Twenty campus officers said they were unfairly fired from the Los Angeles Unified School District even after they “appropriately filed” for exemptions to its COVID-19 vaccination mandate.
In a suit filed Jan. 10, the peace and security officers claimed the district didn’t bother to discuss options and instead told the workers they would be fired if they did not comply.
“Each Plaintiff submitted to the District a request for an exemption and accommodation from the District’s vaccination policy and provided the requested supporting information and documentation,” the suit said.
“However, each exemption and accommodation request was denied by the District in summarily fashion. … The District’s attempt at even forming some semblance of a real interactive process was a mess to say the least.”