Here is a letter from the F.S.D. to the Fullerton Informer site administrator:

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The F.S.D. claims that the classroom microwave EMF emissions are legal. They also refuse to grant us access to film and record our own measurements.  We at The Fullerton Informer believe that the microwave EMF emissions present in the classrooms, that the district claims are well below the FCC limits, are not safe.  We, by the way, are not alone with respect to our position:

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The current FCC standards that the FSD is hiding behind are based on thermal (heating) effects of these microwave EMF emissions. The widely held view in the scientific community is with the dangers of the NON-THERMAL  interactions and effects on children at the cellular and molecular level that have been clearly demonstrated in the medical literature to be real. Therefore, we believe that the FCC guidelines are woefully inadequate, antiquated and allow students to be subjected to, what we believe to be, dangerous levels of microwave EMF radiation in the classrooms as a result of the use of these WiFi enabled devices and the networks’ industrial strength routers that can potentially result in long term health effects.  We believe that chronic exposure to these emissions is potentially very dangerous. Our position is to hard wire the technology in the classrooms as well as in your homes. By forcing the use of WiFi enabled tablets in the classroom, the Fullerton School District is then forcing the students and their families to operate and maintain a wireless environment in their homes so the students can do their homework on the wireless devices. Now even many of the after school day care facilities that serve the Fullerton students are considering installing wireless networks so that the students can do their homework on their tablets while in their custody before and after school. I believe that the willful ignorance of this information by the F.S.D, its Board of Trustees and its employees is not in the best interests of the students or even the community at large. The ramifications of their decisions have far reaching unintended consequences that we can no longer ignore.

This bears repeating, the wireless setting that the F.S.D.  is forcing the existence of  in the home, in the classrooms, and indirectly in day care facilities, is in our opinion, not safe for children, and especially for pregnant women or anyone else for that matter. The whole basis for this technology being safe is based on current FCC standards that completely IGNORE an entire realm of non-thermal physiological effects and the associated non-thermal mechanisms by which they take place. That is what we call uncharted territory folks. Most Fullerton students are there now and even more will be next year.

So all of the aforementioned begs the question.

We at the Fullerton Informer have been trying to get the Board’s and the administration’s attention on these potential dangers facing our children for months.

Why does it appear that the F.S.D just doesn’t get it?  

  1. #1 by Anonymous on May 30, 2013 - 4:56 pm

    This is unbelievable. No one has ever told us that there are any dangers with these devices.

    You mean to tell me that they have not even said that they were going to look into any of those claims by those scientists? What did they say to you at the school board meeting?

    • #2 by Joe Imbriano on June 4, 2013 - 8:58 am

      The FSD school board, with the exception of Chris Thompson, who disagrees with our position, has not provided one single response in writing or on the phone to me. The board of the FJUHSD is eerily silent as well.

      I addressed the school board at the Brea School District last night at their meeting and disributed literature to all in attendance. Let us see how our northern neighbors handle this issue.

      • #3 by parent on June 4, 2013 - 9:54 am

        I met you by the elevator last night and I just wanted to thank you for this information. This is amazing.

  2. #4 by Anonymous on May 30, 2013 - 6:07 pm

    Mr. Imbriano, my husband and I truly appreciate what you are doing. More parents need to stand up. Cowering or going into denial in plain view of the facts is simply foolish. I have watched this controversy unfold over the last few months and have seen sides to certain people that I never knew existed.

    It is simply amazing to watch how many people, whom we once thought that we knew quite well, are reacting to this issue. We have faithfully supported Acacia’s fundraising efforts for several years now. The administrators’ silence speaks volumes and is utterly disgraceful in light of what your efforts have brought to light. I cannot believe that even the Board of Trustees hasn’t offered to step up or in.

  3. #5 by tin foil hat on May 30, 2013 - 7:31 pm

    Is that a rhetorical question?

  4. #8 by R.D. on May 31, 2013 - 10:29 am

    We need to picket in front of the School District!

    • #9 by sayitlikeitis on May 31, 2013 - 12:14 pm

      That’s a great idea.

