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Page 1 of 14 From: cc: Office of the Governor Glenn Youngkin cc: Lieutenant Governor Winsome Sears cc: Attorney General Jason Miyares ce: Sheriff Mike Chapman To: Dr. Scott Ziegler Ms, Atoosa Reaser Ms, Brenda Sheridan Mr. tan Serotkin Mr. Jeff Morse Mr. Tom Marshall Mr. Harris Mahedavi Mr. Andrew Hoyler Ms. Denise Corbo Notice by Affidavit of Remonstrance and Maladministration [Demand to Cease and Desist all CRT and r/t Programs} [Demand to Dedicate Restrooms to Male, Female, Transgender, and Staff] [Demand to Cease and Desist Enforcing Unconstitutional Covid-19 Mandates} [Demand for full disclosure of incidents regarding sexual abuse and protections against such abuse in the future] [Demand for appropriate vetting and full participation by parents in choosing appropriate sstructional materials] [Demand to Cease and Desist in requiring students to participate in surveys without appropriate parental consent| Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal and Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent cones row A one ofthe Constitution, Bill of Rights, Article 1 Section 2), Sui Juris, in this Court of Record, making the following claims, that you and/any or all “People” as seen in the Commonwealth of Vi of your agents may provide due care; Virginia Constitution, Bil of Rights, Article | Section 2: People the Source of Power: “That all power is vested in, and consequently derived from, the people, that magistrates are their trustees and servants, and af all times amenable ¢o them.” Please take Notice, Affiant Remonstrates this Loudoun County Public School Board for: 1) its failure to protect the Loudoun County children from harm; 2) for failing to provide a safe and secure campus; 3) for failure to provide ethical and morally appropriate reading materials per age group; 4) for failure to take appropriate and or corrective action when severe infractions and/or crimes occurred on school property; and further, 5) for Virginia Code and Virginia Constitutional violations of the Rights of the “People” on the campuses and at the School Board Meetings. This school board exists to oversee the activities of the school system for this district, ensuring that all students may have the best possible experience and outcome. The school board’s primary purpose is to establish policies and to make sure they are implemented properly. To remind this school board of its original purpose, please review the following information: Vins L 2% that the school Jaws are properly explained, enforced, and observed. Powers and duti A school board shall: 2. Secure, by visitation or otherwise, as full information as possible about the conduct of the public schools in the schoo! division and take care that they are conducted according to law and with the utmost efficiency. 5. Insofar as not inconsistent with state statutes and regulations of the Board of Education, operate and maintain the public schools in the school division and determine the length of the school term, the studies (0 be pursued, the methods of teaching and the government to be employed in the schools. 7. Perform such other duties as shall be prescribed by the Board of Eduention or as arc imposed by law. Page 2 of 14 LPCS Pol ‘OF CoNDUt HOOL BOARI ER: To promote the highest ethical standards of governance and thercin fo build and sustain the public trust, the Loudoun County School Board delineates the following Code of Conduct to be upheld by each of i members. A. Asa member of my local School Board, representing all residents of Loudoun County, I recognize: 1. That the residents of Loudoun County have entrusted me with the educational development of the children and youth of this community. 2. That the public expects my first and greatest concern to be in the best interest of each and every one of these young people without distinction as to who they are or what their background may be. 3. That the future welfare of this community, of this State, and of the Nation depends in the k upon the quality of education we provide in the public schools to ft the needs of every learn 4. That my fellow board members and I should take thi ive in helping the people of this community to hhave the faets about their schools, to the end that they will provide the lest possible school program, school staff, and school facilities. 5. That legaily the authority of the Board is derived from the State which ultimately controls the organization and operation of the schoo! district and which determines the degree of diseretionary power left with the Board and the pcople of this community for the exercise of local autonomy. 6. That I must never neglect my personal obligation to the community and my legal obligation to the State, ‘nor surrender these responsibilities to any other person, group, or organization; but that, beyond these, | havea moral and civic obligation to the Nation which can remain strong and free only so long as public schools in the United States of America are kept free and strong. B. In view of the foregoing consideration, it shall be my constant endeavor: 2. To recognize that itis as important for the Board to understand and evaluate the educational program of the schools as itis to plan for the business of sehool operation, and thus it shall be my duty to thoroughly research all issues to the best of my ability so that my decisions may he in the best interests of my ‘constituents and the school distriet as a whole. 5. Ta base my personal decision upon all available facts in each situ: in every case, unswayed by bias of any kind. 7. To resist every temptation and outside pressure to use my position as a school board member to benefit either myself or any other individual or agency apart from the total interest of the school district. 9. To welcome and encourage active cooperation by Loudoun County residents, organizations, and the media of communication in the district with respect to establishing policy on current school operation and proposed future developments. 10, Finally, to strive step by step toward ideal conditions for most effective school board service to my community, in a spirit of teamwork and devotion to public education as the greatest instrument for the reservation of perpetuation of our representative democracy. gest measure and to vote my honest conviction Please take further Notice, Affiant informs Loudoun County Public School Board that the People have been deprived of their Constitutional Rights to “freedom, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” by restrictive, obscene, and psychologically damaging CRT programs and by the assignment of Transgender males to biological female restrooms. The rapes that resulted on two different campuses were the direct result of this Board’s lack of responsible actions to prevent the original rape, the second rape, and the hiding of related facts from the public. Such conduct of this Board is unacceptable to the “People” of this community and this action is classified by the Virginia Constitution as “matadministration”. Every board member took an oath to support the Virginia and the United States of America Constitutions. ‘That oath has been broken by your failure to secure the safety of the students under your care. Governing precepts defined by the Constitution and that oath are as follows: ‘Virginia Constitution, Dill of Rights. Article 2 of Section 7; Oath o Affirmation Alll officers elected or appointed under or pursuant fo this Constitution shall, before they enter on the performance of their public duties, severally take, and subscribe the