Tag Archives: Youth

Symposium on Bullying in Schools

This will be an excellent program that would benefit all with an interest in Loudoun County Public Schools. Please encourage those you know to attend. Saturday, February 4, 2012, 2:00-4:00 pm Silver Spring Civic Building One Veterans Plaza Silver Spring, … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Loudoun Out Loud! Gay Men’s Chorus to perform February 3rd in Sterling

Friday February 3rd, 7:30pm Unitarian Universalists of Sterling 22135 Davis Drive, #104 Sterling VA 20164 (map) (Requested donation of $5.00-$10.00) The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington DC will perform an outreach concert to celebrate the one year anniversary of Loudoun … Continue reading

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This sounds a lot like Loudoun County School Board rhetoric

Tell me if any of this language sounds familiar. From the “License to Bully” bill currently under consideration in Tennessee: This bill specifies that such task forces, programs, and other initiatives may not include materials or training that explicitly or … Continue reading

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Nice hyperbole, but hormone blocking therapy is temporary and reversible. Going through the wrong puberty is permanent and irreversible. American Thinker needs to check its moral compass regarding the torture of children.

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No protected classes?

For years the line has been ‘no protected classes,’ and the first thing they throw in — very secretly — was a very protected class, and limited them from repercussions of their own actions. No protected classes, indeed. It’s important … Continue reading

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On exceptions to “all”

Students, all students, should feel safe at school. All students should be protected from bullying. Comedian Keith Deltano demonstrates that the interpretation of “all” can carry exceptions, and that those exceptions can be made invisible through omission. In October 2011, Deltano … Continue reading

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The first priority of the new School Board: sneer at human rights

The very first action taken by the newly elected Loudoun County School Board was this: Regarding the Virginia Human Rights Act: “I move to amend the Board’s previously adopted Legislative Program by removing the recommendation to expand the protected classifications … Continue reading

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