National Association for Children and Safe Technology

Channel 7 NEWS piece about schools that are taking the WIFI out

for safety reasons.

Examples of Schools that Removed  WIFI!

  • Winlaw Elementary School, B.C. Canada turned off WiFi.

  • New Zealand Te Horo Primary School Replaced WIFI with cable-based internet.

  • Kootenay Lakes District School Board BC (One school without Wi-Fi)

  • Blaise-Cendrars High School, Switzerland. Teachers vote to remove WiFi.

  • Kivioja primary school in Ylivieska Finland bans phones and minimizes Wireless.

  • Aurora School in Ontario removed Wifi and replaced with hardwired.

  • North Cariboo Christian School in Quesnel, B.C., removed Wi-fi . 

  • Saanich School District has banned WiFi in all elementary schools.

  • Pretty River Academy in Ontario no WiFi.

  • Wayside Academy, Peterborough, Ontario no Wi Fi.

  • Surrey, BC Roots and Wings Montessori removed Wi-Fi.

  • Ontario St. Vincent Euphrasia elementary school: Parents voted to turn off Wi-Fi.

  • HEROUVILLE-SAINT-CLAIR wi-fi networks removed.

More excellent videos can be found in the school video and home video sections. 
We are listening to medical doctors and researchers who are concerned about the health and safety issues presented by  exposing school children to daily wireless radiation.  They are recommending safe, wired technology in our schools. 

Safe Technology in Schools & The Importance of a Wi-Fi Ban  

"Former Miss India goes Ballistic on Wi-Fi in Schools"  -The Hindu Business Line
"Juhi Chawla is now working with citizens groups and schools to create awareness on the use of Wi-Fi in educational institutions, and minimize the impact of EMF radiations. "


NACST''s 2015 Turn It Off 4 Kids Initiative:

A HALT to Wireless Technology in Schools.  Install Wired Internet Connectivity.
“We will not get rid of the Internet or computers.  We should not ignore, however, the enlarging body of science that points to real threats to public health and, especially, our children’s safety and well-being.  The best approach is precautionary.  Reduce the risk by reducing the microwave emissions.  It is our obligation as physicians and parents to protect our children.  They are the future and our legacy."

Dr. Cindy Russell, Vice President of  Environmental Health,
Santa Clara American Medical Association Bulletin article Shallow Minds

U.S. schools are rapidly introducing new technology programs into their curriculum that require internet connectivity.  Schools are choosing wireless connections over hard wired connections.  Industrial sized routers are required to operate the multiple devices in use at one time. These routers and wireless devices emit microwave radiation which is linked to cancer, brain, and immune damage.