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Old 03-08-2018, 5:51 PM
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I'm just going to leave this here.

I received this letter from my local School Board. Obviously I'm mad as hell and do not intend on letting my town's school board turn my children into political pawns.

Maybe some of you have some ideas on how to proceed. Due to my house's proximity to the school and the large amount of foot traffic I get every day from student and parents - I really don't want to identify myself a gun guy as I am concerned with reprisals and false accusations.

Anyone else receive a letter like this?

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Dear Burlingame Community,

Despite recent tragic events in our country, Burlingame School District is hopeful that we as a nation are moving toward solutions that will keep our schools and children safe. In the meantime, we continue to empower our students by teaching them social-emotional skills and providing age-appropriate activities that give them "voice."

Several of the soft skills we have been working on can be seen in the reaction of our Middle School Students to the Political Action Events scheduled in the next few weeks. Our BIS students are working with Principal Scott, PTA, and the community to let their voices be heard in a constructive and contributory fashion. Our Elementary Principals are working with staff, PTA, and students to take this opportunity to provide a "teaching moment" that is developmentally appropriate for this age group of students.

Information about the events is below:

March 14, 2018: National School Walkout
The Women's March Youth EMPOWER group is planning a national school walkout at 10 a.m. on March 14, 2018, according to the group's website.

March 24, 2018: March For Our Lives
On Saturday, March 24, 2018, student organizers, including those from Parkland, are planning March For Our Lives, a march in Washington, D.C. to call for school safety and gun control. "The mission and focus of March For Our Lives is to demand that a comprehensive and effective bill be immediately brought before Congress to address these gun issues," according to their website. More info can be found at the website and Facebook page.

BSD Plans for March 14, 2018:
We want to encourage everyone to have a voice about these important issues. We also want to keep students safe and at school. BIS students will be organizing activities at 10am on campus where students have an opportunity to express their opinions and concerns while staying at the school site.

The elementary schools will also be organizing activities at 10am that will address kindness, peace and inclusiveness. The staff will take this opportunity to address school culture and climate and how important it is for everyone to feel they are a part of the school community.

March 24, 2018:
Discussion about a "March For Our Lives" taking place here in Burlingame has begun. As we hear more about this event we will keep you posted and encourage families to join others in supporting a bill to address gun issues and school shootings.

We want to be supportive of families who may have specific plans for March 14th. We also want to encourage you to participate and help supervise activities at your school site. Your school site principal will be sending out more information to you as March 14th approaches.

Finally, a draft of a resolution that will be included at the next board meeting on March 13, 2018 is attached. The Burlingame School District Board of Trustees and Superintendent wish to publicly support anything that can be done to prevent the senseless loss of life we have seen increase over the last several years.

Draft Resolution ~In Honor of the Parkland Shooting Victims and in Support of Greater Measures to Promote School Safety


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Are they legally allowed to be political on the job? These are public schools.
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Keep your kids out of school, as suggested in this thread.
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Keep your kids out of school, as suggested in this thread.
Looks familiar
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sounds like some first class indoctrination - I would ask the board if both sides of the issue will be represented - and if not - why are they pushing a political agenda?

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Just wondering - can kids wear an "I'm the NRA" shirts to school that day?
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Same **** organized by the district office in Moreno Valley Unified School District. They are actually forcing the teachers to supervise the march.
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our elementary school sent a letter too. They said they are going to just have recess at that time, so most of the kids won't know the difference, but kids that want to can "walk out" briefly. They at least mentioned they won't be discussing it with the kids, as they recognize most of them are just too young to understand and it would just scare them. But some of the 4th/5th graders might know what's going on in the world. I think it's an ok middle ground, seems like they are trying to minimize it rather than promote it.
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Wow; it sounds like the Burlingame School District has pretty much made up their mind on this issue and is setting policy.

What happens to the kids that are pro 2nd amendment? Do they get a chance to express their views too? [doubt it!]

It's tough to be a gun person in the bay area; there's so much anti-gun fever out here that people will treat you like a leper if you let it slip out that you actually enjoy firearms.
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My family attends California Military Institute, they will not be walking out on the 14th. Parents need to gather together and sue the district, they are deliberately creating an unsafe day for children, who will monitor the kids once they step foot off of property?

