August 18, 6:00pm FUHSD Board Meeting @ Monta Vista High

posted Aug 10, 2015, 11:15 AM by Julia Zhao

On Tuesday Aug. 18 6:00PM, the FUHSD board members will vote on Lynbrook High School ATT cell tower renewal. Please attend this meeting with your friends and neighbors to speak out your oppositions to the ATT renewal! Please wear our “no-tower” T-shirts to show our power! Together we can stop ATT's cell tower from radiating to the Lynbrook High students for another 25 years!

Time: August 18, 6:00pm

PlaceMonta Vista High Auditorium,  21840 McClellan Rd. Cupertino, CA 95014

We provide day-care and food to the meeting attendees. Please fill out the sign-up sheet before Sunday Aug. 16 to facilitate our arrangements.

Please also help us distribute the following flyers to your friends/neighbors.

April 11, 2015 Letter to FUHSD

posted Apr 13, 2015, 1:49 PM by Julia Zhao

Dear FUHSD board members and superintendent:

In the past two months, you may or may not be moved by our voices, but we never 
stopped our steps! We've been busy on collecting signatures from parents, sending 
out flyers to communities, posting news to media, designing and ordering anti cell tower 
T-shirts and yard signs, educating our kids about democracy and human rights...More 
and more people are now aware of the cell tower issues and joining our campaign. We are 
so glad that our group is growing every week, every day! The most important thing is that 
our non-profit organization NoTowerInSchools has been registered.  Now we can hire an experienced attorney to represent us and start legal actions. You've received our attorney's notice for requesting documents on Tuesday via email and also via a hard copy presented in the board meeting.

With legal actions, we are confident that we will win this battle. As we mentioned, we
will NOT give up anyways. Please keep in mind that this is for our kids -they are our treasure, our future. There is no way we will allow our future to be ruined!

-- NoTowerInSchools, a California Non-profit Organization

Please Join the April 7th Rally at Lynbrook High!

posted Apr 10, 2015, 12:07 PM by Julia Zhao   [ updated Apr 10, 2015, 12:08 PM ]

Time: 7:00PM, April 7th, 2015

Address: Lynbrook High Auditorium1280 Johnson Ave, San Jose 95129 (the YELLOW dot in the picture below)

The board of trustees of the Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD) will have a meeting at Lynbrook High on April 7th. The new Verizon cell tower plans for Lynbrook and Cupertino High will be discussed again. Parents will be allowed to speak and express their opinions. Please join this event with your kids and express your objections against the cell towers!

We will provide the yellow "No Cell Towers In Schools" T-shirt. You can pick up the shirt at Rainbow Park this Sunday (April 5th) 4:00-6:30PM. Please donate $20 for each shirt. We are running a fundraising campaign for legal actions against the school district and we need your financial support!

Please also help distribute this flyer to your friends and neighbors and encourage them to join the rally. 

Purchase T-shirt Before 4/7 Rally to Support NoTowerInSchools Drive

posted Mar 19, 2015, 8:02 PM by Julia Zhao

The "No Cell Towers In Schools" T-Shirt is available for purchase! The T-shirt is $20 each, and all the proceeds will be used for the upcoming legal actions. The orders will be delivered by 4/2, ready for our 04/07 Lynbrook Rally.  Please fill out your info in the following form. Please also send the link to your friends and neighbors.

Sincerely appreciate your big support!


Write to Verizon Decision Makers to Express Our Oppositions

posted Mar 18, 2015, 9:50 AM by Julia Zhao   [ updated Mar 18, 2015, 9:51 AM ]

The Verizon representatives who attended various city and school district meetings were not Verizon decision makers, which means Verizon has not heard our strong oppositions! 
Please write to Verizon executives to express your concerns and anger!

