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Take Back Control

Elected Officials haver overreached their authority by acting as Medical Dictators and forcing tests and vaccines onto our children.

 According to California State Law and Family Law, Schools may not provide medical diagnostic tests, medicine, vaccines, etc., to any child under the age of 15, without a Parent's written consent. While the State of California has stripped Parents of the Right to be informed about a child's abortion, if the child is over the age of 12. California State allows for schools to vaccinate children over the age of 12 if the child consents to vaccination. However, the Law still states Parents must have consented before the Schools give medical diagnostic test kits to children.

How do we take back our power? 

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Have you felt harassed to get tested or vaccinated?


Education Code Section 234.1 lays out the requirements to ensure that school districts are working to reduce discrimination, harassment, violence, intimidation and bullying, thereby increasing school safety for all students. Under this law, every school district must:

You can file a complaint with your school or district related to the following types of harassment (actual or perceived):

  • Age

  • Ancestry

  • Color

  • Ethnicity

  • Gender

  • Gender expression

  • Gender identity

  • Mental disability

  • National origin

  • Physical disability

  • Race

  • Religion

  • Sex

  • Sexual harassment

  • Sexual orientation

  • Association with any categories listed

If you file a complaint with the school, the principal is required by law to investigate and fix the problem. Your school, including teachers and administrators, is required by law to protect you and must take the necessary steps to stop any form of bullying.


If you don’t feel safe at your school because teachers, school staff or other authority figures are forcing and/or coercing you or your child to take COVID-19 tests you have grounds to file a complaint against the School or other Individual. 

Poison Control warns of COVID rapid antigen test danger.


"the extraction vial in many of the kits includes a chemical that acts as a preservative agent and could be harmful."


File A Complaint

If you have a complaint about educator misconduct, in addition to submitting a complaint to the school, district, or county office of education, you can report educator misconduct to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing .

If you have a complaint about special education, in addition to submitting a complaint to the school, district, or county office of education, you can report it to the Special Education Division Complaint Support Unit for their complaint process.

District Policies that give special privileges to vaccinated staff and students while forcing unvaccinated staff and students to show proof of a negative test is obvious discrimination and is an intentional attempt to inflict shame on the unvaccinated making life so difficult for them that they break down and enter into the long-term vaccine trial. 

If you have a complaint about student discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying, please visit the CDE Resolution of Discrimination/Harassment Complaint Web page.


Schools must provide an OPT-IN option for all medical diagnostic tests for children under the age of 15.  If your School District is requiring you to OPT-OUT of testing report them to The California State Education Board for misconduct. Even in A STATE OF EMERGENCY LAWS must be followed. 


Employing school districts are required to report allegations of misconduct pursuant to California Code of Regulation (CCR) section 80303Open PDF in current window. and Education Code sections 44030.544420 and 44940.

To report an educator regarding these code sections, please use the corresponding Notification Forms listed below.  Please submit the forms with the required documents as directed. 

Family Law

California Code 6926 


DIVISION 11. MINORS [6500 - 7143]

  ( Division 11 enacted by Stats. 1992, Ch. 162, Sec. 10. )



  ( Part 4 enacted by Stats. 1992, Ch. 162, Sec. 10. )


CHAPTER 3. Consent by Minor [6920 - 6930]

  ( Chapter 3 enacted by Stats. 1992, Ch. 162, Sec. 10. )



(a) A minor who is 12 years of age or older and who may have come into contact with an infectious, contagious, or communicable disease may consent to medical care related to the diagnosis or treatment of the disease, if the disease or condition is one that is required by Law or regulation adopted pursuant to Law to be reported to the local health officer, or is a related sexually transmitted disease, as may be determined by the State Public Health Officer.

(b) A minor who is 12 years of age or older may consent to medical care related to the prevention of a sexually transmitted disease.

(c) The minor's parents or guardian are not liable for payment for medical care provided pursuant to this section.

(Amended by Stats. 2011, Ch. 652, Sec. 1. (AB 499) Effective January 1, 2012.)

The COVID-19 testing events violate kids' privacy rights and informed consent rights and frequent peer pressure to take medical diagnostic tests creates an unsafe environment for our children. 


Testing children for COVID-19 is unnecessary. 

The Case Fatality Rate for Children with COVID-19 is ZERO to .o1%

The Hospital Rate for Children with COVDI-19 is .1% to 1.5%

Testing events are being used as a promotional strategy to get 100% vaccine compliance. Tell the Schools to STOP wasting Tax Dollars on frequent asymptomatic testing. 


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