Safe School

 Kids feeling better without Wi-Fi

Letter to the Editor

March 6, 2011

I recently removed my children from Terry Fox Elementary School due to my children complaining about feeling sick and having headaches.

I would love everyone to know that my children are feeling fantastic now.

It completely surprised me how much better they actually are.

My son was using an inhaler for his asthma every day.

He would miss between 35 and 40 days of school for the last three years due to vomiting and diarrhea.

The doctors and I believed he had a food allergy and I had the task of writing everything down that he ate when he was ill. Nothing seemed to be consistent to his problem.

Since he left school in the middle of November 2010, he has not used his inhaler even once.

I now don't believe he has a mysterious food allergy and he has not had any vomiting or diarrhea since leaving school.

Wi-Fi has been affecting my son for the last three years and I feel sick that I didn't know, and was not consulted that Terry Fox was a pilot project for Wi-Fi and I have been subjecting my children to something I completely believe is harmful to them.

I am happy to report my daughter's days are not filled with headaches and nausea too.

Judy Drennan, Barrie

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