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Guidance Document Change: The guidance document "Model Policies Concerning Instructional Materials with Sexually Explicit Content" was developed in conjunction with stakeholders in order to comply with SB656 (2022).
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7/19/22  5:06 pm
Commenter: Anonymous

sexual material at schools

I find it very disturbing that we have officials and board of education system that feel the need to take away the innocence of children. This woke society, that pushes sexual information and transgender ideas to the young needs to back off. Live your lifestyle the way you wish but do not push it on the rest of us. Parents decide what their children should be taught. We are the taxpayers that pay your salaries. You work for the taxpayers. Also, I'm not just speaking for the very young I'm speaking for children up to the age of 18!!!! Children should be able to concentrate what is needed for their future and I'm not speaking of their sexual future. They need time to mature and enjoy their childhood.  I find it appalling that this is even a subject that needs to be discussed, since its being pushed down our throats. I would like to support school choice only!! Our tax monies, our choice! 

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