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Acacia School’s BYOD Informational Meeting

Hot off the press…
For all 2013 -2014 5th & 6th grade families
Acacia Bring Your Own iPad Program
is expanding for the next school year!!
Please attend an important Informational Night to learn more about your
child’s participation in next school year’s BYOD program.
Monday, May 13th
Acacia School Multipurpose Room
*Please note that all parents need to attend a BYOD Info night prior to their
child participating in the program.*

Folks it has been two months since we began this mission to inform and educate staff and parents.  I have attended and spoken at school board meetings, handed out flyers, and sent mass emails to district staff, and set up this blog that links to many of the dangers of wireless classrooms.  We provided information that is well documented.  What do we get for our anniversary?


So what gives with the cold shoulder for the last 2 months?  Why does it appear that the entire administration is ignoring me, this blog and this information.  Why does the administration not answer my requests to film and take EMF measurements in the classrooms?

I believe that the decision has already been made to roll this technology out.  For the  administration to expose themselves to this information:
would create dissonance and potentially increase the FSD’s legal liability.
Under California Education Code § 51101, parents and guardians have the right to:• Examine the curriculum materials of the class.• Work with the schools to adopt policies that outline how parents, staff and students mayshare in the responsibility for development and well-being of the students.• Observe classrooms and meet with teachers.• Have a school environment for their child that is safe and supportive of learning.

• Be informed about the above rights to participate in the education of their children.

I submit to you. ladies and gentlemen, that the children’s safety comes first.




  1. #1 by Debbi R on May 6, 2013 - 12:24 pm

    I call that ignoring the facts. Willful disregard?

  2. #2 by Anonymous on May 6, 2013 - 12:42 pm

    That’s cute Joe. Too bad the issue is not.

  3. #3 by Anonymous on May 6, 2013 - 5:11 pm

    Where are his antennae?

    • #4 by Joe Imbriano on May 6, 2013 - 6:31 pm

      They are located in his brain and more specifically in his DNA. No one wants to talk about this issue and yet we just keep dosing the kids. WiFi, cordless phones, cell phones, wireless game controllers, tablets, laptops and the like all emit in a similar range in the electromagnetic spectrum. Low intensity is not safe-

      I am just the messenger folks.

  4. #5 by Veritas on May 6, 2013 - 7:54 pm

    Beverly, Hilda, Janny, and Lynn,

    How do you sleep at night? You are ignoring all this research that WiFi is harmful in schools. Do you have a conscience?

  5. #6 by Anonymous on May 7, 2013 - 12:47 pm

    Plain and simple – they don’t care about the kids!

  6. #7 by JBeck on May 7, 2013 - 5:55 pm

    “California Education Code § 51101”

    Maybe they need to be sued since they are not in compliance with the code. Sometimes that is the only thing that works.

  7. #8 by friend on May 7, 2013 - 8:21 pm

    Nice job tonight Joe. There are a lot of people afraid of the facts on this issue. Don’t back down. You don’t strike me as a coward and you certainly have a good handle on the issue.

    Given your background, you are in a very good position to hold your ground. You would be amazed at the amount of high-level attention this issue has been garnering as a direct result of this blog. Don’t kid yourself. There are some big eyes and ears on this.

    The truth is on your side.

  8. #9 by Anonymous on May 13, 2013 - 9:09 pm

    My wife and I attended the BYOD meeting at Acacia. I knew that when the principal brought attention to you in the beginning of the meeting referencing you filming, that something was amiss. I have never met you before but have seen you around City Hall a few times. You flier has been on my windshield at least two times in the last month and I am somewhat familiar with your contentions.

    Mr. Imbriano, I was rather shocked when you were interrupted during your questions by Mr. Craven. One of the staff members seemed to get a kick out of it. He knew where you were going and obviously was not about to let you go there. To me, that is troublesome.

    The flyer that came home with my wife and I tonight really hit a nerve and I want to thank you for putting this info out there. No one truly knows about this stuff. We are looking into this issue ourselves. It is alarming to say the least. My wife is a nurse. She is going to be asking around. The Autism connection that you make is rather startling. Just curious as to what kind of response have you received on that?

  9. #10 by Joe Imbriano on May 14, 2013 - 7:45 am

    We have confirmed that Acacia will be going 1:1 with the wireless devices next year in the 5th-6th grades in spite of the mounting scientific evidence and that many experts feel that this technology is potentially dangerous to our children. Of course the industry says that it is safe and so does the FCC which by the way doesn’t have one medical doctor on its entire payroll. There are those with credentials from here to kingdom come who say that it is not and the FSD will not listen. All we ask is to hardwire the devices. They already have fiber optic connectivity coming in to the school. The beat goes on folks.

    • #11 by Veritas on May 14, 2013 - 9:28 pm

      Yes, all they need to do is hardwire the devices, which provides a more safe and reliable connection. Instead, they ignore all the reports that EMF from wifi is not safe and decide that they are the ones to determine what environment they want our children in.
      In this case, it is an unsafe one. How arrogant is FSD.

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