following oath or affirmation: "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of ‘the Commonwealth of Virginia, and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge all the duties incumbent ‘upon me as a superintendent/school board member, according (0 the best of my ability (so help me Cod).” Virgini tution, Bill of Ri i tion ment Instituted for Common Benefit “That Bovernment is, or ought to be, instituted for the common benefit, protection, and security of the people, nation, oF community; of all the various modes and forms of government, that is Best which is eapable of Producing the greatest degree of happiness and safety, and is most effectually secured against the danger of ‘maladministration; and, whenever any government shall be found inadequate or contrary (o these Durposes, a majority of the community hath an indubitable, inalienable, and indefeasible right to reform, alter, or abolish it, in such manner as shall be judged most conducive ¢o the public weal.” Page 3 of 14 Please take further Notice, Affiant declares as seen in Black’s Law Dictionary 4th Edition that liberty equals freedom; “exemption from extraneous control, freedom from all restraints except such as are justly imposed by law”. It is also defined as freedom {rom restraint under conditions essential to the equal enjoyment of the same right by others; freedom regulated by law. Liberty is the “People’s Right” and at no time may these rights be violated. Deprivation of Constitutional Rights is a felony under federal statutes and abhorrent to the Virginia Constitution; See the following references: Constitus of Rights, m1 “That all men are by nature equally free and independent and have certain inherent rights, of which, when they enter into a state of society, they cannot, by any compact, deprive or divest thelr posterity; namely, the enjoyment of life and liberty, with the means of acquiring and possessing property, and pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety.” inla Constitution, Bill of Rights, Article 1 Section 15: Qualities necessary to preservation of free it “That no free government, nor the blessings of liberty, can be preserved to any peuple, but by a firm adherence to justice, moderation, temperance, frugality, and virtue; pdt ‘Criminal i ies and Crimi cedure Part 1 =2725) Chapter 13-C1VIL RIGHTS. = 249) Section 242(Amended in 1994 to include fines): Deprivation of Rights under Color of Law “Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation or custom, willfully subjects any inhabitant of any state, territory, or district to the deprivation oF any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or Laws of the United States. ..shall be fined not more than $1,000 or imprisoned not more than one year, or both and if death results shall be subject ¢o imprisonment for any {erm of years or for life.” Please take further Notice, Affiant has determined that the Loudoun County Public School Board is infringing on the freedoms guaranteed to “We the People” in the Virginia Commonwealth Constitution. Creating and/or enforcing health rales, mandates, and efforts to influence our children’s social emotional status is practicing health discrimination, segregation, sectarian instruction and intimidation. By adopting these policies and procedures relating to our schools and bypassing appropriate parental supervision of their children’s education, this Board is failing to enforce Virginia Laws and LCPS Policy relating to sexual assault, obscenity rules, surveys, and Public meetings. See references belo’ Code of Virginia § 22.1-208, Emphasis on moral education. The entire scheme of instruction in the public schools shall cmphasize moral education through lessons given by teachers and imparted by appropriate reading selections. Code of Virginia § 22.1-208.01. Character educatis ed. A. Euch school board shall establish, within its existing programs or as a separate program, a character education program in its schools, which may oceur during the regular school year, during the summer in a youth development academy offered by the school division, or both. The Department of Education shall develop curricular guidelines for school divisions to use in establishing a character education program through a summer youth development academy. The purpose of the character education program shall be to instill in students civic virtues and personal character (raits so as (o improve the learning environment, Promote student achievement, reduce disciplinary problems, and develop civie-minued students of high character. The components of each program shail be developed in cooperation with the students, their parents, and the community at large. The basic character traits taught may include (i) trustworthiness, including honesty, integrity, reliability, and loyalty; (ii) respeet, including the precepts of the Goklen Rule, tolerance, and courtesy; (ii) responsibility, inctuding hard work, economic self-reliance, accountability, Uitigene, perseverance, and self-control: (jv) fairness, ineluding justice, consequences of bad behavior, Principtes of nondiscrimination, and freedom from prejudice; (¥) caring, including kindness, empathy, ‘compassion, consideration, generosity, and charity: and (vi) citizenship, including patriotism, the Pledge of Allegiance, respect for the American flag, concern for the common good, respect for authority und the law, and community-mindedness. Classroom instruction may be used to supplement a character education program; however, each progeam shall be interwoven into the school procedures and environment and structured to instruet primarily through example, illustration, and participation, in such a way as to complement the Standards of Learning. The program shall also address the inappropriateness of bullying, as defined in § ‘This provision is intended to educate students regarding those core civic values and virtues that efficacious to civilized society and are common to the diverse social, cultural, und religious groups of the ‘Commonwealth. Consistent with this purpose, Virginia's civic values, which are ( Page 4 of 14 principles articulated in the Bill of Rights (Article 1) of the Consti in the seal of the Commonwealth, as described in § 1-500, may be t values. Nothing herein shall be construed as requiring or authori religious or political belief. B. The Board of Education shall estublish criteria for character education programs consistent with the provisions of this section. The Department of Education stall assist school divisions in implementing of Virginia and the ideals reflected ight as representative of such civic the indoetrination in any particular character education programs and practices that are designed to prontote the development of personal qualities as set forth in this section and the Standards of Quality and that will improve family and community involvement in the public schools. C. The Department of Education shall award, with such funds as are appropriated for this purpose, grants to school boards for the implementation of innovative character education programs, ‘youth development academy, Code of Virginia § 22.1-253.13:1, Standard 1, Instructional programs supporting dhe Standards uf Learning ‘and other educational objectiv A. The General Assembly and the Board of Education belicve that the fundamental goat of the public schools of the Commonwealth must he to enable each stuclent to develop the skills that are necessary for success in school, preparation for life, and reaching their full potential, The General Assembly and the Board of Education find that the quality of education