State Representative Randy Fine Urges Brevard County Parents to Make Their Voices Heard at School Board Meeting

By  //  July 29, 2021

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State Representative Randy Fine released a statement via social media on Thursday that called for Brevard County parents to make their voices heard at tonight’s BPS School Board meeting in Viera.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – State Representative Randy Fine released a statement via social media on Thursday that called for Brevard County parents to make their voices heard at tonight’s BPS School Board meeting in Viera.

The meeting is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. from the Educational Services Facility located at 2700 Judge Fran Jamieson Way in Viera.

“At tonight’s school board meeting, School Board Member Jennifer Jenkins intends to ask the Board to compel parents to require their children to wear masks next school year. This, despite clear evidence that COVID is neither highly transmissible in school and has nominal effect on children,” said Rep. Fine.

Rep. Fine continued by calling out School Board Member Jennifer Jenkins, representing District 3.

“If you want to stand up for your rights, call Jenkins RIGHT NOW and let her know exactly how you feel at 917-612-4015. This is your opportunity to speak loud and speak strong. Make your public record now!

Among the topics to be discussed will be the mask policy, Critical Race Theory and the BPS budget for the upcoming school year.

Last month, Rep. Fine held a press conference in conjunction with Moms for Liberty to share their evidence of hundreds of thousands of dollars being spent to teach and promote Critical Race Theory in Brevard Public Schools.

ABOVE VIDEO: Rep. Randy Fine, Moms for Liberty host a press conference in Palm Bay about critical race theory in Brevard Public Schools.