What do you mean you won’t forward this information?

On Saturday, March 23rd, I was peacefully handing out literature with my daughter for this website to parents in waiting cars and on foot on the sidewalk at Acacia Elementary School-recently rated the number one elementary school in Orange County by the O.C. Register. THIS IS GROUND ZERO FOR THE DISTRICT WIDE ROLL OUT OF WIRELESS CLASSROOMS IN THE FSD.  The information was well received by all except for one parent who I respectfully thanked for his honesty.  When all of the parents had left, I entered the school grounds and approached a familiar group that was curiously watching me that consisted of the principal, several of my children’s teachers, and a non-school district employee who happens to be the foundation president.  I walked up to them and politely handed them a reprint on the blog stories.  Before I handed them the flyer, I stated that I would like to formally present each of you with this information.  I handed it to each of them and they willingly accepted it.  The principal then looked at the information with what appeared to be astonishment and handed it back to me.  She told me that I cannot hand out this information on school property.  The principal then ordered her employees and the one non-employee to return the information to me, which they all did, except for one teacher.  Were they under any obligation to return the material to me?  The foundation president not being an employee certainly was not and the teachers who, clearly all knew who I was, were not really either.  It was a matter of personal choice.  I was simply formally putting school personnel on notice that there is a possible danger on campus that they and the students are all being exposed to.  I then remarked that I will go back to the sidewalk with my daughter, and we did.

Subsequently, I emailed this information to the principal and politely asked her to forward this information to her staff.  After several days,  I asked her  if she forwarded this information to her staff and she said that she did not.  Was the principal within her rights on Saturday?  Was I?  Legally it could be pretty dicey.  However, one could easily argue that in the context of how they were approached as well as how the  event unfolded,  it could go both ways.  I was not passing out obscene material.  I have seen far more questionable material come home with my children like repeated advertisements to a local  bar, and the freaky book catalogue that the school peddles for fundraising.  I digress.  The principal knows who I am and I believe has known about this blog and this information for some time as she was one my first points of contact with regards to this issue.  The foundation president clearly knows who I am as she lives next door to me.  Also, I announced this information at the most recent Board of Trustees meeting on March 12.  By the way, with the exception of ONE elected representative,  since the board  meeting  and the 3-25-13 mass emailing to EVERY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE in the entire district, not one employee from all 20 campuses in the entire district has reached out to me at all.  No questions, no comments, no responses like “thank you for your email”,  no “we will look into this”, nothing, nada, zip.  By the way, every one of those teachers present at that little huddle has had, or continues to have direct contact with my children at this school.

I personally like technology as long as the benefit is not eclipsed by the risks.  Hardwired devices are really the only safe alternative and that is all we want to make evidently clear to all involved.  Mastery of the  technology by our children can be equally accomplished both safely and effectively with hard wiring.  Sounds simple enough doesn’t it?

So what are all these people at the district afraid of?  Is this information dangerous?  I believe that it is.  I believe that this information represents a perspective that the industry and the administrators NEVER told you about and sure looks like they don’t want you to know about.  It gets in the way of what the industry, with the help of local school administrators,  have planned for YOUR CHILDREN-turning them into lifetime customers at a very young age.  These corporations have been dangling carrots in front of the administrators for years with goodies and strings attached.  I wish these devices had strings instead of antennae.  Perhaps, if you knew about the possible dangers, you would say no and thwart the industry’s insidious marketing strategy which aims to place these high frequency microwave transmitters squarely in every school age child’s lap in the entire country- in direct proximity to their sensitive, developing reproductive areas.  No Joe, scientists say it is safe you say?  Guess what?  There are just as many scientists that say that it is not.  See all the prior posts and links on this site.  So why then, when they are your kids, at a school paid for with your tax  money, staffed by people paid for with your tax money, is there not FULL DISCLOSURE of the potential dangers of this technology?  What is with the silent treatment?  They tell you when they spray the Monsanto “Roundup” on the grass.  Why is that?  Did your tech night handouts mention any risks associated with these wireless laptops or tablets in your kids laps for 6-8 hours a day?  Why didn’t  cigarettes have warning labels for decades?  Great questions. This technologically intrusive blind leap is problematic on many fronts.  Quite a Saturday morning, to say the least, and one rife with unteachable lessons from a school district where “learning for a lifetime” is ironically embossed on all the district’s vehicles.

Maybe the pledge of allegiance recited every morning needs to have a more in depth study undertaken by all certificated personnel.  In the meantime, we will simply go back to the sidewalk with our side of the story that you all have a right to know.  In addition, we will continue to make it explicitly clear that we will not supply our children as the test subjects for, what I believe, is about to become the largest radiation experiment on children in human history.  We also hope after you get your hands on this forbidden information, that you won’t either.

  1. #1 by Anonymous on March 29, 2013 - 3:00 pm

    You go Joe!

