In Ken Moore's recent supplemental declaration, he states:
The District also argues that in the spring of 2012, Bullis’ charter was nearly revoked based on information Bullis requested from students in connection with its admissions process. (Opp. at 4.) That is not true. The County Staff merely identified “potential” issues with our enrollment applications, and asked that we adjust them to conform to what the County considers “best practices.” The County Staff never said anything we were doing was unlawful...
But this is provably false. At the SCCOE board meeting on May 2, 2012, County Superintendent Charles Weis stated:
The requirement to be eligible for the lottery to supply an IEP is absolutely illegal. The requirement for a drivers license cannot be used. We've clearly communicated that to the leadership of Bullis School, and we expect to see changes.
I'm looking forward to his penalty of perjury. After all, he did state:
I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct.