Students whose families oppose masks arrive at a Loudoun County school board meeting carrying baskets full of affidavits.

WATCH: Parents, Kids Let Loudoun County Know They’re Done With Masks in No Uncertain Terms

There have been some schools bucking Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s executive order allowing parents to opt-out of mask mandates.

Seven districts, including Loudoun County, had filed a lawsuit challenging the executive order and a judge has issued a temporary restraining order against the executive order for the moment. But parents in Loudon County have filed a lawsuit against the district which Youngkin has also joined. Several Democrats have joined in a bill to end the mask mandates, so that’s another avenue people are pursuing to end this.

As we reported on Tuesday, a leaked email revealed the district’s plan to get warrants against unmasked students. The Superintendent, John Ziegler, had previously claimed that they were not trying to take any legal actions against the students.

But on Tuesday night, the parents and the children let the district know they have had enough.

They did it in a very visible way. Children, led by two boy scouts in full uniform, served affidavits on the school board officials during their meeting, calling on the board members to cease and desist with the mask mandate.

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