Its time to unmask our children at school and end unnecessary requirements!

Its time to unmask our children at school and end unnecessary requirements!

February 6, 2022
Petition to
Whiteville City Schools and 2 others
Signatures: 130Next Goal: 200
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Why this petition matters

Started by Chasity Wachter

Toolkits used by other states to keep children in schools safely without masks.

Who is in charge of your children and their mental, physical, and emotional health and well-being ? Parents or elected officials? 
The obvious answer is parents have this fundamental right to make decisions concerning the care of their children. 

Masking in schools was intended to be temporary, and there needs to be an exit ramp from these policies. Children have been suffering from mask effects for two years, and enough is enough. At this point, teachers and other adults have all had the opportunity to be vaccinated, and if they feel uncomfortable or are at higher risk, they can wear a mask. Likewise, if parents do not yet feel comfortable with their children going maskless, or their child is at higher risk medically, they are free to continue masking. 

What is the end game? Are our children to mask for the foreseeable future all the while concerts, stadiums and packed bars parade maskless? It’s also time to put an end to the madness of unnecessary requirements, unnecessary quarantines and contact tracing. Well children should never be sent home to quarantine! If staff or students become ill and/or test positive, at that point they should quarantine for 5 days. Stop overwhelming school nurses and quarantining well children with these futile requirements! 

It is beyond time to stand up for our children, their rights and our rights as parents!
So many states are ending mask mandates! Kudos to Union County Schools!
 North Carolina, please join me in the fight for your children and grandchildren’s rights to unmask in North Carolina public schools systems. 

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Signatures: 130Next Goal: 200
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Decision Makers

  • Whiteville City Schools
  • NC Department of Education
  • Kim Smith