is dependent upon the provision of (i) the appropriate working environment, benefits, and salaries necessary to ensure the availability of high-quality instructional personnet; (ii) the appropriate learning environment designed {o promote student achievement; (ii) quality instruction that enables each student to become a productive and educated citizen ‘of Virginia and the United States of America; and (iv) the adequate commitment of other resources. In keeping with this goal, the General Assembly shall provide for the support of public education as set forth in Article VItl, Section 1 of the Constitution of Virginia, tuding a summer B. The Board of Education shall establish educational objectives known as the Standards of Learning, which shall form the core of Virginia's educational program, and other educational objectives, which together are designed to ensure the development of the skills that are necessary for success in school and for preparation for life in the years beyond. At a minimum, the Board shall establish Standards of Learning for English, mathematics, science, and history and social science. The Board shall seek to ensure tha the Standards of Learning are consistent with foundation educational program. The Standards of Learaing shall include, but not be fi skills of communication (listening, speaking, reading, and writing): computation and critical reasoning, including problem solving and decision making; proficiency in the use of computers and related technology; computer science and computational thinking, including computer eadings aud the skills (o ‘manage personal finances and to make sound financial decisions. ‘The Standards of Learaing in all subject areas shall be subject to regular review and revision to maintain rigor and to reflect a balance between content knowledge and the application of knowledge in preparation for eventual employment and lifelong tearning. To provide appropriate opportunity for input from the general public, teachers, and local school boa the Bourd of Education shall conduct public hearings prior (o establishing revised Standards of Learning. Thirty days prior to conducting such hearings, the Board shail give notice of the date, tinte, and place of the hearings to all local school boards and any other persons requesting to he notified of the hearings Publish notice ofits intention to revise the Standards of Learning in the Virginia Register of Regulations. Interested parties shall be given reasonable opportunity to be heard and present information prior to final adoption of any revisions of the Standards of Learning. C. Local schoot baards shall develop nnd implement a program of instruction for grades K through 12 that is aligned to the Standurds of Learning and meets or exceeds the requirements of the Board of Edi The program of instruction shill emphasize reading, writing, speaking, mathematical concepts and contputations, proficiency in the use of computers and related technology, computer seience and computational thinking, including computer coding, and scientific concepts and processes; essential skills and coneents of citizenship, including knowledge of Virginia history und world and United States history, ‘economies, government, forcign languages, interaational cultures, health and physical education, environmental issues, and geography necessiry for responsible participation in Antericat society and in the international community; fine arts, which may include, but need not be limited to, music and art, and Practical arts; knowledge and skills needed to qualify for further education, gainful employment, or ‘training in a career or technical field; and development of the ability (o apply such skills and knowledge tu preparation for eventual employment and lifelong learning and to achieve economic self-sufficiency. je of Virginia § 32.1 Health rive A. There is hereby recognized an individual's right of privacy in the content of his health records. Health records are the property of the health care entity maintaining them, and, except when permitted or required by this section or by other provisions of state law, no health care entity, or other person working in a health care setting, may disclose an individual's health records, Pursuant to this subsection: Page S of 14 1) Health care entities shatl disclose health records to the individual who is the subject of the health record. 3) No person to whom health records are diselosed shall re-disclose or otherwise reveal the health record of ‘an individual, beyond the purpose for which such disclosure was made, without first obtaining the individual's specific authorization to such re- disclosure. 4) Health-care entities shall, upon request of the individual who is the subject of the health reeard, disclose health records (o other health-care entities. ‘Code of Virginia § 32.1-73.8, Youth health risk behavior survey, ‘The Department shall, in cooperation with the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services and the Superintendent of Public Instruction, develop and administer a survey of students to facilitate planning and implementation of effective programs for the prevention of substance abuse through collection of data and information to (i) identify trends in the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs and (ii) assess the prevalence of risk and protective factors among the youth of the Commonwealth, In developing such survey, the Department may utilize all or part of am existing survey designed to collect such information developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, The survey shall be anonymous and administered in a manner designed to protect students! privacy. Schools shall be randomly seleeted for participation in the survey. Schools selected to partieipate in (he survey shall notify students and parents Pursuant to § 22.1-79,3. A student whose parents have refused to consent fo the student's participation in the survey as provided in § 22.1-79.3 shall not be required to participate in the survey. C. In any case in which a questionnaire or survey requesting that students provide sexual information, ‘mental health information, medical information, information on student health risk behaviors parsuant to § 32.1-73.8, other information on controlled substance use, or any other information (hat the school board deems to be sensitive in nature is to be administered, the school board shall notify the parent concerning the administration of such questionnaire or survey in writing not less than 30 days prior (o its administration, ‘The notice shall inform the parent regarding the nature and types of questions included in the questionnaire or survey, the purposes and age-appropriateness of the questionnaire or survey, how Information collected by the questionnaire or survey will be used, who will have access to such information, the steps that will be taken to protect student privacy, and whether and haw any findings or results will be disclosed, In any case in which a questionnaire or survey is required by state law or is requested by a state agency, the relevant state agency shall provide the school bonrd with all information required to be included in the notice to parents. The parent shall have the right to review the questionnaire or survey in a ‘manner mutually agreed upon by the school and the parent and exempt his child from parti questionnaire or survey. Unless required by federal or state law or regulation, school personnel administering any such questionnaire or survey shall not diselose personally identifiable information. D. No questionnaire or survey requesting