Alhambra football coach Chuck Leonardis and entire staff fired

Here’s Keith Lair’s report

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  • GP AKA Green Machine

    Alhambra Football is Finished.

  • Rene77

    they are done!!!

  • DMHO consequences

    If the coaches had given the players Dihydrogen Monoxide, they should be
    prosecuted and spend the rest of their life in prison. Dihydrogen
    Monoxide may cause scalding burns,can be fatal if inhaled and is also
    used a fire retardant. Your local PC educators should protect school
    kids at all costs. Even at the cost of common sense. But unfortunately
    I’ve seen numerous football coaches give liberal amounts of DMHO to the
    entire team. It’s so bad now the the girls teams are founding out about
    it and using DMHO. They don’t won’t to be left behind in the performance
    benefits of DMHO. What is the sports world coming too????

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  • drleomarvin

    And yet California schools can
    provide abortion services without parental consent. Incredible….our
    world is completely upside down….

    Cal. Health & Safety Code Sec 123450 states that, “An
    unemancipated minor may obtain an abortion without the consent of a
    parent or guardian”

    Cal. Educ. Code Section 46010.1, states
    that, “The governing board of each school district shall, each academic
    year, notify pupils in grades 7 to 12, and the parents or guardians of
    all pupils enrolled in the district, that school authorities may excuse
    any pupil from school for the purpose of obtaining confidential medical
    services without the consent of the pupil’s parent or guardian.”

    66 Ops.Atty.Gen. 244 (7-28-83) states that, “Public school officials
    have the authority to excuse a pupil from regularly scheduled classes to
    obtain medical services for which they may legally consent, including
    abortion, without notification to a parent of guardian.

    In the case of American Academy of Pediatrics v. Lungren,
    the supporting case law, states that the state “authorize(s) minors to
    consent to what are considered to be particularly sensitive medical
    services. (See Fam. Code, §§ 6920-6929).” And that, “A minor of any age
    may consent to care related to the prevention or treatment of pregnancy.
    (Fam. Code, § 6925.)”