A Florida second-grader was reportedly suspended a total of 36 days and disciplined in school for violating the school district’s mask mandate.
Fiona, a student in Palm Beach County, was served her first punishment Aug. 31, according to The Free Press. Since then, she has faced other in-school and out-of-school disciplinary actions.
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“Fiona has changed her priorities a bit and is on a mission to take back not only her rights but every American child’s constitutional rights from the tyrant school board being operated by a financial expert who has no knowledge of how to safely and effectively run the 10th largest school district in America,” Fiona’s mother, Bailey Lashells, said, reported The Free Press.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced an executive order in July banning mask mandates in schools. The order protected parents’ rights to choose whether or not to mask their children while in school. A Florida judge ultimately shot down the order.
Starting Nov. 15, parents will be able to opt their children out of wearing masks at school, the school district announced Thursday in a press release. (Read more from “Second Grader Suspended for Over a Month After Violating Mask Rule” HERE)
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