A recent court ruling determined that the ultra-woke Los Angeles School District has openly clashed with state law in its efforts to demand all students receive COVID vaccinations before attending school again.
In a Los Angeles Superior Court, Judge Mitchell Beckloff ruled in favor of the father of a 12-year-old student who had openly challenged the school district’s requirement for all students to receive the highly controversial vaccine.
The father originally filed the case on October 8 on behalf of his son and himself. His son is a Science Academy STEM Magnet school student, demonstrating substantive promise for the future.
In his filing, the father, identified only as G.F., argued that the state, rather than the school district, is the only entity that has been authorized to issue vaccine mandates. He also argued that the vaccine may cause irreparable damage to his son, who has already recovered from COVID, thereby achieving natural immunity.
“I worry that vaccinating him could prove even more dangerous now that he has had COVID-19,” G.F. argued, “Among other things, I fear that the vaccination could overexcite his immune system and antibodies.”
Moreover, the school district’s demands that unvaccinated students must attend independent learning classes outside of campus is an effective violation of the state’s Education Code, as reported by Fox 11.
While the judge acknowledged that the California Board of Education enjoys “great” authority, the authority is not unlimited, despite school districts’ best efforts to appear omnipotent.
Unfortunately, while the father may have won his case against the school district, other students may not be so fortunate, given that the Los Angeles School District has opted to postpone its mandate until July 2023 for varied reasons.
As reported by the Los Angeles Times, “[The Los Angeles Unified School District] as the first of the nation’s largest school systems to institute a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for students … despite the delay, school board members were resolute in defending it against lawsuits.”
The school district is the second largest in the United States, with only the New York City Department of Education boasting a larger student population.