      • #10 by Anonymous on June 1, 2013 - 9:38 am

        When is the first demonstration?

  5. #11 by hey, teachers on May 31, 2013 - 11:27 am

    How are you going to feel when your school district ramps up all the EMF radiation on the children and you, confined in these classrooms?
    Do you know what mesothelioma is? You would never allow asbestos in your environment or around kids.
    Have you read the letters:
    Teachers, please read the letters. To allow and participate in this radiation experiment crosses all lines of decency. You are breaching the parent’s and public’s trust by not standing up for the kids. All for the sake of wireless technology. How absurd is that?
    Think about why you are not standing up for the kids. Whatever the reason, it is not good enough. You must overcome whatever you are clinging to, as this will be your legacy. We were all born with a conscience; yours must be clear. It will be very difficult for you to live with yourself knowing that when you needed to stand up for the children, you could not muster the courage to do so.
    How will you feel when your Kindergartners enter your classroom, with the wifi router over the doorway, emitting EMF radiation on the youngest of the school population. These little ones are counting on you to keep them safe. If you keep quiet, you will be causing harm. When the parents and grandparents come to pick up their children from school at the end of the day, how will you be able to look the parents in the eye, knowing that their child spent the day in your classroom? A classroom that MDs are saying is harmful? Can you live with that?
    Finally, why are you a teacher if you cannot stand up and advocate for the children and yourself? Have you asked FSD why they are insisting on using WiFi technology in the schools when scientists and researchers are telling them not to? If you haven’t asked them, why not? Do you take their word that EMF radiation is OK over the MDs & Ph.Ds?
    Teachers, don’t let cowardliness and silence be your legacy. This is your time to do the right thing.

  6. #12 by Ray on May 31, 2013 - 1:34 pm

    I just looked over the FSD documents.

    Let me get this straight. The school district refuses to address clear evidence showing that students are being exposed to a harmful agent that causes, among other things, permanent DNA damage, autism, and difficulty concentrating/learning problems.

    At the same time, they refuse you access to measure wireless radiation levels on the grounds that such a one-time visit (probably after hours) would be a disruptive if not a potential health and safety threat to the students?

    • #13 by Joe Imbriano on May 31, 2013 - 1:55 pm

      Yes, and that is very disturbing to me as a parent.

  7. #14 by Veritas on May 31, 2013 - 1:56 pm

    Let me see, FSD says WiFi in schools is OK, numerous PhDs, MDs, and scientists say it is not. FSD prevails?

    If FSD told you to jump off the Brooklyn Bridge, would you do that, too?

  8. #15 by Ray on May 31, 2013 - 2:45 pm

    Or how about if there were a chemical found on school grounds by a parent that thousands of studies showed caused cancer, infertility, learning disabilities, etc.

    Doctors and scientists from around the world were pleading with the school to remove it from the grounds.

    Meanwhile the school officials carry on their business, fully expecting this issue to go away.

    Job security over conscience.

  9. #17 by Anonymous on May 31, 2013 - 5:29 pm

    This is all new to me as I had a handout on my windshield last week at my school. I asked my daughter’s teacher about this and she told me that there is nothing to worry about and that all this is safe.

    How could everything on this site be off by 180 degrees from what I was told by my teacher? They must be aware of this information.

    • #18 by Veritas on June 2, 2013 - 9:55 pm

      Yes, and it’s scary that the teacher is contradicting all the experts on this. We’re supposed to be able to trust our children’s teacher, but it is evident we cannot.

  10. #19 by WC on May 31, 2013 - 5:57 pm

    Mr. Imbriano, you need to be asking for a copy of the District’s report on the emissions in question. That can be made available to you under a freedom of information/public records request with a nominal fee for copying. In addition, you need to find out whether average measurements or peak measurements were used in determining conformity to acceptable FCC standards. This is a very important distinction.

    As you continue to point out, even if the EMF/RF microwave emissions are in compliance, there are still multitudes of studies that clearly demonstrate that the potential health hazards of exposure are real.

