Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Facts About the New York State Onteora School District Wi-Fi Debate
- WiFi or not WiFi. Woodstock Times. May 4, 2015.
- Onteora WiFi debate goes on. Woodstock Times. Sep 22, 2015.
2. The District created a Wi-Fi Task Force
The Wi-Fi Task Force was formed to gather information. Then it was disbanded by the Board of Education without any transparency in the process.
Parents served the New York Onteroa School District Superintendent Victoria Mclaren and Board of Education members a notice of their liability concerning the health risks from the wi-fi installation in this New York school district on the March 15, 2016 Board of Education Meeting.
Please watch below the video where parents served the Board members with this notice If you are wondering why we cannot see the parents, we were wondering the same thing. You can watch the full Board meeting at this link to the School District website.
- Board members who voted in for keeping the Wi-Fi are now personally liable if a child is harmed by the wireless radiation exposures.
- They could be sued for “willful blindness”,”child negligence” or possibly even charged with “reckless endangerment of a child” of which the latter carries criminal penalties.
- The BOE is held liable for violating “Open Government Law,” by misusing “Executive Session” option designed to keep public agencies court strategies private when litigation is in process. The Board apparently disbanded the Wi-Fi Task Force and denied access of the minutes of that meeting to the public. The BOE then stated “the efficacy of the group” was the reason for disbanding it.
Concerned parents in the United States can also send notarized ” No-Consent to WiFi ” letters to their BOE. This an important step towards accountability.
Examples of A Parents Do NOT CONSENT Letter For Schools:
- Please click here to see this DO NOT CONSET LETTER ON WI-FI IN SCHOOLS example from father Jeromy Johnson’s Emfanalysis.com Jeremy recently delivered a talk at TEDxBerkeley entitled “Wireless Wake-Up Call.”
- See Canadians for Safe Technology’s DO NOT CONSENT LETTER BY CLICKING HERE.
in an October 27, 2015 Board Meeting.