So what if your daughter comes back from a school trip and tells you that a boy student was allowed to sleep in the same room with her and her friends? The reason is that the boy identifies as a girl. He did not wish to sleep with the boy students, and he did not wish to sleep alone.
What do you do? The wrong answer is to storm up to the school and demand an explanation. If you wish to redress the issue, you will likely be told that you have no right to know. You are likely to be further informed that the school’s privacy rules prohibit them from sharing such information with you or anyone else.
Much like policy being instituted in Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools, the parents do not have to be told. They think that your kids belong to them, and you have no legal say.
Now this might seem far-fetched, but there are parents in one Maryland school system that will have to face such treatment.
The American Conservative reports:
Bob Mosier, the chief communications officer for the school system, addresses “the field trip issue.” If you are chaperoning an overnight school trip, and student who is a biological male but identifies as a female wants to sleep among the girls, what do you do? “The answer is, they sleep with the females,” the administrator says. “That’s not the easy answer; it’s the right answer.”
And, he adds, because of privacy rules, teachers and others are not allowed to disclose to parents of other students what’s actually going on.
The quotes are from a training video that was sent to them. This video is training school administration and teachers how they are going to deal with new policy. These people think that they have a right to our children, but they do not.
If this is not the sign to pull our children from the state schools, nothing is.
Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com