    I applaud your courage, your tenacity and your wit. This is a remarkable undertaking and I wish you well. Although our children are now grown, I cannot help but wonder why the parents are not more involved. It is a strange dichotomy.

  11. #20 by Ray on June 1, 2013 - 7:53 am

    Parents, grandparents, and other community members who get this – please recognize that this needs to be more than about supporting Joe and his campaign.

    He is a brilliant and driven leader who has what it takes to pursue this the entire way – but only with your help.

    This all comes down to taking a stand. It’s a personal choice everyone needs to make. By himself, he’s just a passionate and well meaning dad on a crusade.

    When you take a stand next to him, it becomes a team, and then a group, and then ultimately the size it needs to be in order to accomplish this task.

    On a personal note, I never wanted to be an activist. The issue, however, is so incredibly serious, I decided that I had to fight for the children.

    Realize, that this is so easily addressed, if one thing happens:

    Many people collectively take a stand at once.

    When you take a stand, you give permission to others to do the same.

    • #21 by sayitlikeitis on June 1, 2013 - 9:59 am

      Ray is correct, we all need to step forward to do the right thing. This health issue will only increase, it’s not going away unless we do something to stop it.

      ps I never wanted to be an activist, either, but this is too important and people we count on to do the right thing just won’t.

  12. #22 by R.D. on June 1, 2013 - 3:59 pm

    We should picket a different school each time we demonstrate. Every parent needs to be aware of what FSD is doing to their children.

    • #23 by Anonymous on June 1, 2013 - 4:37 pm

      I agree and that is a great idea. The staff and the high ups don’t care about this info. Maybe the media will show up if enough people show up. When is the first one going to be?

      • #24 by Joe Imbriano on June 2, 2013 - 10:13 pm

        Please email me via the contact tab above. Thank you.

  13. #25 by R.D. on June 2, 2013 - 8:50 am

    We should picket in the morning when the parents are dropping off their children, and in the afternoon when they get out. We should also have handouts for every parent. Who else is interested?

    • #26 by Joe Imbriano on June 2, 2013 - 10:04 pm

      RD, I am working on putting one together-we have 7 days of school left. However we have all summer to demonstrate in front of the school district offices as board meetings continue throughout the summer. The cameras will come. RD email me your contact info to Thanks

    • #27 by Joe Imbriano on June 2, 2013 - 10:13 pm

      RD, we have 7 days of school left. We have all summer of school board meetings to look forward to. Please contact me and I will get you the details of our schedule. Thanks RD.

      Email me under the contact tab.

  14. #28 by mom 1 on June 3, 2013 - 10:54 am

    The district officials have orders as follows:

    Number one is to roll this technology out.
    Number two is to ignore and to discredit people like you.

    What I do not understand is why the five member elected body is silent? Are they not accountable to the public?

    • #29 by another mom on June 3, 2013 - 4:52 pm

      Yes, they are accountable to us, but continue to ignore our concerns. That’s why we have to get involved, because with a school board that remains silent, they cannot be trusted to do the right thing.
      This has been a real eye opener.
      Under the “what you can do” tab, there is an easy way to communicate your concerns to the school board.

    • #30 by Joe Imbriano on June 4, 2013 - 8:40 am

      If these five members were real leaders, they would investigate these health concerns and address these issues. They have chosen instead to ignore the small number of concerned parents as well as the large body of scientific evidence at this point.

  15. #32 by Susan B on June 3, 2013 - 6:44 pm

    The Fullerton School District likely has or going to receive grant money for installing wi-fi. Attend their public meetings, get it on tv and other media, and do stealth measurement. Go to and see the RF field meters available on right hand side (tile). The Cornet Electrosmog 78S meter is small and unobtrusive. Combine that with a digital camera that makes movies and you have a YouTube ready to upload. Don’t ask permission, do it! You are right, wi-fi is extremely dangerous, especially the commercial types they put in large buildings like schools and libraries.

    • #33 by Joe Imbriano on June 4, 2013 - 8:35 am

      I agree and I urge parents to do just that and spend a few dollars on something that can put these obscure invisible emissions into plain view and into perspective. Thank you for your post.

