Fact Sheet: Rancho Mission Viejo Transportation
Why is the Ranch building the Toll Road for CalTRANS/TCA?
Because CalTrans/TCA was denied the 401 Certification it needed to build the 241 Toll Road extension from Oso Parkway to Cow Camp Road.
Complaint and Request for Emergency Intervention and Injunctive Relief - Enforcement Division CARB and California State Water Resources
Date: February 13, 2018
To: Tod Sax, Division Chief, Enforcement Division
California Air Resources Board
To: Dr. Mathew Buffleben, SIU Supervisor
The Office of Enforcement - Special Investigations Unit
California State Water Resources Board
From: Dawn Urbanek, Taxpayer/student Advocate Capistrano Unified School District
Re: San Diego Water Board "F" Street from "A" Street to Oso Parkway Project Certification Number R9-2014-0144
The full Complaint can be read at this link:
NO RULE OF LAW IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA! TIME TO GET THE FEDS INVOLVED!
|OCDE Legal Memo- Parents Cannot Opt Children Out of Controversial Sex Education Curriculum|
Under "Local Control", instruction in core educational subjects (math, english, science, art, music and PE) that align with State Content Standards and Curriculum Frameworks are no longer a "requirement", they are now a "recommendation" according to the CDE. In CUSD we actually have students who do not receive instruction in art or music because their parents cannot afford to fundraise for it. But the State is now telling parents that the ONLY subject that all PUBLIC SCHOOL (not PRIVATE SCHOOL) students are to receive; is the study of gender, gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation as long as it does not actually discuss how these genders perform sex acts?
This is the first time that "curriculum" was written by activists organizations promoting a political agenda, and mandated through State law rather than created through the California Department of Education.
Use of the public education system to promote political agendas is offensive. This should be challenged as a violation of civil liberties. If the State's number one educational priority is gender studies it is time for the Public to dismantle the California public education system which has gone from number one in the world to almost last.
What has gone so wrong with the California Legislature?
This law promotes teaching this curriculum in every grade K-12.
Tesoro High School Is The First High School to Have a Toll Road On Its Property!
Tesoro High School sits on four parcels of land that CUSD has owned since 1997.
The Map shows that the Toll Road is being constructed inside Tesoro High School Property Boundary.
Below is the Right of Way for the Tesoro Extension of the 241 Toll Road from Oso Parkway to the Ortega. Work should be stopped on the Oso Bridge Gap Closure Project so that property rights can be determined. CUSD was not a part of the Right of Way Agreement. DMB San Juan Investment North LLC and San Juan Partnership No III had no right to encumber CUSD property.
This revelation means that all work must be stopped and a new environmental review must be done. There has been a SUBSTANTIAL SHIFT IN ALIGNMENT OF THE ROAD such that it now sits within Tesoro High School property boundaries.
The environmental review for Noise and Air are no longer valid.
The 401 Waste Water Discharge Permit drains all the water under Tesoro High School in an area that is subject to liquification.
The health and safety risks to students must be re-evaluated.
|New Law Forces Schools To Release Students From School Without Parental Notification|
Has your child taken a survey at school that asks about their sexuality? Planned Parent Hood would like to know!
AB329 CA Education Code Sections 51930‐51939 The California Healthy Youth Act mandates that schools must release students from campus without parental notification.
Yes. The California Healthy Youth Act requires that students learn about local resources for sexual and reproductive health care, sexual assault and intimate partner violence. (EC §§ 51934(a)(8)) The law also requires instruction about how students can access those resources and their rights to access them. For example, under California law, minors may consent to confidential medical care related to reproductive health care, including prevention and treatment of pregnancy (under 18 years of age) and prevention and treatment for HIV and STIs (12 years and older). (California Family Code §§ 6925, 6926; EC § 46010.1; American Academy of Pediatrics v. Lungren, 16 Cal.4th 307 (1997); 87 Ops. Cal. Atty. Gen. 168, 172 (2004)).
In addition, students also have the right to obtain sensitive services, including reproductive health care, during school hours, and must be allowed to leave campus for the purpose of obtaining these services. (EC § 48205; EC § 46010.1; 87 Ops. Cal. Atty. Gen. 168, 172 (2004)). In these instances, schools are not allowed to require parental consent or notification, and must mark the student’s absence as excused and allow the student to make up full credit for assignments or class time missed. (EC § 48205; 87 Ops. Cal. Atty. Gen. 168, 172 (2004).)For further guidance on confidential medical release, please visit the National Center for Youth Law document -- Confidential Medical Release : Frequently Asked Questions from Schools and Districts.
So a 12 year old child can ask to be excused from school. Leave campus unsupervised, and the parents have no right to know there child is no longer at school.
How does a 12 year old get from school to Planned Parenthood?
Who is responsible for the safety of the child once they leave school unsupervised?
Are the health framework for California public schools and the California Health Education Content Standards current with respect to legal requirement for comprehensive sexual health and HIV prevention program?
No. The Health Framework from 2003 is extremely outdated and is inconsistent with the California Healthy Youth Act; it should not be used. The California Health Education Content Standards, adopted in 2008, do not directly conflict with the California Healthy Youth Act but also do not include all required content. Therefore, the health standards should not be independently relied upon for developing or evaluating sexual health curriculum.
However, the California Department of Education, Instructional Quality Commission, and State Board of Education have begun the revision process for the Health Education Framework and expect completion by May 2019.
Why are political activists writing curriculum for California Public Schools?
