A Virginia pupil spoke out publicly towards his college’s mask mandate at a current college board assembly. Noah Rafalski, who attends college in Loudoun County, mentioned on Fox & Friends” Thursday the school board’s decisions are not right.

“I feel that it’s a crime to masks me and all people else at [Loudoun County Public Schools],” he told the board Tuesday, telling them that his friend has yelled at him for not wearing his mask. 

“You turned him into a complete madman. … This is what you are doing to us. You’re making individuals go nuts,” he told the board members.

On “Fox & Friends,” Noah said he doesn’t understand why the school board is still requiring students to wear masks.

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“I didn’t really feel like what they’re doing is true,” he told Fox News’ Ainsley Earhardt.

The Loudoun County school board has faced immense scrutiny in recent months for its gender policy and support for critical race theory. 

The district made headlines in May for suspending elementary teacher Tanner Cross over his explosive speech against the district’s policy on gender, which required staff to use students’ preferred pronouns.

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“I cannot affirm {that a} organic boy could be a lady and vice versa as a result of it’s towards my faith,” Cross told the school board.

The case went to the Virginia Supreme Court and, ultimately, a lower court ruling required his reinstatement. 

The district also faced backlash after it was reported that more than $34,000 was spent on critical race theory coaching for administrators. 

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Dr. Ben Carson and an anti-CRT organization are two of many who have publicly opposed the Loudoun County school district’s support of critical race theory. 

Noah’s parents, Megan and Adam Rafalski, supported their son’s decision to speak out against the school board and agree that masks shouldn’t be mandated.

“If individuals need to put on masks, then please go forward. You’re welcome to it,” Megan Rafalski said. “But we simply don’t really feel that it’s proper to mandate it.”

Adam Rafalski expressed the importance of parents’ voices being heard when it comes to school policies and called on the board to implement policies that reflect parents’ desires.

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“We actually consider that’s our proper as mother and father to have the ability to have affect on the faculties,” he said. “They’re an elected college board. Their salaries and the lecturers’ are paid by our tax {dollars}.” 

“Many of the ideas that this nation was constructed on is the truth that we’re a consultant authorities.” 

On Tuesday, Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe made headlines in a debate when he said parents should not be “telling colleges what they need to train.”

Fox News’ Sam Dorman contributed to this report.