  16. #34 by smoking gun ; ) on June 4, 2013 - 9:26 am

    The “smoking gun” from the Tech Industry

    Back in 2004, a Swiss telecon company made these statements about the known radiation harms:

    Swiss Com is Switzerland’s leading telecoms provider, with 5.8 million mobile customers and around 1.6 million broadband connections. It is partially owned by the Swiss Government and has an “A” top business viability rating from Standard & Poors for investment purposes.

    The following Swiss Com document has specific wording on pages 2/3 regarding DNA damage and other important health issues. Also, it was after the government reviewed and approved the Swiss Com patent that they recommended wired connections wherever possible, and definitely in homes, schools, and anywhere that people spend time.

    “The risk of damage to health through electrosmog has also become better understood as a result of more recent and improved studies. When, for example, human blood cells are irradiated with electromagnetic fields, clear damage to hereditary material has been demonstrated and there have been indications of an increased cancer risk . . ”

    “. . . Thus it has been possible to show that mobile radio radiation can cause damage to genetic material, in particular in human white blood cells, whereby both the DNA itself is damaged and the number of chromosomes changed. This mutation can consequently lead to increased cancer risk. In particular, it could also be shown that this destruction is not dependent upon temperature increases, i. e. is non-thermal.”,54,506

    • #35 by Anonymous on June 4, 2013 - 11:12 am

      The FCC guidelines are what are being tested on your children. Quantitative results will be available in about 10- 15 years or sadly, maybe sooner.

  17. #36 by Veritas on June 4, 2013 - 3:29 pm

    Parents and community:

    The road we have long been traveling is deceptively easy, a smooth superhighway on which we progress with great speed, but at its end lies disaster.
    – Rachel Carson.

  18. #37 by Ray on June 4, 2013 - 3:54 pm

    There are already quantifiable results that have been signposts along the way. For example the work of Dr. Sam Milham M.D.

    He had a study published on high frequency voltage transients and their assoociation with increased cancer incidence in teachers in the La Quinta school in CA.'%20cancers.pdf

    Guess how the school responded?

    They ignored his decades of experience, this landmark discovery that could have saved many lives, and told him to go away.

    • #38 by Joe Imbriano on June 5, 2013 - 12:03 am

      An excerpt from the above article-
      ” In the 28 years since electromagnetic fields (EMFs) were first associated with cancer, a number of exposure metrics have been suggested. If our findings are substantiated, high frequency voltage transients are a new and important exposure metric and a possible
      universal human carcinogen similar to ionizing radiation.”

      WOW- similar to ionizing radiation? Of course it is potentially carcinogenic, and that study was based on 60Hz current coming from the utility company running through the walls. WiFi is 2.45GHz- a much higher frequency and is in almost all classrooms. Do we have 10 years to wait to see what is going to happen to the children?

      Ray, thank you for your comments. The dangers the kids face is no joke. These people cannot seem to get their arms around the fact that dangers that these microwave EMF emissions pose to the children are NON THERMAL in nature. The FCC guidelines are based on THERMAL effects.

  19. #39 by big guy on June 4, 2013 - 8:55 pm

    Hey, it’s ok the schools wouldn’t do anything that would be bad for the kids. relax

  20. #40 by senor picasso on June 4, 2013 - 10:54 pm

  21. #41 by Ray on June 5, 2013 - 5:55 am

    You’re welcome Joe.

    Here is another example that we can learn from:

    Love Canal. 1978.

    The board of education became aware that an elementary school was built on top of a toxic waste dump full of some of the most dangerous chemicals ever devised.

    Guess what they did with the information?

    They witheld it from the public as long as they could.

    Love Canal is in some ways an extremely beautiful story, at least to me, probably because of how powerful people can be when they come together demanding change.

    • #42 by Veritas on June 5, 2013 - 8:33 am

      I remember hearing about Love Canal, but I didn’t know the story.
      People CAN get together and prevail against an establishment (FSD) that is ignoring us. This story is uplifting, thanks.

