Register TODAY to Speak at Conejo Valley School Board Meeting Tuesday night Dec 14 against Jab & Mask Mandates
mon13dec2:15 pmmon2:15 pmRegister TODAY to Speak at Conejo Valley School Board Meeting Tuesday night Dec 14 against Jab & Mask Mandates2:15 pm - 2:15 pm
REGISTER to speak only on zoom against Governor Newsom’s mask and [email protected] mandates. Please register to speak against it for both private, charter and public schools. Thank you if
REGISTER to speak only on zoom against Governor Newsom’s mask and [email protected] mandates. Please register to speak against it for both private, charter and public schools. Thank you if you want to help speak out and support the parents trying to stop it.
Conejo Valley USD Covid-19 Mandates FAQ here
5:00 P.M. Closed Session
6:00 P.M. Open Session
Location: Via teleconference (Zoom Webinar)
In alignment with AB 361, the Board of Education will host its scheduled meeting on December 14, 2021 virtually for members of the public:
– To watch Open Session in real time via Zoom webinar, please register at: https://conejousd-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_v-AOlvAzRrKVW3TlueURaA
– To watch via the internet live stream, please visit: http://www.conejousd.org/Board-of-Education/Board-Meeting-Videos-Watch-Live (slight delay)
– The meeting can also be watched via regular broadcast on television (slight delay)
Members of the public may speak on an agenda item or during the Public Comments portion of the Board meeting on an item that is not listed on the agenda through the following options:
– On Closed Session agenda items via Zoom Webinar: https://conejousd-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RU2dSIAZTuWMSEYEtUmk6A (in real time) – Please note that Closed Session requires a separate registration from the Open Session portion, as it is a separate webinar. Attendees can request to provide public comments during Closed Session, but will be removed from the remainder of Closed Session meeting after the public comments session has ended.
From their website re: tomorrow’s meeting
Agenda Item Details
Should the Board of Education fulfill the request of a community member to draft and approve a resolution (example attached) taking a formal stance against Governor Newsom’s anticipated vaccine mandate?
A community member has formally requested that CVUSD draft and approve a resolution (example attached) taking a formal stance against Governor Newsom’s anticipated vaccine mandate. (BB 9322)
Per Board Policy 5141.31 – Immunizations – To protect the health of all students and staff and to curtail the spread of infectious diseases, the Governing Board shall cooperate with state and local public health agencies to encourage and facilitate immunization of all district students against preventable diseases.
Per the CVUSD Forward Website (see attached) – The most frequently asked questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine requirement for students into this new CVUSD FAQ:
Other CVUSD Board Policies that would not be aligned with the approval of this resolution:
Per Board Policy 5141.22 – Infectious Diseases – The Governing Board desires to protect students from risks posed by exposure to infectious diseases while providing an appropriate education for all students. The Board recognizes that prevention and education are the most effective means of limiting the spread of infectious diseases.
Per Board Policy 3320 – Claims and Actions Against the District – The Governing Board desires to conduct District operations in a manner that minimizes risk, protects District resources, and promotes the health and safety of students, staff, and the public.
Per Board Policy 5141 – Health Care and Emergencies – The Governing Board recognizes the importance of taking appropriate action whenever an emergency threatens the safety, health, or welfare of a student at school or during school-sponsored activities.
State and County Public Health Websites:
Per the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Guidance: – https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/K-12-Guidance-2021-22-School-Year.aspx
Per the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Memo – Minors must have consent from their legal parent/guardians to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Options for consent are outlined in this November 3, 2021 memo, “Pfizer Vaccine Minor Consent Guidance,” from the CDPH
Ventura County Public Health (VCPH) Website – https://www.venturacountyrecovers.org/school-information/
(Monday) 2:15 pm - 2:15 pm