that students provide sexual information shall be administered to any student in kindergarten through grade six, E, Local school boards shall develop and implement policies to advise the purent of each student enrolled in the school division of the availability of information in the Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry and the location of the website. Local schoo! boards shall also develop protocols governing the release of children to persons who are not their parents. H, Local school boards may adopt and implement policies pursuant to which electronic records and electronic signatures may be accepted from aay parent, guardian, or other person having control or charge ofa child enrolled in the relevant school division, provided such policies are consistent with the provisions of Chapter 42.1 (§ 59.1-479 et seq.) of Title 59.1.1. Local school boards may develop a single, standardized form (o obtain parental consent for the release of student data, If developed by the focal school board, such form shall be used by Community Policy and Management Teams and the Departments of Health, Social Services, Juvenile Justice, and Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.2000, c. 1063; 2001, cc. 688, £820; 2002, c. 160; 2003, c, 693; 2006, ec. 145, 857, 9145 2009, c. 195; 2011, cc. 261, 726; 2012, ¢. 546; 2015, c- 103. Title VI, 42 U.S.C, § 2000d et seq, “was enaeted as part of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964. It Prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, and national origin in programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance. As President John F. Kennedy said in 1963: “Simple Justice requires that public funds, to which all taxpayers of all races (colors, and mational origins] contribute, not be spent in any fashion which encourages, entrenches, subsidizes or results in racial |color or national origin discrimination.” Please take further Notice, A ffiant declares that by supporting and encouraging Critical Race ‘Theory, Loudoun County Public Schoo! Board is inadvertently discriminating against Caucasian Page 6 of 14 people. It isa violation of the students’ Civil Rights, which protects “equal education “opportunities”. (See Virginia Cade 22.1-208.01 above for full text), Please take further Notice, Affiant declares that positive qualities and positive behavior choices ‘cannot be instructed or modeled using sectarian instruction, which seeks to divide and induce division based on social standing, skin color, or ethnicity. These divisive theories include Critical Race Theory, Social Emotional Learning, and the 1619 Project. This particular Code states that “Nothing herein shall be construed as requiring or authorizing the indoctrina in any particular religious ot political belief" Critical Race Theory, in particular, attempts to do just that by causing students to degrade American history as being systemically racist and encouraging students to view cach other as oppressors or oppressed based on skin color rather than the content of character. 2) Code of Virginia 22.1-253.13:1- Standard I Instructional programs supporting the Standards of Learning and other educational objectives. Education must focus on academic subjects, and without exception, should not include the promulgation of social experiments and opinions not based on fact.” ‘The Board of Education shall establish educational objectives known 2s Standards of Learning, which shall form the core of Virginia's educational program, and other educational objectives, which together are designed to ensure the development of the skills that are necessary for success in school and for preparation for life in the years beyond.” Divisive theories have no place in the schools. Code of Virginia 22,1-208; 8 VAC 20-131-10, 20, 70, 80, 90, 100, and 270. 3) Code of Virginia 22,1-208.02- Culturally Relevant and Inclusive Education Practices Advisory ‘Committee. This Committee pravides standards recommendations to the Virginia Department of Education which will be considered when reviewing and updating the Standards of Learning for history and social science. These recommendations shall include “slavery, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and other forms of historical dehumanizing injastice and discrimination, the ignored and untold history of the indigenous people of Virginia and North America, and the untold histories of other groups historically underrepresented in American and world history.” This docs not include teaching ideologies that set standards about what a student should think and feel since this is prohibited indoctrination. [tis inappropriate to teach that race is not a natural, biologically based feature of physically distinct subgroups ‘of human beings but Instead, is a socially constructed (culturally invented) category that is used to oppress and exploit people of color and that this is collective and systematically embedded in America’s logal system. Schools need fo unite students and promote cooperation and caring between alt students, Loudoun County Public Schools must do everything in Its power ta restore the traditional partwership between School Personnel, students and parents. Code of Virginia 22.1-201; Code of Virginia 22.1-202. Please take further Notice, Affiant has determined, that the LCPS Superintendent (Dr. Scott Ziegler) and each School Board member serving as of May 28, 2021, could be found guilty of a Class 1 Misdemeanor for failure to promplly and accurately report the sexual abuse of a female student on May 28, 2021, on LCPS property. Each of these individuals failed to abide by his/her Oath of Office and failed to be truthful with his/her constituents about the facts of this assault, The following points are all evidence of maladministration and more: 4) All Parties in this complaint are considered fo be Mandated Reporters under Virginia Law, and this is farther required based on LCPS Policy (Code of Virginia 63.2-1509 A 5 and 11 and LCPS Policy 7530), and failare to report is subject fo disciplinary action up to and including termination (Code of Virginia 63.2-1509 D and LCPS Policy 7530) €) Superintendent's email dated May 28, 2021 and addressed to all School Board members, clearly shows that each member was informed on that day about the allegation of a male student sexually assaulting a female student in a bathroom of Stone Bridge High School. (See email dated May 28, 2021) 4) Superintendent was dishonest with Constituents when he answered a question nt a June 22, 2021 ‘School Board Meeting denying knowledge of any reported sexual assaults in any LCPS bathrooms, Every other School Board member present at that mecting also failed to correct the inaccuracy when the incident was clearly known by each Member. ©) The School Board and Superintendent fuiled to do proper follow-up and attempted to blame the Sheriff's Office for their failure. (See letter to Sheriff Mike Chapman from Dr. Seott Ziegler~ ‘undated and the letter to Dr. Scott Ziegler from Sheriff Mike Chapman dated November 10, 2021). Page 7 of 14 In the interim, on October 15, 2021, Superintendent held a press conference containing more inaccuracies and misrepresentations about the reasons for the failurcs in this case. While he stated that “the processes and procedures were not adequate to respond to these recent events,” he called into question the follow up by the Sheriff's Office and claimed that he was unclear about the question posed to him on June 22, 2021. He stated that “at another point in that conversation, Chair Brenda Sheridan asked a question specifically about incidents involving transgender students, and I responded in the same manner”. The fact was that the assault was perpetrated by a transgender male in the girls” bathroom, so there should have been no confusion regarding either question. (See Superintendent's Press Conference Statement dated October 15, 2021.) 