Calling suspending children for not wearing masks “unreasonable, heavy-handed, and simply harsh,” a Loudoun County judge issued an order Wednesday evening that Loudoun County Public Schools must allow children to attend school without a mask starting Thursday.
In a decisive victory for parental rights, a Loudoun County, VA, judge ended a pattern of genuinely appalling behavior by the Loudoun Country School Board. Enforcing a mask mandate against state Executive Order, the board has been responsible for suspending and shaming students, placing them in solitary confinement, and imposing all manner of strict penalties on students and parents.
Loudoun County Public Schools has responded to rumors of maskless students facing arrest, saying that no students have been arrested for not following coronavirus-related rules, such as wearing a mask. The county added, however, that it is true students can face suspension for repeated violations of policies implemented in response to the Chinese coronavirus, and if suspended students return to school, they could be cited for trespassing.
Three parents filed suit against a northern Virginia school district complaining its enforcement of a mask mandate defies state policy. Fight for Schools announced the lawsuit against the Loudoun County School Board in an emailed press release Tuesday evening.
Multiple Left-Wing Virginia School Districts Continue To Mandate Masks In Contravention To Science And Governor Youngkin’s Mandate, Forcing Kids To Suffer The Consequences
Youngkin won the gubernatorial race and he implemented pro-parent policies, including banning CRT and mask mandates. These are all good things, but the lefties in Virginia are not going down without a fight.
Enraged Parents Show Up In FORCE At Loudon County School Board to Protest Flagrant Violation of State Law
Parents of Loudoun County School District students have had enough of administrators flouting their policies and overriding parental responsibility and authority. The district continues to enforce mask mandates, ignoring Executive Order Number Two (2022), which clearly bans them. Parents have had enough and packed a recent meeting to speak their minds.