Re: [humanism-174] Pupil Hernandez, who refused to wear RFID, loses appeal

From: user 6.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 9, 2013 3:13 PM
I'm right there with you about work arounds! I don't think that makes it a bad idea. If that were the case nothing that can be worked around would be worthwhile.
John David Poole
Aflac Associate
(419)[masked]


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>Date: Wed, 9 Jan[masked]:21:48 -0500
>From: [address removed] (on behalf of Bruce Orcutt <[address removed]>)
>Subject: Re: [humanism-174] Pupil Hernandez, who refused to wear RFID, loses appeal  
>To: [address removed]
>
>   This is obviously what's next, child tracker! (from
>   South Park): :)
>
>   http://tinypic.co...­
>
>   On Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 10:45 AM, Joanna
>   <[address removed]> wrote:
>
>     Hey, John, do me a big favor and hold my card for
>     me. I gotta ditch the rest of the day and meet my
>     BFF at the mall for Starbucks and shopping. I'll
>     take your card for you tomorrow; just drop it off
>     at my house tonight! 
>
>     Ha! Already found a way to skip school anyhow. 
>     As any student could do this or stash their card
>     some other place in the school, there will always
>     be a way around chipped cards.  What next to
>     remedy that problem?
>      
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>      
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>      
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>      
>
>     In Loving Memory of SSG Edward W. Carman
>     Nov. 1976-Apr.2004 - US Army, 2/12 Cavalry
>
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>     From: John David Poole <[address removed]>
>     To: [address removed]
>     Sent: Wed, January 9,[masked]:36:39 AM
>     Subject: Re: [humanism-174] Pupil Hernandez, who
>     refused to wear RFID, loses appeal
>     How long are we going to insist our schools do
>     "SOMETHING ABOUT....." and attack everything they
>     do? Since the school is responsible for kids
>     during the school day, they ought to be able to
>     use technology to at least know where they are!!!
>     John David Poole
>     Aflac Associate
>     (419)[masked] cell
>
>     ---- Original message ----
>     >Date: Wed, 9 Jan[masked]:44:49 -0500
>     >From: [address removed] (on behalf of Bruce
>     Orcutt <[address removed]>)
>     >Subject: Re: [humanism-174] Pupil Hernandez, who
>     refused to wear RFID, loses appeal 
>     >To: [address removed]
>     >
>     >  Doesnt seem to be in this article, but read
>     >  yesterday that the school offered a compromise
>     of a
>     >  no chip id card just for her. She said ANY
>     form of
>     >  id card, chip or no, would be the mark of the
>     beast.
>     >  Court ruled the modified card was "reasonable
>     >  accomidation".
>     >
>     >  On Jan 9,[masked]:45 AM, "sheri presloid"
>     >  <[address removed]> wrote:
>     >
>     >   
>     http://www.bbc.co...­
>     >    It doesn't mention what she did.  She is
>     either
>     >    going to transfer to another school or pray
>     >    forever and ever with her "mark of the
>     beast"
>     >    badge.
>     >    The article is not that big, so here it is
>     if you
>     >    can't get to the link:
>     >
>     >    A Texan student who refused to wear a badge
>     with a
>     >    radio tag that tracked her movements has
>     lost a
>     >    federal court appeal against her school's
>     ID
>     >    policy.
>     >
>     >    The radio chips track attendance, which in
>     turn
>     >    helps secure school funding.
>     >
>     >    But Andrea Hernandez, 15, stopped wearing
>     the
>     >    badge on religious grounds, saying it was
>     the
>     >    "mark of the beast".
>     >
>     >    After John Jay High School suspended her,
>     she went
>     >    to court and won a temporary injunction to
>     >    continue her studies at the school, without
>     the
>     >    tag.
>     >
>     >    The federal court ruling overturned that,
>     saying
>     >    if she was to stay at the school, she would
>     be
>     >    required to wear the badge. Otherwise, she
>     would
>     >    have to transfer to a new school.
>     >
>     >    The new identification policy at the
>     Northside
>     >    Independent School District (NISD) in San
>     Antonio,
>     >    Texas, began at the start of the 2012
>     school year.
>     >
>     >    John Jay High School is one of two schools
>     >    piloting the programme, which eventually
>     aims to
>     >    equip all student badges across the
>     district's 112
>     >    schools with radio-frequency identification
>     (RFID)
>     >    chips.
>     >
>     >    The badges reveal each student's location
>     on their
>     >    campus, giving the district more precise
>     >    information on attendance.
>     >
>     >    The daily average of the attendance is
>     related to
>     >    how much funding each school receives.
>     >
>     >    But Miss Hernandez said the badge was the
>     "mark of
>     >    the beast", as described in chapter 13 of
>     the Book
>     >    of Revelation in the Bible.
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