  22. #43 by Ray on June 5, 2013 - 9:08 am

    Yes, there is alot to learn from Love Canal and from the passionate persistence of those community members.

  23. #44 by Anonymous on June 5, 2013 - 12:33 pm

    “Why does it appear that the F.S.D just doesn’t get it?” –

    Because they don’t believe in the Easter Bunny either. You guys are a bunch of nut jobs. If this stuff wasn’t safe, the government wouldn’t allow it in the schools, homes and offices all over the country.

    • #45 by one eye closed on June 5, 2013 - 1:04 pm

      All of the scientists and PHD holding researchers as well as all of us bloggers sounding the alarm appear to be getting in the way of all of the district employees’summer vacation plans. The science is real and at your fingertips on this and many other sites. Did it occur to you that there are those who are in positions of influence that make decisions that affect us all, who are either misinformed, ignorant, evil or all of the above? Do you blindly trust everything that the government tells you to believe? Do you have children in Fullerton schools?

    • #46 by another mom on June 5, 2013 - 1:29 pm

      “If this stuff wasn’t safe, the government wouldn’t allow it in the schools, homes and offices all over the country.”

      Ha, ha, yeah, just like the asbestos, cigarettes, Love Canal, thalidomide, etc. the government allowed. If you are counting on the government to keep you safe, good luck with that.

    • #47 by Joe Imbriano on June 5, 2013 - 2:06 pm

      I have to admit that is the first reaction most people have when confronted with information that challenges accepted societal norms. It is especially common with respect to things that are new and “sexy” like this incursion of wireless technology into our children’s lives.

      Folks, there is indeed a dark side to this immersion of our culture into this wireless abyss. I believe that dangers are real and the FCC guidelines don’t take into account the non-thermal effects of these emissions. We are not nut jobs, but rather nuts about keeping the children safe from the tentacles of a trillion dollar industry that has stepped on the gas with the FCC’s blessing. With the help of your local school administrators, it is headed right into their laps and in direct proximity to their developing brains, bodies and especially their sensitive developing reproductive areas.

      I don’t believe in the Easter Bunny. There is no shortage of medical experts that have come forward and gone on record stating that the microwave EMF emissions’ exposure is a threat to the health of our children and there are thousands of studies in the literature that back them up.

      I urge you to grow up, be objective and open your eyes instead of taking a cheap shot at the work of those who labor tirelessly in order to get the word out on this public health disaster in the making.

  24. #48 by let's experiment on Dr. Pletka on June 5, 2013 - 8:00 pm

    OK, all wise and wonderful, Dr. Pletka, before our children are subjected to this UNPRECEDENTED WiFi EMF radiation experiment, you be the FIRST to step up to the plate.
    We, the parents, insist that you sit in a room with a wifi router, 35 operating iPads at legal emission levels, 6 hrs/day for 180 day/year for 12 years.

    At the end of that time, you tell us how that worked out for you.

    Since you think it is OK to experiment on our kids, we must insist that you be experimented on FIRST.

    • #49 by Joe Imbriano on June 5, 2013 - 10:29 pm

      In all fairness to Dr. Pletka, he does have the backing of the FCC guidelines, the blessing of the FSD’s attorneys, their insurance company, the Department of Education at both the County and State and even Federal levels, the tech and wireless industry backed scientists, the FSD staff that asks how high when they are told to jump, and a Board of Trustees that puts all the aforementioned in front of us. I believe that he thinks that he is doing the right thing just as he did at all of his other stints with school districts abroad. I don’t think he can hold on to that mindset indefinitely, however, with the mounting scientific evidence to the contrary that we will continue to present him with.

      What do we have backing us? I believe that we have a mass of scientific facts,studies and evidence that will only continue to mount as the technology emerges that allows for the advanced computer modeling and sensitive detection methods that clearly prove that NON THERMAL mechanisms of microwave EMF emissions are nefariously at work in the bodies of our children. Wireless is the next big tobacco. You will see. Yes, I strongly believe that the truth is on our side. I believe that the truth has been held in unrighteousness for far too long. I believe that it has been held in a firm grip by those, who either by accident or design, continue to profit from the fallout and the wake of its ensuing misery. Today,the grip on that monopoly has begun to loosen as the cat is out of the bag and the genie ain’t goin’ back in the bottle.