8) Dr. Ziegler, et. a. failed to commission a threat assessment and make a report as required by LCPS Policy 8290 and Regulation 8290 and Code of Virginin 22.1-79.4). by Dr. Ziegler, et. al. were required to conduct a Schoo! Safety Audit to annually review the written, school crisis, emergency management, and medical emergency response plans and Dr. Ziegler was required to certify the review in writing no later than August 31 of each year. There is no evidence that this was completed. (Cade of Virginia 22.1-279.8). §) Despite knowing the potential danger posed by the male perpetrator in this assault, Dr. Ziegler, et, al, moved this male student to another LCPS Schaol, Based on the Code of Virginia, it is only at the request of the victim that the victim be moved to another comparable school (Code of Virginia .3).j) After moving the male perpetrator to another LCPS School, he committed another that School. He was finally arrested on both charges on July 9, 202 irginia Administrative Code Chapter 560 requires that the division superintendent submit an aggregate report to the Department of Education regarding acts of violence and substance abuse in schools. Sexual battery is one of the acts required to be reported. In accessing the LCPS report ‘on Safe Schools for the School Year 2020-2021, no incidents of sexual assault or battery were listed at either Broad Run High School or Stone Bridge High Schoot. Dr. Ziegler’s Press Conference Statement claims that “this lack of oversight that existed prior (o my tenure also contributed to errors in our state reporting regarding disciplinary incidents in schools.” It appears that although Dr. Ziegler stated that these reporting errors were very concerning (o him, the report he filed contained omissions of reportable acts. (See Offense Frequency Report printed 12/02 and page 2 of the Press Conference Statement.) Please take further Notice, Affiant contends that the lack of appropriate procedures in this case, places Dr. Zicgler, et. al. into being complicit in the second sexual assault. Therefore, Affiant demands that Superintendent Ziegler and the members of the Loudoun County Public School Board resign effective immediately, duc (o gross negligence in carrying out the duties of their office. Affiant demands this action order to protect our youth. Due to violation of state laws by failure to provide the complete set of facts in the teporis made to the police, “We the People” of this County claim Constitutional maladministration and ‘malfeasance against this school board. Please take further Notice, Affiant maintains that as servants, the Loudoun County Public School Board has not been granted the power or even authority by the Federal or of the State Constitutions to force COVID-19 Mandates in any form on the “People” of Virginia. These programs violate the United States of America Constitution, Amendment IX and Amendment X as well as several federal statutes and federal court rulings. See following references: httos://statecodesfiles justia. com/us/2011 /title-18/part-i/chapter-13/section-241/document.pdf 2011 U.S. Cri je, Title 18, Cri Criminal Procedure Part ES 2725) 13-CIVI 241 - 249) Section 241 (Ai 1994 to vison (ert fines): Conspiracy Ava ns. “If two or more persons conspire (9 injure, oppress, threaten or intimidate any citizen in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured fo him by the constitution or Javis of the United States, or . .. prevent of hinder his free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege so secured. They shall be fined not more than $10,000, or be imprisoned not more than 10 years or both and if death results, they shall be subject to imprisonment for any term or years or for Life” Norton v Coun #86) Supreme Court deci “An unconstitutional act is not Law it confers no rights; it imposes no duties; affords no protection creates no office. It is, in legal contemplation, as inoperative as though it had never been passed." [Emphasis Added by Highlight) ‘Miranda v. Arizona, 384U.S. 46 (1966) Supreme Court Decision “Where rights sceared by ‘the “Constitution are involved, there can be no rule making or legislation which Page 8 of 14 would abrogate them.” [Emphasis Added by Highlight] US. Constitution Art. LV, § 2p, I The Citizens of each State shall be entitfed to all Privileges and Immunities of Citizens in the several States.” |Emphasis by Highlight Added| US Constitut yendinent X “The powers not delegated to the United States by the ‘Constitution nor prohibited by it to the States are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” Please take further Notice, Affiant has discovered that our students are being asked by the School ‘Nurses about their COVID-19 vaccination status in violation of the Health Insuranee Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Public Law 104-191, Decisions regarding procedures for quarantines and return to the classroom are being made based on vaccine status, Nowhere are these disparate treatments of students appropriate or allowed by policy. No parental permission has bbeen sought to conduct these conversations as is required by Law. The Code of Virginia 32.1- 127.1.03 (as shown above) also speaks to the privacy of any individual’s health records and this includes children in the school system, Please take further Notice, A{fiant demands that the Superintendent and the LPS remove mask ‘mandates since the science shows that these are not necessary for the protection of children and. since the Schools do not comply with the other CDC Guidelines as claimed. Affiant further demands that no School Personnel be allowed to question students about personal health information without the explicit written permission from the parent as required by law. Since discrimination of students is prohibited, Cease all attempts to treat vaccinated vs. unvaccinated students in a disparate manner. Affiant demands that Critical Race Theory (in all forms), SEL, and the 1619 Project be immediately withdrawn and removed from any further consideration in Loudoun County Public Schools. Please take further Notice, Affiant states that the Superintendent and all Loucoun County Publie ‘School Board members have the singular responsibility of ensuring that students are not subjected to obscene and/or pornographic material. The Superintendent and Board have failed to listen to the objections from parents to remove unlawful materials from the Libraries and Classtooms. By blatantly doing this, the Loudoun County Public Schoo! Board has become complicit in the “possession .. . of obscene items” (Code of Virginia 18.2-374), “possession . .. distribution... of child pomography” (Code of Virginia 18.2-374.1) and “Display of ... pornography or grooming video or materials to a child” (Code of Virginia 18.2-374,4). Each of these offenses carry a penalty ofa Class 6 Felony which has an authorized punishment of a term of imprisonment of not less than fone year nor more than five years, or in the discretion of the jury or the court trying the case without a jury, confinement in jail for not more than 12 months and a fine of not more than $2500, either or both, (Code of Virginia 18.2-10) Complete details below: 2) Coile of Virginin 18.2-372 defies “obscene” as that material “which, considered as a whole, has as its dominant theme or purpose an appeal