaching law at a time. In the U.S. we used to have some semblance of control of our local schools as well as the way we get our medical care. In the last few years, Big Brother has gone after our individual freedoms in those areas big time. The so-called silent majority has begun to wake up and going forward we will not be silent anymore.

  8. #12 by Joan Edelstein on December 10, 2015 - 12:47 am

    The California School Boards Association (CSBA) provides guidance to school board members on new legislation. Here is the Fact Sheet from CSBA on SB277 that went to all school board members across the state in August: http://aec.csba.org/~/media/CSBA/Files/GovernanceResources/GovernanceBriefs/201508_FactSheet_Vaccines-SB277.ashx

  9. #13 by anon on December 10, 2015 - 8:56 am

    I saw the link provided by Joan that gives the fact sheet on SB 277 given out to school board members across California. I’m concerned because our group had been assured that transfer to a new district was NOT a vaccine checkpoint, yet this fact sheet says it is. We were told very clearly that a PBE would be transferable anywhere in California. Here is the link again that Joan provided: http://aec.csba.org/~/media/CSBA/Files/GovernanceResources/GovernanceBriefs/201508_FactSheet_Vaccines-SB277.ashx

  10. #14 by Andrew Goldenkranz on December 10, 2015 - 9:59 am

    The law goes into effect on January 1. The July 1 idea is imaginary.

    • #15 by Fullerton Lover on December 10, 2015 - 12:11 pm

      An eighth grader who has a personal belief exemption
      on file before January 1, 2016, may remain in a school
      in the same district without being vaccinated for the
      remainder of schooling.

      The link below is the state of California form for filing a PBE if you’d like to file it before this Jan. 1, 2016 deadline

      http://eziz.org/assets/docs/CDPH-8262.pdf

  11. #16 by Summer on December 12, 2015 - 2:32 pm

    Please share http://www.vaccine-exemptions.com

    Can you really delay the deadline?

    • #17 by Anonymous on December 12, 2015 - 6:21 pm

      I guess we will soon find out. All we can do is try. Nice job Fullerton.

  12. #18 by DrMommy on December 13, 2015 - 10:33 am

    I am very concerned that the fact sheet lists changing districts as a checkpoint. I distinctly remembering reading that the exemption was supposed to be supported across the state. I applaud Fullerton for doing what LAUSD should be doing. I’m too busy fighting them or every other front to protect my child.

  13. #19 by Pan recall on December 13, 2015 - 6:10 pm

    Ron Foggia
    2 mins
    The Pan Recall will be officially closed on December 31st. After about 8 months the total signatures gathered? About 2,000. It’s over people. Learn from this horrific failure along with the failures of SB277/792, AB2109 and the failed referendum.
    Quick reference to why the recall failed like everything else in our California movement to fight medical tyranny.
    1) Ginger Taylor (leader of Canary Party ((aka Health Choice)) who lives in Maine) started the Pan Recall group/page about 8 months ago. She did nothing more than start the group and fill it with her Canary Party/California Coalition for Health Choice buddies. What did she do since? NOTHING Surprised? She lives in Maine and answers to Mark Blaxill who has been proven to have direct ties to Pharma. Surprised? Are you angry yet?
    2) Katherine O’Neal Duran filed the official recall of Pan with the Secretary of State about 8 months ago. What did she do since? NOTHING! She recently admitted in a speech that “her ultimate goal was NOT to recall!” Surprised? Are you angry yet?
    3) Lauren Stephens set up a donations page for recalls and is still asking for money. What did she do for the recall of Pan since? NOTHING! Surprised? Are you angry yet?
    4) Aaron Mills gathered just enough signatures (a little over 60) to officially start a recall of Pan. What did he do since? NOTHING! Surprised? Are you angry yet? He tried to blame the referendum which took less than three months of the time and has nothing to show for the time prior to and since the referendum except a huge amount of time on FB attempting constant damage control for his CP/CCHC buddies. Surprised? Are you angry yet?
    5) Janine Kloss (Sacramento leader of Libertarian party) announced publicly she was taking charge of the recall of Pan two months ago with a couple of her Libertarian party buddies along with Aaron Mills and Amber Beasley. What has she done since? NOTHING! Surprised? Are you angry yet?
    Conclusion—-The recall is a total fail. No intelligent person intent on recalling Pan sets up or becomes involved in a recall and does NOTHING. These people have all failed our movement in the most extreme way imaginable.
    In a moment, they will announce another recall. These people all had more than enough time yet NONE of them have anything to show for all the time they’ve been involved. Are you angry yet?
    It’s time to learn from our mistakes investing time, money and energy into the WRONG PEOPLE!
    DO NOT SUPPORT THESE PEOPLE IN ANY WAY with DONATIONS OR YOUR TIME PERIOD!
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  14. #20 by Holly on December 14, 2015 - 4:17 pm

    I hope we can count on Chris Thompson to do the right thing but as for the others? This so needs to happen.

  15. #21 by Tim on December 15, 2015 - 8:17 am

    The attorney told you where the holes are so drive your trucks through them.

  16. #22 by megan on January 13, 2016 - 10:42 am

    They suggested there was no reason to get a pbe unless entering k or 7. BUT if you want to avoid future vaccines of the Govt. choosing… you have to have a pbe on file!!!!

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