Florida school board finally drops mask mandate after suspending 8-year-old 38 times for violations!
For months, 8-year-old Fiona Lashells did not wear a mask to school, even though it had been mandated by her local school board. Florida school board finally drops mask mandate after suspending 8-year-old 38 times for violations…after Governor DeSantis got involved. Read on…
MUST WATCH VIDEO: 2nd Grader Suspended 38 Times for Not Wearing Masks Tells School Board That She Hopes They Go to Jail
By Cassandra Fairbanks
Published November 10, 2021
A Florida second grader who has been suspended 38 times for refusing to wear a mask to school confronted her local school board — and asserted that they should be in jail.
Fiona Lashells, who just turned 8 years old, told the Palm Beach County school board in no uncertain terms how she felt about their rules.
She is “on a mission to take back, not only her rights but every American child’s constitutional rights from the tyrant school board,” her mother, Bailey Lashells, told The Free Press. Fiona isn’t taking the suspensions lying down either, she has now spoke at her school board meetings twice — directly confronting those who are ruining her education.
Speaking at a school board meeting for the second time, the brave elementary school student said that she believes masks are dirty and pointless. Fiona asserted, “ok yeah, I hope you all go to jail for doing this to me,” to huge applause from the crowd. She added that her family is very proud of her and that the rules “suck.”
“I’m doing it for other kids and not just myself,” Fiona told Fox 8. Fiona’s mother says that her daughter has now been told that she will fail the second grade, despite completing all of her assignments.
“Fiona is a strong-minded and fearless young girl who was ready to conquer the world at 7,” she told the newspaper. “Unfortunately, the blows just seem to not stop as she was recently told after completing every assignment her teacher will provide that she is not only failing 2nd grade but that there is no way she could catch up, per her teacher.”