to the prurient interest in sex, that is, a shameful or ‘morbid interest in nudity, sexual conduct, sexual excitement,...and which goes substantially beyond: customary limits of candor in description or representation of such matters and which, taken 2s 1 whole, does not haye serious literary, artistic, politieal or scientific value”. hn) Code of Virginia 18.2-373- Obscene items enumerated-“Ohscene items shall include: (1) Any ‘obscene book, (2) Any...magazine, booklet, pieture,...drawing, photograph,..videotape; (4) Any ‘obscene writing, picture, or similar visual representation, or sound recording, stored in an electronic or other medium retrievable in a perceivable form.” 2 Code of Virginia 18.2-390(6)- Definitions - “Harmfal to juveniles" means ¢hat quality of any description or representation, in whatever form, of nudity, sexual conduct, sexual excitement, or sadomasochistic abuse, whea it (a) predominantly appeals to the prurient, shameful or est of juveniles, (b) is patently offensive to prevailing standards in the adult comm Page 90f 14 whole with respect to what is suitable material for juveniles, and (c) is, when taken as a whole, lacking in serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value for juveniles. 4) Code of Virginia 1-240.1-Rights of parents “A parent has a fundamental right to make decisions concerning the upbringing, education, and care of the parent's child.” Please take further Notice, Affiant states that Federal and State Laws and LCPS Policy clearly define “Acceptable Use Policies” for computers and the intemet in Schools and Libraries. The laws and policies expand to include limiting obscene “visual representations” which includes written books. By law, Schools and Libraries must provide filtering of materials to prevent minors from accessing materials harmful to or inappropriate for juveniles. These “Acceptable Use Policies” include notifications to parents, certifications of safe and appropi prohibitions of exposure of children to obscenity and/or child pornography. (47 US Code 264(h) (5(A-F), 47 US Code 25: 47 US Code 254(hY7), 47 US Code 2246, 47 and LCPS Policy 8650), Please take further Notice Affiant states that although there is some language in federal and state laws whi fe use to the Local Education Ageney and the State annually, and very specific provide for limited protection or cover for Schools and Libraries related (0 crimes of obscenity and indecency (as proclaimed by School Board Members and other Scliool Staff), a full vet show that they simply protect schools and libraries against action when there is a bona fide use for research or “serious literary, artistic, political or scientific value" (See 47 US Code 284(hY5)(d), 47 US Code 254(hY(6Y) and Code of Virginia 18.2-372), If federal and state laws intended to fully relieve Schools and Libraries from 1g of those laws ‘any responsibility to limit access to minors of obscenity and indecent materials, the laws would not have been so specific about protecting minors and would not require them to certify to the State each year that they are doing everything possible to Ii Code 254(hYSKEYi), 47 US Code 254(h)(6)(B)i), 47 US Code 254(h\.7KG), 47 US Code 254(1X 1}, and Code af Virginia 22.1-702(AY(i-v) and (B), and LCPS Policy 8650 (C-D) access fo minors of obscene and pornographic materials. (47 US Please take further Notice, Laws and regulations clearly indicate that parents need to be involved in and have their feedback strongly considered when the Schools are choosing any instructional material for the students, (See 8VAC20-720-160 and LCPS Policy 504S-Selection, Review, and Challenge of Instruetional Resources) Selection of instructional materials must include: 1) the rights of parents to inspect, upon request, any/all instructionat materials used as part of the educational curriculum for students, such as books, media ‘materials, films, computer programs and net content, handouts, Promethium Boards and the procedure for granting a request by a parent for such access, in accordance with the “Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment, 20 USC 1232H” and its implementing regulation, 34 CFR Part 9; and (2) Pursuant to 22.t- 283.13.7 of the Code of Virginia, clear procedures for handling challenged controversial materials. Please take note that according to the “Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment, 20 USC 1232H” instructional ‘materials are defined as “instructional content that is provided to a student, regardless of its format, including printed or representational materials, audio-visual materials, and materials in electronic or digital formats (such as materials accessible through the Internet), The term does not include academic tests or academic assessments.” Therefore, the attempt by School and Library staff to claim that any of their materials do not require the oversight of parents is baseless. LCPS Regulation S045 lists criteria for selection of the instructional resources which include “contribution to objectives of the instructional program, lack of racial, sex, gender, and age bias, suitability of the resource for its intended use, and State, regional, and national standards.’ ifficult to understand how obscene and/or pornographic materials satisfy these criteria, Please take further Notice, Affiant maintains that this schoo! board has allowed obscene/pornographic or sexually suggestive literature to be added to the libraries of this county. This is Constitutional malfeasance and maladministrat suggestive mn, and the “People” demand permanent removal of all obscene/pornographic or sexually rature from all LCPS Schools. Page 10 of 14 Please take further Notice, A ffiant instructs this Loudoun County School Board that current policies of choosing instructional materials without a thorough vetting process is maladministration and will no longer be tolerated by the “People.” We now know that instructional materials were procuret Michelle Pickard with the expenditure of $1.3 million for diverse “classroom libraries”. This whole June, 2019 by purchase/order was done in less than a week without input from parents; this information was confirmed by a ‘member of the School Board, Ian Serotkin. This Board deliberately violated Policy $048; 8 VAC 20-720-160- Insteuetional Materials. This is one more act of maladministration, Please take further Notice, Affiant has learned that surveys are being conducted in our schools, and asserts that Federal and State laws as well as LCPS Policy require that parents be notified of the survey contents and that these parents provide written permission before any survey or questionnaire is given to any student. Parents have the right to opt his/her child out of any survey whose questions are not deemed suitable for their child, LCPS has been asked to conduct heaith risk behavior surveys and has not given parents the required 30 day notice. Virginia Code (as seen below) requires advance notification be provided to parents with the requirement for a written permission to be returned from those parents. 