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BOOM! HIDDEN LAWS Enable Parents to CONTROL School Boards!

By Ken Eyring - September 2, 2021


Elitist School Boards have implemented policies and curricula that go against parent values and wishes, like mask mandates and CRT. This has lead to hotly contested meetings because parents are fed up with being ignored. But now parents have a weapon of their own to take back control!


The Government Integrity Project (GIP) has uncovered laws that give parents legal authority to mandate THEIR wishes and decisions are implemented!


No more pleading with school board members about masks… or CRT… or DEI/J… or any other decisions that are being made against your will. Mandate what you want your school board to do via a voter-approved petition – and they have to do it!


This newfound power is not limited to mask policies. Parents can take decision-making control into their own hands for any issue at any time.


Parents have this authority via RSA 197:2 (in single town school districts), and RSA 195:13 (in cooperative school districts), to call for a special meeting (i.e. special election) so voters can vote to override the school board. (Click here for the Full Story with additional info and links on the Granite Grok.)





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Pam Gauthier
Pam Gauthier
Nov 09, 2021

Have any school districts been successful in the efforts?

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rcc4life
Sep 07, 2021

The docs & legal codes above re: Parents overriding the school boards are specific to New Hampshire aren't they? Does anyone know which ones would apply for New York State?

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gip
Sep 07, 2021
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Here is what we have been sending out...

If you live in NH, the links to the forms are in the article:

https://granitegrok.com/mg_windham/2021/09/boom-hidden-laws-enable-parents-to-control-school-boards


Here are the excerpts. Select your type of district and the format of the template (PDF or Word). Single Town School Districts: 1. Download a copy of the School District Petition template: (PDF, Word)

Cooperative School Districts: 1. Download a copy of the Cooperative School District Petition template: (PDF, Word) Click on the PDF or Word link for the appropriate district.


If you live in another state:

We suggest you call your state's Secretary of State and ask: If laws exist that empower citizens to petition for a special election. Reference the NH RSA 197:2 la…

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titus_carol
Sep 06, 2021

Good luck with getting ahold of the Sec of State in Oregon!! She is right behind the Governor! I will share this with the Representatives & Senate. I have in the past!

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titus_carol
Sep 08, 2021
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Thank you. I haven't heard back. But yes, I would love your help. I am sick of seeing my grandkids and other kids wearing a diaper on their faces!! And oh the teachers will be fined 600$ a day, if they don't comply. Plus lose federal funding! Talk about Bullying. I haven't seen CRT, yet. But if it does oh man!

Wow over a non workable shot!

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meliss917
Sep 05, 2021

The gov here is atrocious .. hoping to unseat her in 2022! Glad to see you are a fellow patriot standing up for our kids!

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titus_carol
Sep 08, 2021
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Thank you! You as well!

I would fight to the death for my grandchildren.

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meliss917
Sep 05, 2021

Can these petitions and calls for a special meeting be used in any state?

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gip
Sep 06, 2021
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Here is what we have been sending out...

If you live in NH, the links to the forms are in the article:

https://granitegrok.com/mg_windham/2021/09/boom-hidden-laws-enable-parents-to-control-school-boards


Here are the excerpts. Select your type of district and the format of the template (PDF or Word). Single Town School Districts: 1. Download a copy of the School District Petition template: (PDF, Word)

Cooperative School Districts: 1. Download a copy of the Cooperative School District Petition template: (PDF, Word) Click on the PDF or Word link for the appropriate district.


If you live in another state:

We suggest you call your state's Secretary of State and ask: If laws exist that empower citizens to petition for a special election. Reference the NH RSA 197:2 law as a reference, s…


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