With Washington students heading back to school in the days and weeks ahead, it’s important for parents to know and understand what is happening at schools and what resources will be provided to your student, with or without your knowledge or consent.
Almost all school districts, with measures on the Feb 2023 ballot across the state, are failing to practice what they are supposed to be preaching and teaching.
“The legislature recognizes that parents are the best protectors of their children and have the natural right and duty to care for them.
The legislature acknowledges that the United States supreme court has repeatedly recognized and protected the rights of parents and guardians and stressed the importance of family.”
Even if you are not a parent or grandparent, we really need your voice. It is infuriating what we are watching in the legislature’s education committees this session. Complete disregard and disdain for parents. The Democrats in power truly believe that they have the authority over OUR children. Please, join us in fighting back! We’re doing our best to make it easy for you.
If parents object to certain teaching materials, they may bring those objections to their local school board and let the superintendent know. District superintendents then establish curriculum FOR THEIR DISTRICT based on their district’s needs. Critical theory proponents in Olympia don’t like this. So, they’ve introduced SB 5237 which threatens non-compliant school districts with certain consequences, including withholding twenty percent of the district’s funds.
Here in Washington, Senator Perry Dozier of Walla Walla has sponsored a Parents Bill of Rights related to their child’s education in public schools. We have seen the public schools – led by the state OSPI – intentionally cut parents out of the education process and bring policies and programs into the schools that are anti-parent and anti-family.
Representative Jim Walsh (R LD-19) pre-filed House Bill 1093 last week, making another attempt for school choice in Washington state. This bill would provide a scholarship that would be by application and available to 100,000 students on a first come first served...
I recently heard that Chris Reykdal, the OSPI (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction) for Washington state had requested that the legislature consider making school supplies free to students. After sitting through the 2022 legislative session, watching...
In this article, I will take you on a “deep dive” through the curriculum and materials being used by the school district in my community and help you identify what’s happening in your local school district
As many parents have learned over the course of the last two years, the government schools in Washington state are less concerned with educating our students and preparing them for success after high school as they are indoctrinating them with leftist ideology, including gender diversity, critical race theory and comprehensive sex ed (CSE).