  2. #2 by Anonymous on March 29, 2013 - 4:26 pm

    damn straight

  3. #3 by shocked on March 29, 2013 - 7:29 pm

    Mr. Imbraino. I am extremely concerned with what you have laid out here. I am in utter dismay at the apathy you are running into with people that I thought truly cared. This is truly disturbing indeed.

    • #4 by Joe Imbriano on March 30, 2013 - 6:01 pm

      Thank you for your post. I too am concerned but not surprised at their apathy. It is endemic at most levels of education. This issue, however, is not a bake sale controversy. The ramifications of these decisions have far reaching consequences. The damage could take years to show up.

      • #5 by Fullerton Lover on March 31, 2013 - 6:47 am

        You may want to enlist the support of Fullerton School Board Member, Chris Thompson.

        I’ve personally found Chris to be a stand up guy who has never waverered when it comes time to challenge the status quo whenever our children’s welfare is at stake.

        • #6 by Joe Imbriano on March 31, 2013 - 9:01 am

          Fullerton Lover. I would like to welcome you here. Please email contact me at info@thefullertoninformer.com. I would like to speak with you.

  4. #7 by Anonymous on March 29, 2013 - 8:35 pm

    Very well said. When will you be back on the sidewalk?

  5. #9 by dianeh on March 29, 2013 - 11:27 pm

    I am with you, Joe. Let me know what I can do to help. We will prevail.

  6. #10 by Anonymous on March 30, 2013 - 3:17 am

    Good luck getting them to listen.

  7. #11 by Ray on March 30, 2013 - 6:37 am

    Great work Joe.

    To others in the area, the silent treatment only works if there but a few protestors. It does not work when the numbers grow and the TV crew shows up.

    Take it on together.

    • #12 by dianeh on March 30, 2013 - 10:16 am


    • #13 by Joe Imbriano on March 30, 2013 - 5:54 pm

      Ray, thank you for all you have done to help the cause with your website. The truth will garner a following and the more it is resisted by the administrators, the more evident it will become.

  8. #14 by dianeh on March 30, 2013 - 10:39 am

    “What are these guys afraid of?”

    They are afraid of looking at information that has the potential to disrupt and discredit their positions/livelihoods. When the truth does come out, the more they have resisted, the more the parents and public will distrust them. They are choosing to risk the health of the children, rather than look at the facts and adjust accordingly.

    • #15 by Anonymous on March 30, 2013 - 12:11 pm

      The only thing they care about is the next cup of coffee and the next day off. They could care less about you Mr. Imbriano.

      • #16 by Joe Imbriano on March 30, 2013 - 5:55 pm

        We shall see what means more to them, the kids or …….

    • #17 by Joe Imbriano on March 30, 2013 - 5:58 pm

      I believe that you are absolutely correct, Diane.

  9. #18 by dianeh on March 30, 2013 - 10:02 pm

    Teachers, administrators, FSD board members: If you are reading this, your role is one that requires public trust. You have a moral duty to make sure that our children are in a safe environment. That includes addressing the EM radiation issues being brought forward at this website. Unless each of you can guarantee to all of the parents (which you cannot), the safety of our children, the use of these tablets is unethical. We are here to make sure that the truth comes out and our children are in a safe learning environment.

  10. #19 by one more on April 1, 2013 - 9:23 pm

    Someone has to stand up for the children. They need a voice. Administrators have been megalomaniacs for far too long. Their behavior on this one will have egg on their faces. I cannot believe in light of all that you have presented, that they refuse to engage you. We are with you on this one Joe. It made for great discussion yesterday.

    • #20 by Joe Imbriano on April 1, 2013 - 11:00 pm

      Thank you for your post and I appreciate your kind words this morning. Tell a friend. We will keep you posted.

  11. #21 by Anonymous on April 3, 2013 - 8:11 am

    Thank you.

  12. #22 by think twice on April 5, 2013 - 5:15 pm

    It is ironic how they are so protective of the children but ignore the elephant in the room. Nicely worded Joe.

  13. #23 by Anonymous on April 16, 2013 - 11:03 am

    cool post

  14. #24 by dianeh on April 19, 2013 - 10:56 am

    Will someone at FSD please acknowledge the ELEPHANT in the room?

    • #25 by Joe Imbriano on April 19, 2013 - 6:21 pm

      Thank you for your post. I believe the FSD already has. I think that they believe the elephant in the room is US. They better build a bigger room because this elephant isn’t going to stop growing.

  15. #26 by Anonymous on April 25, 2013 - 10:43 am

    They are just doing their job.

    • #27 by mom1 on April 25, 2013 - 3:42 pm

      Do you care to elaborate on that?

  16. #28 by Anonymous on April 25, 2013 - 6:01 pm

    So am I to understand that the Orange County Register stated that they refuse to cover this controversial issue?

    Are they the same ones who ranked this the number one school in Orange County? What criteria did they use in determining that?

    • #29 by Joe Imbriano on May 8, 2013 - 10:18 pm

      Yes, that is correct. They refused to carry this story. As far as their criteria for the number one school slot, it appears to be very vague and subjective. You may want to contact the school and ask them.

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