20 US Cade 1232H(a)-Protection of Pupil Rights- Inspection of Instructional Materials by Parents or ‘Guardians. All instructional materials, including teacher's manuals, films, tapes, or other supplementary material which will be used in connection with any survey, analysis, or evaluation as part of any applicable program shall be available for inspection by the parents or guardians.” a, 20 US Code 1232H(C)(1)(AXi)-PPRA-Development and Adoption of Local Policies-"The right of a parent of a student to inspect, upon the request of the parent, a survey created by a third party before the survey és administered or distributed by a school to a student b. 20 US Code 1232H(c}(2)(C)\ii)-PPRA- Activities Requiring Notification- “The administration of any survey containing one or more items described in clauses (i) through (viii) of paragraph (1)(B)." These include political affiliations, mental or psychological problems, sex behavior or attitudes, illegal ...or demeaning behavior... religious practices, affiliations, or beliefs, or income. State Citations related to surveys are included above-Code of Vi Virginia 32.1-73. d.—_ LCPS Policy 8-63-Students- Community Relations- Questionnaires and Surveys- “No questionnaire ‘or survey shall be administered to students without written, informed parental consent for the student's participation when participation may subsequently result in the sate for commercial purposes of personal information regarding the student. In any case in which a questionnaire or survey requesting sexual information or student health risk behaviors of students is (o be administered, natice shall be provided to the parent concerning the administration of such questionnaire or survey in writing not less than 30 days rior to its administration....Parents stall have the right (o review the questionnaire or survey and to ‘exempt their child from participating in the survey. However, no questionnaire or survey requesting sexual information of a student shall be administered to any student in kindergarten through grade six.” jn 22.1-79.3 and Code of Please take further Notice, Affiant states that the manner in wiiich the Loudoun County Public Schoot Board has been conducting its meetings is Unconstitutional and defies the Virginia LCPS Policy 2420 and LCPS 2520 meeting requirements for participation of the parents, ‘These rules are in defiance of the Constitute provision referenced below and the board rules that were put in place from July through November were in defiance of the Loudoun County Public Schools regulations referenced below: 1. keep constituents outside waiting to speak during public meetings despite the weather conditions 2. allow maximum of 10 speakers in the building af a time 3. minimize speaking time to no more than one minute per speaker 4. disallow usage of bathrooms LPS Policy 2420 MEETING PROCEDURES: “Meetings of the School Board shall follow clearly Prescribed procedures (0 ensure the efficient and effective functioning of the Board consistent with all ‘applicable laws. A. Open Meeting. All meetings of the School Board and its committees shail be conducted in open session unless the Board or committee goes into a closed mecting in accordance with the Vi Freedom of Information Act and this policy.” LCPS Policy 2520 PARTICIPATION BY THE PUBLIC: “Community members are invited and ‘encouraged fo attend Loudoun County School Board mectings to obscrve public deliberations. The Schoot Board welcomes comments from the public and believes strong community engagement is important toa successful school system. The public can participate in School Board or Committee meetings only during the public comment period. This policy provides a gencral overview of the process fer public comments.” Page 11 of 14 ‘common benefit: “That government is, or ought to be, instituted for the common benefit, protection, and security of the people, nation, or community; of all the various modes and forms of government, that is best ‘which is capable of producing the greatest degree of happiness and safety, and is most effectually secured against the danger of maladministration; and, whenever any government shall be found inadequate or contrary to these purposes, a majority of the community hath an indubitable, inalienable, and indefeasible Tight to reform, alter, or abolish it,in such manner as shall be judged most conducive to the public weal.” Please take further Notice, Affiant declares that all public officers have taken vows to defend and support both Constitutions that guarantee the “People” every Right listed in all Bills of Rights. This ‘means that all government officials must support those rights and so must all those acting as agents of the government. Supporting and enforcing unlawful and Unconstitutional regulations and provisions is a violation of the trust indenture of all state servants, magistrates, and trustees. Maladministration and malfeasance are being perpetrated upon the students of this county through the following: 1) adoption of Critical Race Theory (SEL) curriculums without parental support; 2)forcing of Transgender policies onto our stuclents that led to assault and rape on not one but on two campuses; 3)unlawful surveys conducted in violation of Virginia and HIPAA regulations and codes; 4) pending or actual Unconstitutional and unlawful COVID-19 mandates for masks and/or injections and social distancing; 5)blocking discouragement of parental participation in discussions of Loudoun County Public School Board meetings; and finally 6) purchasing of unsuitable literary instructional materials without parental review, See references below for examples of unlawful, Unconstitutional status of your rules and regulations: COMPILATION of FI (OF INTEREST 18 US Bribery of public officials and witnesses, ..“(e) The offenses and penalties prescribed in this section are separate from and in addition ¢o those preseribed in sections 1503, 1504, and 1505 of this tite.” [Emphasis Added by Hightight] ‘North Dakota Constitution, Dectaration of Rights, Article 1, § 6: “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, unless for the punishment of crime, shall ever be tolerated in this state.” “Legislative office isa public trust, and every effort to realize personal gain through official conduct is a violation of that trust. The legislature shall enact a cade of ethics prohibiting conflict between public duty and private interests of members of the legislature.” Please take further Notice, Affiant informs this Loudoun County School Board of the fact that the funds received from the federal government from the CARES ACT and other appropriated monies intended to be used for educ: agent, this school board's Constitutional status as a government official prevents this body from nal purposes is public information. Whether actual or a “de facto” accepting financial compensation for performing any service (such as adopting and implementing all of the policies detailed above), and federal monies doled out to the states und counties separately under the COVID-19 relief plans is substantial, a huge inducement to wrongdoing. The important point being made here is that Unconstitutional uses are not allowed, Under a test provided in South Dakota vs. Dole, 483 U.S. 203 (1987), Congress placed a condition on receipt of federal funds by a state that requires the following conditions must be met: [Emphasis Added by Highlight] the spending must serve the general welfare, the condition placed on the state must be unambiguous, the condition must relate to the particular federal program, unconstitutional action cannot be a contingency of receipt of the funds Page 12 of 14 Please take further Notice, Affiant declares the fotlowing facts, According to the U.S. Department of Education, schools in Virginia received $5,123,446,145.00 trom the Education Stabilization Fund, Loudoun County Public School District received $6,648,463.00 from the Education Stabilization Fund. This substantial amount of funding is more than enough incentive to tempt our board members to turn a blind eye to injustices and Constitutional infractions. Monies designated by the Congress to prepare our schools for