Robert Pletka’s FSD crossing the line: turning fundraising into homework to pay for drinking fountains.


I believe that Robert Pletka, along with many others, but above all others, belongs in jail for irradiating the 15,000 students in the FSD for four long years now. 

No school district official in the entire country has willfully ignored the facts more than Robert Pletka on the imminent harm facing the students in the Fullerton School District from the reckless and dangerous wireless technology programs this man has advanced and deployed. Forget the device addiction issues he has caused thousands of students. No school district official in the entire country has been exposed to and ignored more competent evidence of harm when it comes to what endangers the students in the Fullerton School District than this man.

ROBERT PLETKA has spent almost $10,000,000 dollars of taxpayer money on dangerous wireless technology over the last four years WHILE THE SCHOOLS REMAIN IN HORRIBLE CONDITION and now ONE OF HIS TEACHERS has her students fundraising for DRINKING FOUNTAINS AND CALLING IT HOMEWORK! 

 

 

This is clearly a misappropriation of district funds, employee time and a violation of board policies. This is really all about bribing the children, taking advantage of the children, and abusing the system. The children are ostensibly at school to learn, not to be politicizing or carrying water for the wasteful district officials or its employees. This so called homework assignment has nothing to do with learning or the school’s curriculum. It has everything to do with plugging holes in the budget caused by bloated out of control salaries.

Water is a basic right. The FSD is not about “putting the kids first” or providing “a safe learning environment“. If they were, they would have had the lead flux oozing, filthy, disgusting drinking fountains replaced years ago with new ones that filter out all the toxic chemicals being added to the water. Oh yes, they teach the students to recycle when there are upwards of 10,000 plastic water bottles being used and discarded every day by the students. They should have spent the money years ago to provide filling stations. They only cost about $800 each. Adding Reverse Osmosis to each one would add about $200. The students deserve good clean water to drink during the day and thier parents should not be asked to pay for it again when their taxes already go to the district for maintenance and operations.

You would think the PTA would have done something years ago? The school foundations? No, they were too busy raising money to irradiate the students with iPads (infertility pads).

The FSD spends almost $120,000,000 a year on operations with the majority of it on payroll. Greedy teachers remain silent on everything except for when it comes to their pay and benefits.

Students and parents should never be asked to fund or finance basic need infrastructure items like water delivery systems! Well that is exactly what is going on and it is not only a fundraiser, but the FSD is crossing the line by incorporating district fundraising activities into homework and making it part of the academic requirements of the school.

Let’s have a look at the payroll of The Fullerton School District. PAGES AND PAGES OF SIX FIGURE SALARIES FOR 180 DAYS A YEAR WORTH OF WORK AND SILENCE ON EVERYTHING.

 http://transparentcalifornia.com/salaries/2015/school-districts/orange/fullerton-elementary/

Page after page of six figure salaries and the schools are in ruin with overcrowded classrooms that Robert Pletka is trying to pack even tighter by advertising in other areas to bring in free lunch students that generate more revenue for the district and we the parents have to have our children do this to get credit for their homework?

 

Drinking fountains and water delivery systems are supposed to be paid for with our tax money that amounts to $120 million dollars a year. Why are we being asked to pay for basic needs of our children to be met that actually are consistent with the environmentalism religion being taught to these impressionable children?

 

 

What a bunch of frauds. If Robert Pletka cared about the kids, and if he wasn’t so drunk on wireless technology, he would have made drastic improvements in the conditions present at these schools years ago, most notably the disgusting drinking fountains. He did no such thing.

 

 

 

As a matter of fact, Pletka, The PTA and district staff doubled down and went full steam ahead and put dangerous wirless iPads in the laps of every child in the FSD . Instead of providing clean water and a safe classroom environment, they chose to go along with the forced exposure of children to dangerous microwave radiation and forced the children to drink from untested water sources that deliver toxic lead right into their mouths.

When unsafe levels of lead are found in drinking water, the culprit has typically been lead pipes or lead-containing brass and bronze fittings, but in a new study researchers clearly show that lead present in the zinc coating of galvanized steel pipes can be a very significant long-term source of lead in water.

Why is the FSD, its teachers, staff, and board members all complicit in this?

 

Who is the principal of Ladera Vista? Why is this taking place with this person’s approval? Since when has the learning process been allowed to be hijacked by school officials to ripoff the parents?