      When you are on, what I believe to be, the right side of a wrong, you don’t need all that fancy fair weather company. Yes, for now, we are small parent group that dares to challenge, what I believe to be, an egregious error on the part of State of California Department of Education whose marching orders are simply being carried out by a local subsidiary here in Fullerton. We can only hope that someday very soon, that we won’t be so small, not held in derision, and we won’t be looked upon with such disdain by those whom we have entrusted to educate our children. In spite of it all, we will continue to expand our campaign of disseminating information here as well as abroad, and there will be no stopping that. The last 90 days has been absolutely astonishing in terms of the broadening scope and magnitude of our audience.

      In the meantime we will go about our business trying to stop the largest radiation experiment on children that the world has ever seen and we will do it with or without Dr. Pletka’s help.

      My promise to all of you who have chosen to visit and follow this blog is the following:
      We will stay the course, stick to the facts, and expand the quest to end the many scourges on our children and our loved ones whose causes, in my opinion, have been by design, hidden in plain view and have eluded the directed fields of research for decades. Our goal is to push the envelope because you have a right to know. Knowledge is power, ignorance is not bliss, and what you don’t know can hurt you. May I remind all involved that the truth will stand on its own and it is never too late to do the right thing. Cheers to all at the 90 day mark in The Fullerton Informer’s history. The future has never looked brighter my friends but the road ahead so rough, the inclines so steep, and the terrain so laden with pitfalls, so keep your eyes open.

      • #50 by Monica on November 25, 2013 - 8:56 am

        Thank you Mr. Imbriano.

  25. #51 by let's experiment on Dr. Pletka on June 5, 2013 - 8:04 pm

    We imagine you want to get started right away with this since there is no harm from this radiation environment, or so you convey.

    How about we get you started the day after school lets out for summer? That work for you?

    • #52 by Anonymous on November 26, 2013 - 9:37 pm

      I think it’s time to start irradiating Dr. Pletka. After all, he thinks it’s ok to irradiate our children.

      I do not like this guy.

  26. #53 by Anonymous on June 6, 2013 - 8:17 pm

    The FCC standards have been subjected to vigorous testings and studies, investigations and research of the scientific community. They would not allow something that is not safe to enter the market in this country and especially into the hands of our children.

    • #54 by Veritas on June 7, 2013 - 7:09 am

      Not true!
      The standards are out of date and the FCC is not enforcing the laws that are on the books:


      Understand the collusion between Tech Industry/NIH (National Institute of Health) in suppressing information contrary to Tech Industry interests. This is a C-Span video uploaded in 2009. Go to minute 4:00 where Dr. Davis starts explaining what happened when the researchers did not come up with data that was to the Tech Industries liking. It starts at 4:00 min:

      If you go digging, you can find information saying that EMF radiation from wireless is harmful, and there is a LOT of it. It is like falling into a bottomless pit of information.

      • #55 by Joe Imbriano on June 7, 2013 - 9:09 am

        Thank you for your post. Minds are beginning to unlock on this issue. We have all summer to reach the parents. The administrators have all summer to figure out how to address what they foolishly believe to be a public relations issue that is actually really a public health issue.

    • #57 by Ray on June 7, 2013 - 2:10 pm

      The FCC guildelines are really the crux of the problem, as they are so out of date and fail to provide any measure of protection.

      The primary problem is that they only acknowledge one single biological effect: The heating of bodily tissue.

      They completely ignore all other biological effects, despite literally thousands of peer reviewed studies which report a myriad of other effects including cancer, DNA damage, leakage of the blood brain barrier, infertility, etc.

      The FCC guidelines were drawn up in 1986, and only factor in research conducted before then. All research conducted over the last 25+ years is not even considered.

