FUHSD decides not to send letter about mandates

Parents upset about attorney’s presentation to school board


Last updated 2/18/2022 at 9:58am

Rick Monroe

Special to the Village News

The hopes of parents wanting to see trustees of the Fallbrook Union High School District support their concerns about COVID-19 mandates were dashed at the Feb. 7 board meeting. At the district’s prior board meeting on Jan. 24, Diane Summers, vice president, suggested the board consider writing a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom about the concerns of parents. She also said she wanted legal advice from an attorney.

There is a mandate that all students and staff wear masks while on campus. Many parents say that’s not healthy. There is no mandate now abou...

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