Oh wait, the parents are too busy with starbucks, iphones, schedules and social media to pay attention to these details I would assume.
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The idea that children who are incompetent to drive automobiles, sign legal contracts or possess firearms but are competent to redesign the Constitution of the United States puts a fool's face on these "educators" and their "events".

As noted in another article, about the recent shout-down of Christina H. Sommers by law students at Lewis +Clark*:

"Protests are seldom really about the object of the protest. They are about the protesters, who seek attention for their organizations, their causes, their ideologies, and themselves. And they are about achieving a certain kind of emotional release, bordering on frenzy. The scheduled talk by Christina Hoff Sommers merely provided an opportunity for the protesters to show-off. The protesters showed no interest in disputing her ideas or opinions, except to snatch phrases to fuel their own chants."

I guess since the "adults" have no ability to articulate rational ideas on the subject of "gun control", they have to use those less informed and more gullible than even themselves to make their "point". Nobody else would pay attention to their orders.

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Are they legally allowed to be political on the job? These are public schools.


This is kalifornia. To ask the question is to already know the answer. The schools, like this state in general, can do whatever they please however they please to whomever they please whenever it pleases them. You will serve and obey. And that will make you happy.
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I think most districts are likely preparing for this one way or another. They know that kids will walkout regardless so it's probably better to attempt to keep a handle on things rather than having the kids walkout willy-nilly. Otherwise it would be like herding cats and kids are more likely to get hurt or do something stupid.
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I think most districts are likely preparing for this one way or another. They know that kids will walkout regardless so it's probably better to attempt to keep a handle on things rather than having the kids walkout willy-nilly. Otherwise it would be like herding cats and kids are more likely to get hurt or do something stupid.
Good...actions have consequences. I fail to see how a some kids being used as political pawns and using the excuse of destroying the 2nd to skip school getting hurt or screwing up publicly due to their stupidity is a bad thing.
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The majority of Bay Area kids that walk out will use this "protest" just to
get out of class and clown around; they don't know they're being used
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If a kid walks out of school and gets in trouble / gets injured, they will try and blame guns.
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I sent this letter to my daughter's (and son's) middle school (7th grade) when she mentioned this. Both my kids are NRA lifetime members.

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Hello Ms. BXXX,

I heard today from Alexis that the school is staging an anti-Second Amendment "march" on March 14th at the school. Is this true? I send my kids to school to be educated, not to be used as pawns and props for some adult's political agenda.

So, rather than just go on what my daughter explained I thought I would check with you to see if the school is suspending education that day so that kids can "protest" concepts they have little grasp of. If so, I would be hesitant to send them that day since they would have to explain to the other kids why they aren't getting in on the fun of "protesting". Having to do this could generate negative peer pressure since kids tend to have a mob mentality on these things.

Any clarity you could provide on this would be appreciated.

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Another thing occurred to me. The schools get paid based on attendance. That's the main reason they're so strict about attendance. Do they get paid for all of these kids not being in school? That could be the avenue to hurt tge morons.
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Another thing occurred to me. The schools get paid based on attendance. That's the main reason they're so strict about attendance. Do they get paid for all of these kids not being in school? That could be the avenue to hurt tge morons.
No.. they still get paid so long as they show up .. they can then leave and the school still gets the cash.

Hence my letter.. if this is what they are doing we're going to Disney for the day.. lol
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If a kid walks out of school and gets in trouble / gets injured, they will try and blame guns.
They will blame Trump.
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The majority of Bay Area kids that walk out will use this "protest" just to get out of class and clown around; they don't know they're being used
Exactly. But, they will forever remember that their time from school was spent getting rid of firearms, because that's the indoctrination...saving students' lives.

And they will be around for generations.
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What the hell are "social-emotional skills"????????????

Just like the Nazi's and Communists.. they are turning the children against their parents.
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I would think it means being of thick skin....but somehow I don't think that's what they mean
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School boards are elected and I wonder if you have an NRA members council ?
Get each board members statement w/o tipping them off and try to find a weak link for Election Day.

Sometimes you can get them out by using issues other than guns.

I.e. We got an anti gun city council out by using a tax.