      Given that the FCC guidlines are so out of date, they also only consider the older type of radiation – namely continuous wave. They fail to consider the newer pulse-digital microwave radiation which is commonly used with such technology as WiFi. Pulse modulated radiation has been shown in numerous and highly reputable studies to cause biological damage at much lower levels.

      For more information, visit

      • #58 by Joe Imbriano on June 7, 2013 - 2:46 pm

        Ray, I just emailed your comments to the County Superintendent of Public Instruction who has been ignoring me as well as my Congressman. Ray, your clarity and distillation of the simple facts flies in the face of those public servants who, in my opinion, display complete blatant disregard for the general welfare of our children by completely ignoring the risks of classroom EMF exposure.

        Ray, your website exposes these officials to more than enough ample evidence to logically persuade any rational person to employ a precautionary approach at the very least. More studies need to be done on animals before they are allowed to continue on our school children.

    • #59 by powerwatch on November 27, 2013 - 8:51 pm

      Some of the latest-generation consoles (XBOX 360, Nintendo Wii, Sony Playstation 3) are all wirelessly enabled. These all have thewireless controllers, and have integrated WiFi. Some modern handheld consoles (Nintendo DS, Sony PSP) also have WiFi built in.

      There is currently no research either way on WiFi at the moment, however WiFi enabled devices give off similar strength EMFs as an average Mobile Phone Mast would give at under 100m. There is strong scientific evidence for mobile phone masts causing a variety of serious health issues, so we consider it prudent to take a precautionary approach and avoid prolonged use of WiFi enabled devices.

  27. #60 by Anonymous on June 7, 2013 - 1:28 pm

    Joe, this one’s for you brother:

    • #61 by Anonymous on June 7, 2013 - 1:36 pm

      …because you are doing the right thing and we know that you will continue to.

  28. #62 by Ray on June 8, 2013 - 5:05 am


    There is an enormous amount of evidence that shows WiFi is a serious health issue and that our current safety guidelines are unprotective of human health.

    These are clear and irrefutable facts. It is simply impossible for something to be safe if thousands of studies show it to be unsafe.

    The issue then, really, is facing this reality.

    Sometimes this feels like standing in a drug-infested neighborhood and handing out health literature on the dangers of substance abuse.

    Addiction and avoidance are the problems. Will a crack dealer go straight for the benefit of his or her children? Or is the issue so serious that it becomes necessary for outside intervention?

    People are incredibly good at ignoring the issues they don’t want to face. Whoever posted that the government would never allow WiFi to be on the market if it were truely harmful represents, in a clear and vivid way, denial of the facts.

    This is why it is so important that those who get it make a stand together for the health of the children. It is up to us.

  29. #63 by questions for Mr. Pletka on July 8, 2013 - 9:11 pm

    “It is important to inform you that the District cannot guarantee that your child or any other student in our school district will be free of contact from Wi-Fi energy.” Robert Pletka, Ed.D.

    That’s a first, terming radiation as “energy.” Call it as it is, Mr. Pletka, it’s radiation. The Wi-Fi classrooms you are pushing are responsible for the radiation inflicted on our kids.

    And, if you had read the letters from scientists and researchers, you would know what they know. They know the harmful effects of the classroom environment you are pushing: leakage of the blood brain barrier, DNA breaks, cardiovascular problems, increased risk of cancer, and the list goes on.

    Your classroom WiFi radiation exposure is without the permission of the parent.

    Does any school district have the right to make this decision for the parents?

    As the scientists are telling us, radiation exposure results in impaired reproductive health, cell manufacture of stress proteins, and the list goes on.

    Once again, does any school district have the right to make this decision for the parents?

    You claim the “District shares your desire to ensure all students have a safe learning environment.” How could you EVER make such a claim when you won’t look at the health risks?

    Mr. Pletka: Since you continue on with this radiation experiment on our children and will not even look at the warnings of experts, are there any limitations on what you think you can subject our children to?

    • #64 by Monica on November 24, 2013 - 10:07 pm

      Did he ever respond to any of this?

  30. #65 by amateur night on November 29, 2013 - 7:18 pm

    You know what? All five of these so called board members need to go sianara. Cats got their political lenguas.

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