in person learning may have been diverted to other programs. This is unacceptable and should this diversion of funds be proven, is even more evidence of matadministration and malfeasance where the safety of our children is not as important as the School Board's agenda for the Distriet, Unfortunately for them the Constitutions protect the Rights of the “People” to freedom of Religion, Liberty, Life and Property and no amount of graft and corruption will ever take those away. See reference below: Commonwealth of Vi igion; no establishment of religion: “That religion or the duty which we owe to our Creator, and he manner of discharging it, can be directed only by reason and convi Constituti of Rights, Section 16, Free exercise of lon, not by force or violence; .. No man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship, place, or ministry whatsoever, nor shall be enforeed, restrained, molested, or burthened in his body or ood, nor shall otherwise suffer on account of his religious opinions or belief; but all men shall be free to profess and by argument to maintain their opinions in matters of religion, and the same shall in nowise diminish, enlarge, or affect their civil capacities.. Please lake further Notice, AfFiant informs Loudoun County Public School Board, all ofits members and every decision maker must provide, in a sworn affidavit, under penalty of perjury, the Constitutional authority being used to Trespass against the Peoples’ rights by approving the following actions: Vreq attendance, including presentation of a document proving such vaccinations have been obtained, if applicable; 2) gi in violation of Virginia codes and LCPS poli ing experimental COVID-19 policies and/or testing as a prerequisite for continued school surveys to our students without proper notification and approval from their parents 5; 3) denying Constitutional Rights regarding ereeds, religious objections, and personal choice, where applicable; 4) unlawful placing of unapproved, immoral and obscene reading materi to parents, in school libraries without the required vetting s, offer process and in violation of Virginia Codes and LCPS policies; 5) (ransfer of an offending student to another campus where ke committed another sexual attack on another female student jolation of criminal laws and Civil deprivations of Consti al Rights; 6) policies that interfere with and severely limit the “Peoples"” Rights to address the maladiministration and malfeasance being perpetrated upon the students and parents of Loudoun County Schools. And further, this required affidavit must contain accurate figures for total federal funding (where applicable), and the specific CARES ACT funding provided to safeguard our students during in-class instruction under COVID-19 that is heing used instead to support all of these enforced deprivations of Affiant’s and the “Peoples"™ Constitutional Rights Please take further Notice that Affiant warns Loudoun County School Board, all of the officers and managers and every level of administrator and/or decision makers that they have three (3) days to respond, point by point as listed above, to this Affidavit. If that legal and binding Affidavit, sworn under Penalty of perjury, listing the exact Constitutional authority used to Trample on the People’s rights as dctailed above, and the exact financial benefit gained for doing so is not received within three (3) days, this silence represents the following: 1) tacit agreement that all parties involved who approved the adoption and implementation of every policy or provision listed above Trespassed agninst the Constitutional Rights of the People, regardless of the offender; 2) tacit agreement that this violation of the Peoples" Constitutional Rights includes liabitity for physical, emotional, spiritual, and nancial injury Page 13 of 14 sustained as a result of Loudoun County School Board's actions and 3) tacit agreement that the Loudoun County School Board, acting, their capacity as “Public Officers” committed maladministration and malfeasance related to performing their duty to “We the People’ under all relevant Constitutional provisions, and/or all relevant State and federal codes; and 4) tacit agreement that accepting federal monies (Where applicable) and not. 18 them according to the conditions of COVID-19 preparedness (where applicable) to, instead, Trample the Rights of the “People,” also violates(ed) Affiant’s, ‘Constitutional Rights in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Affiant’s United States of America Constitutional Rights, Civil Rights under Federal statutes, Commonwealth of Virginia Codes for nal Conduct Codes: [Emphasis Added by Educational Entities, and the Commonwealth of Virginia Cri Highlight] Please ake further Notice from AMffiant of the following restitution required as the penalty to be pai by Loudoun County School Board, all of the officers and managers and every level of administrator and/or decision makers for either directly o indirectly Trespassing against the Constitutional rights of the “People” is « $50,000 personal payment per individual per encroachment against the above-mentioned rights, point for point; Please take final Notice, Affiant declares that if no response is received in the form of an affidavit sworn under penalty of perjury within 3 (three) days showing the Constitutional provisions authorizing this ‘Trampling on the People's rights, such silence will be construed to represent tacit acquiescence to all of the above mentioned fats, point for point and also tacit agreement that this affidavit ean be used as evidence of 1) malfeasance and maladministration whether in their role of actual federal or state servant or as a “de facto” servant of the “People”; 2) admission of eriminal behavior resulting in injury whether physical, mental, and/or spiritual where students were assaulted by other students, or were forced, coerced, and harassed into complianee and/or resistance to policies that resulted in deprivations oF their student status; 3) liability for injury sustained by any of the “People” or of their children as a result of deprivation of Constit ional and Ci Rights through required compliance with Unconstitutional legistated laws, executive orders and/or mandates; And finally this silence represents tacit agreement that ‘no court shall re-examine this matter; that the courts shall accept the above several agreements listed, regardless of the Trespasser, as truth and law. Affiant agrees to arbitration by an arbitrator of Affiant's choice. Page 14 of 14 Verification Thereby declare, certify, and state, pursuant to the penalties of perjury under the laws of the United States of America, and by the provisions of 28 USC § 1746 that all of the above and foregoing cepresentations are true and correct fo the best of my knowledge, information and bel Executed in He bum . Virginia on srisS Bay of February in the Year of (Our Lord Two Thousand Twenty-Two. Autograph of A fiant: Notary as JURAT CERTIFICATE of JURANT ia: State { County { Subscribed and sworn to (or affirmed) before me On this $54 day of February, 2022 before me, the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the man/woman whos name is subseribed to the within instruments and acknowledged to me that he/she executed the same in his/her authorized capacity, and that by his/her autograph(s) on the instrument the man/woman executed the instrument certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the lawful laws of Virginia and that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct, ne “alte niin

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