Public Relations Manager for Verizon: Heidi Flato (
Write to Verizon: North California President - Contact Russ Preite  (fill form to email)

Mon. 3/16 6:45PM Cell Tower Issue Panel Discussions with FUHSD/Verizon

posted Mar 16, 2015, 10:42 AM by Julia Zhao

To address the recent tension between parent/community groups in Lynbrook and Cupertino HS, FUHSD District Board and Verizon regarding the new cell tower installation on campus, UAAFA (United Asian Americans for Activism) will hold a symposium on the evening of 3/16, for the community to provide exchange platform for the exchange of views and ideas. To maximize the use of discussion time, parents can email questions in advance to

The panelists include School District Board trustees Hung Wei and Bill Wilson, Wallace Iimura from the TICC (Technology Information and Communication Commission), and Verizon representative. Symposium will be chaired by 2014 Lieutenant Governor candidate George Yang (Yang Chengzhi). Activities will be conducted in English, the time and place as follows:

Monday, 3/16, 6:45 PM
Sunflower Learning Center,
19220 Stevens Creek Boulevard
Cupertino, California 95014

Please go to the following link to register.

Please pass this around to your friends and encourage them to attend.

The Chinese version of this notification is at link:

Please Comment on the Biased Mercury News Article on Cell Tower Issues

posted Mar 12, 2015, 4:15 PM by Julia Zhao

Mercury News just published a biased article "Cupertino parent group rallies against cell equipment proposal in FUHSD". Please write to the author Alia Wilson and/or post comments under the article to reveal the truths and requesting a fair report from her.

Here are some of our comments:
1.We parents never said William Hammett is an employee of Verizon. We only said that he works for Verizon as contractor, as well works for FUHSD. He presented to the FUHSD board in the 02/03/15 board hearing. The board members knew his background, what is point to order another report from him? 
2. It's NOT common that high schools have cell towers installed. In the FUHSD's 5 high schools, 2 of them (Monta Vista and Homestead) have no cell towers. Many high schools out of FUHSD never have cell towers. 

Public Hearings on Wireless Communications Antennae - March 11

posted Mar 9, 2015, 12:05 PM by Julia Zhao   [ updated Mar 11, 2015, 12:37 AM by Allen ]

The City of San José Planning Commission and the City Council are scheduled to hold public hearings on proposed changes to the Zoning Code to streamline processing of Wireless Communications Antennae modifications for collocation on towers or building roof-tops pursuant to new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations. This proposal is PP15-014 -- revise the permitting process for certain modification to existing wireless towers.

If these changes are approved, the Wireless Communications Companies (e.g., Verizon) can mount more antennae on existing wireless towers w/o the needing of public hearing and city approval any more.

Please do the following actions:
1. Send emails (a sample email) to San Jose planning commission and council members to oppose item PP15-014 (revise the permitting process for certain modification to existing wireless towers). Their emails are listed below.

2. Call council member Chappie Jones at 408-535-4901 to express your position to the proposal PP15-014.
3. attend Wednesday's meeting and speak out your strong oppositions! 

The Planning Commission Agenda, Staff Report, and Draft Ordinance are available at the following web links:

Media Coverage on Mar. 3 Monta Vista High Rally

posted Mar 6, 2015, 10:52 AM by Julia Zhao   [ updated Mar 11, 2015, 12:36 AM by Allen ]

The news about Mar. 3 Monta Vista High Rally were reported on NTDTV and EpochTimes. 

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Mar. 3d Rally Update

posted Mar 4, 2015, 10:54 PM by Allen   [ updated Mar 6, 2015, 10:54 AM by Julia Zhao ]

The rally at the Monta Vista High School was successful. Many parents gave powerful speeches in front of the FUHSD board of trustees. Xiaogang, a parent from Lynbrook (the speaker in the 2nd picture) bought an EMF meter and tested the cell tower signal strength at Lynbrook and Monta Vista school campuses. He presented a comprehensive report in yesterday's meeting (please see attachment: The Statement of A Lynbrook Parent).

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