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We are dying of curiousity. How do those who have spoken to the School Board in favor of first amendment rights and freedom of expression feel about being labeled “anti-Christian forces,” in particular the majority who are active members of Christian faith communities?
It may be time for a very public correction, and an apology.
Sent: Saturday, March 12, 2005 7:11 PM
SCHOOL BOARD HEARS PRO-FAMILY VOICES AND ANTI-CHRISTIAN FORCES
Sterling School Board member Warren Geurin Is standing firm. Will you stand by, me as your Sterling Supervisor, Geurin, and Sterling’s Children?
Strident anti-Christian pro-gay rights leaders and their misguided followers are publicly urging the school board to encourage pro-homosexual plays, productions, surveys, curriculum and other propaganda at every meeting in recent weeks.
The School Board’s Legislative & Policy Committee meets this Wednesday to create a policy that hopefully will prevent this sort of student club activity from occurring in the future.
The Policy Committee of the School board will undertake a thorough review of the School Board’s legal authority to decide policy in the area of student clubs and activities, as well as how to better hold club sponsors and school administrators more accountable for following School
I urge anyone who desires to express a point of view about a policy of this nature to contact the School Board members now.
How Do I Contact The School Board?
If you agree with Mr. Geurin that “certain things are not acceptable” then write me and him [sic] today.
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