I would keep my child out that day .
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who is behind organizing this state wide activity?
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My son's school did the same

March 8, 2018

Dear School Community,

I would like to share with you a summary of three national protests being planned across the country in response to the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Please note that these protests do not represent all of the events that may be scheduled in our community.

March 14th - Enough: National School Walkout. Organizers are encouraging teachers, students, administrators, and others to walk out of class for 17 minutes (one minute for each person killed at the school) beginning at 10:00 a.m.

March 24th - March for Our Lives protest in Washington DC and other cities, including San Francisco and San Jose. Additional protests might be held in San Mateo County. Organized by students from Parkland, Florida, “March for Our Lives is created by, inspired by, and led by students across the country who will no longer risk their lives waiting for someone else to take action to stop the epidemic of mass school shootings that has become all too familiar.”

April 20th - National High School Walk-Out for Anti-Gun Violence. Student-organized walkout commemorating the 19th anniversary of the Columbine campus shooting. Some organizers are calling for students to stay out of school until “their demands are met” (ie. gun laws are changed).

On March 14, we want to provide our students a forum to voice their concerns and we want to do it in a way that ensures that they remain safe and on campus. Our Student Council approach us to share what they would like to do to provide their schoolmates a venue for expressing their thoughts and feelings.

The Student Council came up with a great idea that allows all who wish to participate to do so without disrupting the classroom or creating an unsafe experience.

Students who wish to do so, will be able to participate in a march to commemorate the victims of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. They can make signs and voice their thoughts and opinions
Students may also choose to join a group in the “Peace Garden” where they will be creating rock art that can permanently send a message of hope to all future visitors.
Students who do not wish to participate in an organized activity may continue with their recess
The Student Council also developed a contingency plan should it rain:

The Student Council also developed a contingency plan should it rain:

Willing participants may join in the hallway where we will have a brief period of thoughtful silence to commemorate the victims of the Parkland, Florida school shooting.
Students who do not wish to participate will remain in their classrooms as they would on any other rainy day.
Because we are a K-8 program, we recognize that there is a wide range of awareness among our students regarding the shooting in Florida and the national debates about violence in schools. For that reason we have differentiated these activities to better support the range of needs among our students.

Since March 24th is a Saturday, we will not be organizing any school events for that day.

As for April 20th, we expect students to attend and remain in school, however we will continue to plan with students if they wish to organize special activities during lunch or hold an assembly.

These national events were designed to give students, teachers, and others the chance to express their frustration with the senseless gun violence that has already plagued many schools and to take action to bring about change. We support our students’ desire to make a positive difference in the world, but we also want to make sure they are safe. That’s why we are providing them opportunities on campus to talk about these issues and explore ways in which they can make a difference.

Click here to find a variety of resources to help you communicate with your children about topics related to the shooting, such as gun violence, First and Second Amendment rights, as well as tips for coping with grief around these types of events.
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Can an attorney here help with writing a response which can protect children of pro-2A parents from this propaganda?
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If my kids school didn't have uniforms I would have him wear his NRA shirt or hat..

The left really has no shame.. none at all
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Steve, I respect your letter. If more parents were involved and current on what the schools were doing then maybe the right kind of attention would be brought to stop such things.
Everything I am reading indicates that it is more the teachers than the students that are trying to encourage this walk out. It sickens me to see districts literally using the children as a attention getter. Most my nephews friends didn't even know about a proposed walk out till they heard about it in class, by the teacher herself, providing words of "encouragement " disgusting....
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A really bad kid will light off a string of firecrackers during the moment of silence.
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This seems relevant.

https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/f...r=1.&article=2.

https://oag.ca.gov/system/files/opin...fs/93-1201.pdf

If a school district can prohibit an educators political speech during class, they likewise can limit participation in political speech imposed by same.
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"we continue to empower our students by teaching them social-emotional skills"

Emotional, says it all!

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I don't have a kid... yet. But if I did, I'd keep him or her out of school for a range day.
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not surprise these anti 2nd will used any one or anything to there disposal including brainwashing our youth I"m glad my two boys are home school Long live our AMERICA AND OUR BELOVED CONTITUTION
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Sounds like two good days to get your kids to the range, and not school indoctrination camp.
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