 

Randa Schmalfeld, Principal

The galvanized pipes installed on water lines between 1880 and 1960 were dipped in molten, naturally occurring zinc. Naturally occurring zinc is impure, so these pipes were bathed in zinc that also contained lead and other impurities. The zinc coating elongated the life of the steel pipes, but added small amount of lead and other substances that could potentially harm children. Ironically, lead has the same carcinogenic classification and wireless microwave radiation according to the world health organization.

Water quality testing needs to be done at all Fullerton schools. Water filtration systems need to be installed on all drinking fountains and this needs to be done from the current budget and not from the hardworking parents who already pay their fair share of taxes to support this bloated jobs program that puts the students LAST and in harms way! Shame on the FSD and shame on you if you fail to see anything wrong here.

 

 

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  1. #1 by Anonymous on August 31, 2017 - 2:17 pm

    Robert Pletka is the recipient of many awards and honors for his conversion of the Fullerton schools into leading STEM campuses. I suppose you would prefer candles and typewriters Mr. Imbriano?
    Do your children use computers?

  2. #2 by Barry Levinson on September 1, 2017 - 2:09 pm

    You would think as a parent that a school district would ensure that every district school had working water fountains on their campuses.

    Now that the district made the foolish decision to have the kids in school for the hottest 2 plus months of the year, namely August, September and into the beginning of October, having working water fountains becomes even more crucial to the health and well-being of all students.

    Please remember that you can not drink from an iPad!

    • #3 by Barry Levinson on September 7, 2017 - 1:13 pm

      Instead of starting school earlier in the year to have the students in class most of August and all of September, they should have started school a few weeks later around the 3rd week in September.

      Also there have been so many studies that teenagers need their sleep and they are at their worst early in the morning. Instead of starting 50 minutes earlier at Parks vs. Laguna Road School, the day should start 50 minutes later or approximately 9:20 AM or even later.

      We are always hearing from the district that they put the interests of the kids first but I have given three examples where it seems they put their interests last!

      • #4 by Anonymous on September 8, 2017 - 8:25 pm

        Sleep deprivation was used for mind control of single individuals, groups of people or even societies for good or bad reasons. This is how brainwashing works. Mental programming requires three basic elements. First, the programmer needs to limit the information available to the subject and this is done by narrowing and standardizing the content of the curriculum. Then they control the subject’s behavior with time constraints, rows of desks, limiting talking, limiting freedom of movement and even forcing posture. The final piece of the puzzle is to apply subtle amounts of stress to the subject to distract them from the thought control process. This is the detention system.

        Never in a million years will the government mandate anything other than a practice that benefits those in control. While your suggestion is noble, barring the passage of pending legislation, I fear the brainwashing will continue with sleep deprivation remaining a key component.

        • #5 by Anonymous on September 10, 2017 - 8:41 am

          Agreed. We don’t need no education
          We don’t need no thought control
          No dark sarcasm in the classroom
          Teachers leave them kids alone
          Hey! Teachers! Leave them kids alone
          All in all it’s just another brick in the wall
          All in all you’re just another brick in the wall

          We don’t need no education
          We don’t need no thought control
          No dark sarcasm in the classroom
          Teachers leave those kids alone
          Hey! Teachers! Leave those kids alone
          All in all you’re just another brick in the wall
          All in all you’re just another brick in the wall

          “Wrong, do it again!”
          “If you don’t eat yer meat, you can’t have any pudding
          How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat yer meat?”
          “You! Yes, you behind the bike sheds, stand still laddy!”

      • #6 by Joe Imbriano on September 25, 2017 - 4:20 pm

        The National Toxicology Program found that mice and rats exposed to non-ionizing, cell phone radiation developed DNA damage. Numerous other studies have found evidence of DNA damage from exposure to low-intensity radiofrequency radiation (RFR). The DNA damage appears to be an indirect effect of the oxidative stress caused by exposure to RFR.

        35 iPads per class and 35 cell phones on WiFi mode with one or two access points in each classroom? The kids are in harms way while people make fun of the plight of the children, including their own.

  3. #7 by Joe Imbriano on September 2, 2017 - 9:34 pm

    The real problem in this particular instance is the school districts. 150 million a year is not enough to run the the high schools? Oh yeah and the 300 million dollar bond they just rammed through on top of the other bond that isn’t even paid off yet and these kids have to go door to door to beg for money to buy baseballs and equipment? Are you kidding me?

