• School Teachers and Other School Officials Being Trained on How to Report Your Children to CPS

    As "Back to School" time approaches, parents everywhere are preparing - shopping for school supplies and clothes, adjusting schedules, and making arrangements for after-school care. The public needs to be aware that, while parents get ready to send children back to public school, teachers and staff in the schools are undergoing mandatory training right now that will result in some children being taken from their families, perhaps permanently. Several sources from within the system have told us that the first 6 weeks of school are the time of year when CPS seizes more children than any other time of the year. According to the 2015 Child Maltreatment Report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the highest percentage of reports of child abuse and neglect comes from educational personnel. In 2015, teachers and other school staff made 18.4% of the total reports to CPS, up from 17.7% in 2014. Under the guise of "protecting children," Child Protective Services is training school personnel all over the country about reporting parents for all sorts of things that may be considered "signs of abuse." These "signs" include: not wearing a jacket when it is cold out, not having school supplies or lunch money, having too many tardies, or being withdrawn or depressed at school. Because they are "mandatory reporters," teachers and staff are being told that they can lose their jobs, be sued, or go to jail for not reporting things that could happen in any normal, non-abusive household.

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  • School Teachers and Other School Officials Being Trained on How to Report Your Children to CPS

    Terri, in Virginia this is state law and is required by both public and private schools! Church Sunday School Teachers are also being trained and reporting to Social Services! Unbelievable. Even frequent child behavioral issues in Sunday school class might be reported. We parents don't even have the opportunity to discuss the concern with the reporting teacher. Therefore, every report to Social Services creates an account for the particular family household. When the report is found to be "no concern", the Social Services agent uses the fact that an account was created and investigated as a threat for future reportings. In other words, Social Services holds all investigations of the family as cumulative even if every report is "no concern". So, how does a family respond to all of this. Well, move children to homeshool and don't have them attend Sunday School.

  • School Teachers and Other School Officials Being Trained on How to Report Your Children to CPS

    Are we headed for the past as in Warsaw and WWII Germany to put people in camps? Except camps these days relate to a system who's tentacles are so pervasive that a person gets swallowed up in it? Families are destroyed, children are killed all under the guise of government protection? I don't know about you but I am appalled and feel that homeschooling must be seen as a viable choice. Having your child seen by Restorative Medicine or Functional Medicine Practitioner instead of going to a MD (unless its for life threatening injuries). No, a cold for a week is not life threatening nor is a skin rash, diaper rash, even scabies and lice. Even high temps can be brought into control with a little bit of information and having some remedies on hand at home. Learn to build a medicine chest of remedies. Learn how to deal with healthier dental care and treatments. Our responsibilities as parents is even more critical now to avoid "the system". Our beliefs about education and medical care must change in order to avoid the risk of our children entering into the developing barbaric tyranical systems of today. I invite you to learn as much as possible and take action to protect your children and families and yourself.

  • School Teachers and Other School Officials Being Trained on How to Report Your Children to CPS

    Michelle said:

    My oldest son told us that one of his teachers told him that if any of the students spoke out in class against anything they were teaching, as it was (and still is) a federally mandated class, the teacher would report them to the federal government as a terrorist. This was said to them the second day of class. Basically, they were not allowed to be objective or express freedom of speech without consequences.

    Can you please give us the name of the school?

    Editor, Health Impact News
  • School Teachers and Other School Officials Being Trained on How to Report Your Children to CPS

    My oldest son told us that one of his teachers told him that if any of the students spoke out in class against anything they were teaching, as it was (and still is) a federally mandated class, the teacher would report them to the federal government as a terrorist. This was said to them the second day of class. Basically, they were not allowed to be objective or express freedom of speech without consequences.

  • School Teachers and Other School Officials Being Trained on How to Report Your Children to CPS

    It is important to consider whether a child is better off at home or in the system. Even if what they are experiencing at home isn't good, what happens in foster care can be far worse. Unfortunately, people who tend to become teachers are more likely to assume that the system works - when it clearly doesn't.