Georgia Schools

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Petition to Ben Raffensperger

Kemp-Butler Recall: Their Failure With Georgia's Corona Virus Epidemic-Pandemic & Support

We The Citizens of Georgia, have witnessed more than 14,000 Georgians Die of Covid-19, and known 850,000 with Covid-19 and recognize the massive failures of governments at city, county, state and federal levels, caused by eighty-five years of democrat-republican illegal monopoly We Recognize Georgia Public Broadcasting, CNN, and Television and Radio Broadcasters all Private Businesses - Have enforced this inept two-party monopoly We Recognize Private Political Groups Caused America to Have the World's #1 Covid Rate - 27 Million of 326 Million Citizens - Two and One-Half Times Higher Than #2 India, 11 Million of 1.4 Billion We Recognize All democrat and republican office holders must leave office and will only leave office by New Elections or avoidably, by revolution THEREFORE *NEW ELECTIONS* MUST BE HELD by PAPER BALLOT ONLY COUNTED AT EACH PRECINCT BY ANY PRECINCT VOTERS DESIRING TO WITTNESS Raffensperger, As of 2.4.21 and 2.5.21, Choosing Not to Publish on his self-controlled Wikipedia page, He Is Born in Canada, has no Business as Georgia Secretary of State and must admit and deliver himself to the United States Magistrate Atlanta for Voluntary Imprisonment. Demand Begun by Sixth Generation Georgian Paul Douglas Hale  2020 FEC Registered Independent for President, non-AIP/IPA Presidential Special Agent, Clinton-Bush; Nathan Hale and William Baynard Hale University Senator, Clayton State University, Health Sciences Degree Awarded, 2005; Sworn to Georgia and U.S. Constitutions  Infectious Diseases EMT, South Fulton Hospital (Atlanta Medical Center South), East Point, 1992 Nurse Extern, DeKalb Medical Center Shock-Trauma-Federal Stroke Research Emergency Room, 1992 Emergency Medical Technician Firefighter, DeKalb County, 1980 Nominee, Volunteer of the Year, Atlanta Journal Constitution, 1982 (AJC Never reporting 2020 Candidacy or current Twitter posts) American Red Cross CPR and First Aid Instructor, 1982-1992 Quartermaster Rank, Sea Explorer Ship 146, Eastland Road UMC, 1977 Order of the Arrow Honor Camping Society, Brotherhood Rank, Egwa Tawa Dee Lodge, Decatur, GA, 1975 Eagle Scout, Troop 146 1973-1977 WEBELOS Award, Pack 146, 1973 Law Enforcement Explorer, Post 377, DeKalb Sheriff's Department, 1978-79 Community Watch Organizer at Sixteen, Eastland Heights, DeKalb Police Department, 1977 Drum Major and Soccer Team Captain, Four State and National Records, Walker (McNair Sr.) High School: Saxophone, Tuba Forward Center, 1973-1978 Vice-Chairman, The Citizen's Steering Committee, The Atlanta Child Murders, 1981-1983 Note: My Legal H1B Visa Fiancee, Now resides in Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Where Raffensperger Came From And Ask Why Ontario Senator Romeo Dallaire, now, also a United Nations Diplomat, Refuses to Contact Paul Douglas Hale:  Dalliaire, is the Canada Army Lieutenant General Who Led UN Peacekeeping Forces in Rwanda "To protect Tusi" from the Documented More Than 350,000 Hutu Genocide.  

Paul Douglas Hale
116 supporters
This petition won 5 months ago

Petition to Chris Ragsdale, Jaha Howard, Randy Scamihorn, Governor Brian Kemp

Reinstate Face to Face learning option for Cobb County Schools

The purpose of this petition is to regain our rights to choose, as parents and tax payers in Cobb County, GA, to send our children to school utilizing the traditional classroom setting. On 7/10/2020, the Cobb County School Board informed the residents of Cobb County that we would have 2 options from which to choose for the beginning of the  2020-2021 school year.  The 2 options available were face to face learning and virtual learning. On 7/16/20, the Cobb County Superintendent, Chris Ragsdale, arbitrarily made the decision to eliminate the face to face learning option completely. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, “We recognize that children learn best when physically present in the classroom. But children get much more than academics at school. They also learn social and emotional skills at school, get healthy meals and exercise, mental health support and other services that cannot be easily replicated online…”.  Additionally, the current AAP recommendation for screen time per day is limited to 1 hour or less.  Virtual learning would far exceed this medical recommendation.   Many families require both parents working outside of the home.  Virtual learning is not conducive to this kind of family structure as neither parent would be available to provide instruction. Some children live in abusive situations where time spent at school is their only safety and reprieve.  Many others receive their only substantial meal while at school for the day.  Still other students have special needs that only a school setting with the properly trained staff is qualified to provide.  Personally, our children are very unsettled and upset by the decision to eliminate face to face learning; after nearly 5 months, they were looking forward to returning to the classroom.   Furthermore, we pay hefty taxes for the privilege of being in one of the best school districts in the state of Georgia, with some of the best teachers.  We, as parents, whether working from home or outside of the home, are not qualified, trained, or educated in the way these teachers are and cannot provide the quality of instruction and education that the classroom setting does.  It is truly detrimental to the children's education experience and will set them back academically, emotionally, and mentally for the coming years. We strongly feel that the decision to eliminate face to face learning leaving only the  remote virtual learning choice is a one size fits all approach in which only one viewpoint is accommodated.  It simply works for only those who want it this way.  However, many others do not want virtual learning for their children due to the AAP's recommendation and the associated negative impacts to the childrens' health and well-being.  For the reasons stated above, we, the Parents, petition to regain our choice of face to face learning for the 2020-2021 school year.  

Michael Shelley
9,608 supporters