Schools in this state are pushing hard for their students to do one thing…
Get vaccinated, specifically with the Pfizer COVID vaccine.
They’re even offering freebies to encourage them to do it.
Free backpacks and educational supplies are being provided to students, in exchange of a coronavirus vaccinations.
Arizona Department of Education is working with Phoenix Union High School District to provide free backpacks and educational supplies to students that submit themselves into taking the Pfizer coronavirus vaccination.National File
When public institutions do things like this, it really makes you wonder why they’re so desperate.
They’re even giving away vouchers for students to get to vaccination sites.
The Arizona Department of Education has provided Lyft vouchers for students and parents in order to get to one of the 15 vaccination location sites. There is no indication provided on the flier or signup website that parents must accompany the student and provide consent for the child’s vaccination.National File
Have they ever pushed anything this hard before?
Not that we can recall.
One Twitter user had a great response, quote-tweeting the Superintendent of Public Instruction in Arizona, Kathy Hoffman.
This is definitely not something that should be happening, let alone something taxpayers should be footing the bill for.
The Phoenix School District also has a policy for those who forget or refuse masks.
Banned from the classroom if you don’t wear a mask.
Bribed to get a vaccine with no parental consent required.
Paid for by taxpayers.
This madness has got to stop.