    Oh the elementary district can’t get by on 130 million a year? The kids have to beg for money for a drinking fountain? Are you kidding me?

    So now we have a situation where people are afraid to open their doors because the jails have been opened and the mental hospitals have all been closed down to pay for the out of control gravy train that has bankrupted this once great state.

  4. #8 by Anonymous on September 3, 2017 - 1:48 pm

    What about the school board?

    • #9 by Barry Levinson on September 8, 2017 - 10:42 am

      The school board are followers of the district’s wishes. All these public boards and committees are basically there to fool the public into thinking that we have some governmental oversight. Nothing good be further from the truth. In fact when anyone on these boards or committees does there job by looking out for the interests of the public, they get replaced by some zombie who will do governments bidding!

  5. #10 by In the know on September 3, 2017 - 5:09 pm

    Thought you would appreciate the fact that there are 21,000 men and women working in Orange County public schools. These 21,000 serve around 500,000 students. In addition, there are another 8,900 men and women drawing retirement benefits. The reason the schools cannot afford drinking fountains is because all the money goes to pay for what I just described. Robert Pletka is not much different than any other superintendent. He simply follows orders for a quarter million a year just like all the others.

    Now here is where I will lend a bit of insight into where things are headed. The last round of spending before the State is bankrupted by a planned earthquake involves the 21st Century learning program that you accurately describe as a sterilization agenda. You certainly have done your homework.

    Once they trigger the San Andreas, bankrupting the California Earthquake Authority will be a foregone conclusion.

    Road repairs will empty the coffers while the gas tax base will evaporate. This is when they will blow out the pensions. The schools will become community focal points at that time suiting up for their roles as forced vaccination centers.

    FEMA is broke, and the hell on earth is awaiting us all. Forget about the stupid drinking fountains.

  6. #11 by Barry Levinson on September 4, 2017 - 8:22 am

    He also sent out a district wide message to all parents that the repeal of the Fullerton Child Sex Offender Residency Restriction Ordinace No. 3149 will not have an impact on our children’s safety because the state law does the same thing. WRONG! But when I provided proof that his statement was wrong at several school board meetings and specifically asked that he send out another district wide correction he not only did not do it but would not respond to me at all. In a district that cares about its kids that should have gotten him fired!!

  7. #12 by Anonymous on September 22, 2017 - 2:17 pm

    Get a life asshole

  8. #13 by Joe Imbriano on September 22, 2017 - 3:36 pm

    Hey teachers any of you care to comment? Are you participating in this? Where is all the money going? Is all of our tax money going to fund the collapsing pension system that can never be satisfied?

    • #14 by Anonymous on September 23, 2017 - 1:36 pm

      The National Toxicology program released partial results of its cell phone study on rodents. The results were damning. Considering the district’s use of technology comes with no health warnings to students or parents while the health curriculum at all grade levels is devoid of any mention of the risks associated with cell phone use and school issued wireless device uses in general, one could make a strong case for agreement with Mr. Imbriano’s opening line. I have watched him for years protest outside of schools, attend and speak at board meetings, distribute literature at school and sporting events and blog incessantly on this issue. I believe time will reveal just how right he has been all along. Perhaps criminal charges are in order for district officials both salaried and elected.

  9. #15 by Anonymous on September 22, 2017 - 4:15 pm

    Great post. Joe, I love your posts and comments on Nextdoor. Too many people in Fullerton are part of the system. Your detractors all work for the man. The Autism and infertility rates among teachers is really climbing. I won’t go as far as saying they deserve it but how long have they been going along with all of this?

    Don’t waste your time on these people. You need to take your message to the Plebeians. I would love to see you out in front of FHS. Get them them fired up.

    You can’t penetrate trying to reach the brainwashed Asians at Troy or the alcohol soaked, calcified cholesterol brained, crackers up on the hill and their children down below.

    Fullerton is a screwed up town for sure with a lot of the teachers married to the police. Just be careful. There are too many bad ones especially here in Fullerton.

  10. #16 by Anonymous on September 22, 2017 - 8:12 pm

    Sadly this is all too common. You are right. My sister and her husband are teachers and it is definitely not about the kids. Someone should test that water.

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