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Agenda 21 Alert!! 9 Апреля 2014, 7 вечера (Apr. 9 2014, 7PM) Shasta College Bd. of Trustees, at meeting, 2 consider possible пограм (pogram) of Christian clubs from list of recognised student groups!

Started by Товарищ. Last reply by Товарищ Apr 10. 2 Replies

Agenda 21 Alert!!  9 Апреля 2014, 7 вечера (Apr. 9 2014, 7PM) Shasta College Bd. of Trustees, at their reg. meeting, to consider possible пограм (pogram) of Christian clubs from list of recognised…Continue

10 Июля 2013, 5:30 вечера (July 10 2013, 5:30 PM) Shasta College Bd. of Trustees Agenda Highlights

Started by Товарищ Jul 6, 2013. 0 Replies

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Disclosure.

Started by J.. Last reply by Wright Winger Apr 1, 2011. 4 Replies

I'm just wondering if anyone knows exacly how much the School Board of any District needs to reveal to the public.  I researched and I can't find where in State Law that the Board and the School…Continue

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Comment by Товарищ on June 13, 2012 at 9:22pm

Update on June 13 2012 Shasta College Bd. of Trustees' meeting concerning gender-identity proposal on Agenda:

I delivered my speech, one wherein I spoke out in defense of 1st Amendment free speech, there was neither deliberation nor discussion amongst any of the Board members on this particular item. Nothing did any of them say, pro or con. No questions did any of them ask concerning the proposal. There was no attempt of any kind to even amend the proposal to ensure overriding & unanbiguous protection of 1st Amendment free speech protections. No such thing did any of them bring up. (Insert cricket-chirp sound effect here.) Motion to approve policy proposal, unamended, was made. It was seconded. It was unanimously approved. Swendiman was present at meeting & was among those voting.

Comment by Товарищ on June 12, 2012 at 2:35pm

Gender-Identity policy on Shasta College Bd. of Trustees June 13 2012 Agenda just as was on May 9 2012 Agenda: 

 

Take a look deep into Agenda Item 9.5 "First Reading of Revised or New Board Policies."  Deep within that, take a look at this (something proposed to be added to AP 3430).  And remember, this is all under the overall policy goal of addressing “gender identity ‘discrimination.’”:    
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(See pg. 86 of Agenda Packet, a.k.a. pg. 87 of .pdf): 
 
Verbal or Written:  The display or circulation of [...] OR (emphasis not in Agenda Packet) discriminatory material (such as, for example, anything promoting traditional (man-woman) marriage), that degrades ("degrades," now there's a thing sufficiently ambiguous to trigger litigation, or at least a chilling effect on heterodoxical* ideas, anyhow) an individual or group based on [...] sexual orientation or other protected status.  This may include, but is not limited to, posters, cartoons, drawings, graffiti, reading materials (purging of library, anyone?), computer graphics, or electronic media transmissions (i.e., "private" e-mails, perhaps). 
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Such a policy proposal can very easily be used as weapon against free speech & the circulation & development of heterodoxical ideas.  Without free speech, without the freedom to formulate heterodoxical ideas, liberty, itself is in most certain peril.  How interesting it is that in the name of "tolerance," the very opposite of the term may end up becoming official policy.  Now, remember, this is a college environment.  So they all love to clothe their rhetoric in the language of “tolerance” & “acceptance of alternative lifestyle expressions.”  So, if you’re going to make comment, be sure to use the language of “tolerance” to express your love for liberty, for political heterodoxy, for the freedom to formulate & to circulate heterodoxical ideas, etc.  For such is the fertile soil from whence come new ideas, concepts, etc., etc.  And is not the academic institution supposed to be a place where differing ideas can be discussed amongst those who have yet to form an underlying life philosophy, anyway? 
 
The Agenda Packet can be found at
http://www.shastacollege.edu/boardagenda.aspx  Click on the link to June 13, 2012 Board Meeting Packet

The Board meets in the 100 Bldg. 
 
Meeting Location: 
Board Room, 100 Administration Building 
11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding, CA
 
Meeting Time:  7:00 PM, Wed. June 13 2012
 
Agenda Item 5.:  Call for Requests From The Audience to Speak to Any Item ON the Agenda.
 
Agenda Item 9.5: Second Reading of Revised or New Board Policies.

Comment by Elizabeth on September 9, 2011 at 5:21pm
September 14th@ 5:00 pm...a public hearing on school curriculum in Shasta County.  Meeting to be held at SCOE (Shasta County Office of Education), corner of Placer and Magnolia.
Comment by Elizabeth on April 14, 2011 at 2:55pm

http://www.pacificjustice.org/books-and-brochures

 

Check out the above link to the book " Reclaim Your School" by Pacific Justice Institute. Available for a minimum donation.

Comment by Elizabeth on April 4, 2011 at 12:30pm
Phone number for Enterprise Elementary District:  224-4100
Comment by Elizabeth on April 4, 2011 at 12:28pm

School Board Meetings this week: (call to confirm first!)

 

Wednesday, April 6th / 6:15 p.m.

Enterprise Elementary School District

1155 Mistletoe Lane / Family Literacy Center

Redding, CA 96002

District Website:
http://www.enterprise.k12.ca.us

 

Thursday, April 7th / 7:00 p.m.

Gateway Unified School District

4411 Mountain Lakes Blvd.

Redding, CA 96003

(530) 245-7900

District Website:

http://www.gateway-schools.org/

 

 

 

Comment by Elizabeth on April 3, 2011 at 9:08am
I do know that they follow (or should) the Brown Act, just as the City Council and the Board of Supervisors do.  There are specific rules involving public meetings.
Comment by Elizabeth on February 15, 2011 at 7:43pm
A special board meeting for Redding School District was announced tonight at their regular meeting.  I guess that qualifies as a 72 hour public notice.  The special meeting will be on Friday @ 4pm at the Redding School District office on South Bonnyview Rd.
Comment by Elizabeth on February 15, 2011 at 9:49am

Attached is a list of some school board meetings taking place this week.  If there is one listed that is YOUR school board district, please make every effort to attend and become informed!

 

School%20Board%20Meetings%20for%20the%20week%20of%20February%2014.doc

 

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