In order to facilitate the collection of data needed by researchers to evaluate the effectiveness of comprehensive sexual health education and other unintended pregnancy prevention efforts, the law permits schools to administer anonymous, voluntary, confidential, age-appropriate surveys or questionnaires in which students are asked about their sexual activities and attitudes in order to measure their health behaviors and risks. Parents/guardian must be notified of any planned surveys or questionnaires, be given the opportunity to review these surveys or questionnaires and, in grades 7-12, be given the opportunity to request in writing that their child not participate. Schools may not adopt an active consent or “opt-in” policy for these surveys or questionnaires for students in grades 7 to 12. (EC § 51938(c).) Prior to grade 7, parents must give active consent in order for their child to participate.
Parents have the right to opt their child out of all or part of Comprehensive Sexual Health Education
(a) A parent or guardian of a pupil has the right to excuse their child from all or part of comprehensive sexual health education, HIV prevention education, and assessments related to that education through a passive consent (“opt-out”) process. A school district shall not require active parental consent (“opt-in”) for comprehensive sexual health education and HIV prevention education.
(b) At the beginning of each school year, or, for a pupil who enrolls in a school after the beginning of the school year, at the time of that pupil’s enrollment, each school district shall notify the parent or guardian of each pupil about instruction in comprehensive sexual health education and HIV prevention education and research on pupil health behaviors and risks planned for the coming year. The notice shall do all of the following:
(1) Advise the parent or guardian that written and audiovisual educational materials used in comprehensive sexual health education and HIV prevention education are available for inspection.
(2) Advise the parent or guardian whether the comprehensive sexual health education or HIV prevention education will be taught by school district personnel or by outside consultants. A school district may provide comprehensive sexual health education or HIV prevention education, to be taught by outside consultants, and may hold an assembly to deliver comprehensive sexual health education or HIV prevention education by guest speakers, but if it elects to provide comprehensive sexual health education or HIV prevention education in either of these manners, the notice shall include the date of the instruction, the name of the organization or affiliation of each guest speaker, and information stating the right of the parent or guardian to request a copy of this section, Section 51933, and Section 51934. If arrangements for this instruction are made after the beginning of the school year, notice shall be made by mail or another commonly used method of notification, no fewer than 14 days before the instruction is delivered.
(3) Include information explaining the parent’s or guardian’s right to request a copy of this chapter.
(4) Advise the parent or guardian that the parent or guardian has the right to excuse their child from comprehensive sexual health education and HIV prevention education and that in order to excuse their child they must state their request in writing to the school district.
(c) Notwithstanding Section 51513, anonymous, voluntary, and confidential research and evaluation tools to measure pupils’ health behaviors and risks, including tests, questionnaires, and surveys containing age-appropriate questions about the pupil’s attitudes concerning or practices relating to sex, may be administered to any pupil in grades 7 to 12, inclusive. A parent or guardian has the right to excuse their child from the test, questionnaire, or survey through a passive consent (“opt-out”) process. A school district shall not require active parental consent (“opt-in”) for these tests, questionnaires, or surveys in grades 7 to 12, inclusive. Parents or guardians shall be notified in writing that this test, questionnaire, or survey is to be administered, given the opportunity to review the test, questionnaire, or survey if they wish, notified of their right to excuse their child from the test, questionnaire, or survey, and informed that in order to excuse their child they must state their request in writing to the school district.
(d) The use of outside consultants or guest speakers as described in paragraph (2) of subdivision (b) is within the discretion of the school district.
Parents have the right to opt their child out of all surveys or questionnaires that ask about a students sexual activities and attitudes in order to measure their health behaviors and risks.
(a) A pupil may not attend any class in comprehensive sexual health education or HIV prevention education, or participate in any anonymous, voluntary, and confidential test, questionnaire, or survey on pupil health behaviors and risks, if the school has received a written request from the pupil’s parent or guardian excusing the pupil from participation.
(b) A pupil may not be subject to disciplinary action, academic penalty, or other sanction if the pupil’s parent or guardian declines to permit the pupil to receive comprehensive sexual health education or HIV prevention education or to participate in anonymous, voluntary, and confidential tests, questionnaires, or surveys on pupil health behaviors and risks.
(c) While comprehensive sexual health education, HIV prevention education, or anonymous, voluntary, and confidential test, questionnaire, or survey on pupil health behaviors and risks is being administered, an alternative educational activity shall be made available to pupils whose parents or guardians have requested that they not receive the instruction or participate in the test, questionnaire, or survey.
Keep in mind that the Oso Bridge Project and the Oso Bridge Gap closure project are separate projects that each require a "Different" CEQA... a different environmental review.
The 401 Waste Water Discharge permit was granted to the Ranch (a private entity to build F Street aka Los Patrones Parkway as a FREE arterial road). It also allowed the Ranch to build on and off ramps onto Oso Parkway.
(1) Certification Number R9-2014-0144 expressly states:
"F" Street is not the Tesoro Extension of SR-241 that was denied waste water discharge requirements by the San Diego Water Board in 2013 (proceeding on Tentative Order R9-2013-0007) or a facility related to SR-241 and the Tesoro Extension is not covered by this Certification. "F" Street will be operated by the County of Orange as a free road."
Knowing this... look at the action the TCA Board of Directors took on December 17, 2017 (Documents below)
The following statement by the TCA is a lie:
Clearly, the TCA was denied a 401 Wastewater Discharge Permit to build a "Direct Connection" between Los Patrones (a FREE Road) and the 241 Toll Road at Tesoro.
The County of Orange and TCA/CalTrans committed a fraud upon the public with the administrative action taken December 14, 2017.
A new environmental review must be opened prior to any construction of the Oso Bridge Gap Closure Project.