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Middle School and a leader in the group By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), wrote to allies early Thursday morning saying she was “In Need Of Your Support Once Again.” “Fox News is waging a hysterical witch-hunt against me because of my prominence in the Bay Area movement against Trump and his Breitbart white supremacist backers,” she wrote.“The fact that I stood my ground against a Fox News demagogue-journalist was a surprising humiliation to him and the Fox News audience, and has driven several hundred Trump supporters into a frenzied attempt to create a new witch-hunt.“You are to treat all students equally regardless of their ethnicity.” The letter also instructs Felarca to avoid using “a defiant, rude or insubordinate tone” with district staff, and says, “You are not to lie or engage in any type of dishonesty,” or “try to bully or manipulate District officials.” The district said she had to remove her petition and any posts related to “this confidential personnel matter” from her Facebook page, the BAMN website and “other on-line locations available to the public.” The district said Felarca again mis-used leave in November and December 2014 to protest, in part, UC regents during regular school hours. 20 where BUSD said Felarca spoke to students and during public comment at a meeting, as documented on You Tube and by the Associated Press.The next month, Felarca took part in large Black Lives Matter demonstrations in Berkeley and Oakland and BUSD said she missed work inappropriately as a result.The district cited six Education Code sections related to its notification letter, which was dated June 30, 2016: immoral conduct, evident unfitness for service, persistent violation of or refusal to obey school laws, dishonesty, unprofessional conduct and unsatisfactory performance.In 2009, according to the letter, Felarca “repeatedly solicited students to participate in protests” against a proposed charter school BUSD was considering, despite having been formally reprimanded about involving students in her political activities, and pursuing those activities during the work day.
As a public school district, we follow the law, including the U. and California Constitutions, the California Education Code, and our collective bargaining agreements,” they wrote, continuing: “It is important to emphasize that we firmly support the First Amendment right to free speech.
In her email Thursday, Felarca asked people to call the Berkeley School Board, and King Middle School directly, to “let them know that you support me against the bullying and harassment by Trump’s supporters.” She said they could also come to the Berkeley School Board meeting Wednesday, Feb.
22, to make their voices heard during public comment.
They have made hundreds of calls to the Berkeley school administration attempting to frighten school officials into firing me.” Charles Burress, Berkeley Unified School District spokesman, estimated that at least 1,000 emails and calls came in this week urging just that.“They continue to come in,” he said Thursday at about noon.
Expressions of support, on the other hand, have been slim.