Medical Freedom for Princeton Elementary Schools, Princeton, IL
Please sign this petition if you have a student in the district or work for the school district and support the following:
Princeton Elementary Schools – District 115 – Princeton, IL
1. Healthy students should not be required to follow contact tracing and quarantine guidelines that deny them access to their education. Healthy students should not be required to stay home from school or provide proof of a negative COVID test in order to return to school. Why are these guidelines being enforced only for COVID, but not for any other communicable diseases?
2. Healthy students should not be mandated to wear masks at school or at any school sponsored activity. Masks can cause physical, social, emotional, academic, and spiritual harm. A mask optional policy, allows parents to decide if and when they want their children to wear masks.
3. Please survey all parents in the district if they support or oppose mask mandates. Please survey all staff in the district if they support or oppose mask mandates. Please survey all parents in the district if they support or oppose contact tracing and quarantining healthy children. Please survey all staff in the district if they support or oppose contact tracing and quarantining healthy children.
Know Your Rights
Masks, Vaccines, Quarantines, and Testing are all included as health care services/medical care, as per the Illinois Health Care Right of Conscience Act 745 ILCS 70, Section 2.
The General Assembly finds and declares that people and organizations hold different beliefs about whether certain health care services are morally acceptable. It is the public policy of the State of Illinois to respect and protect the right of conscience of all persons who refuse to obtain, receive or accept, or who are engaged in, the delivery of, arrangement for, or payment of health care services and medical care whether acting individually, corporately, or in association with other persons; and to prohibit all forms of discrimination, disqualification, coercion, disability or imposition of liability upon such persons or entities by reason of their refusing to act contrary to their conscience or conscientious convictions in providing, paying for or refusing to obtain, receive, accept, deliver, pay for, or arrange for the payment of health care services and medical care. It is also the public policy of the State of Illinois to ensure that patients receive timely access to information and medically appropriate care.