Important School Board Meeting — June 27

The Fairfax County School Board will be meeting this Thursday, June 27, to consider important issues affecting family rights, sexualization of children, and the agenda of the tiny-but-powerful transgender lobby.  In particular, it will be voting on sex-education recommendations made by the Family Life Education Curriculum Advisory Committee (FLECAC).  These proposals include showing graphic videos…

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The Transgender Agenda at FCPS — What’s Next?

The Fairfax County School Board will be voting on several recommended changes to the sex-ed curriculum for Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) at its next meeting, on June 27.  For this reason, several community members addressed the issues at the Board’s June 13 meeting. Two speakers, including myself, voiced concerns about some of the Family…

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Karl Frisch’s Sacred Texts

On December 13 the recently elected members of the Fairfax County School Board were sworn into office.  The incoming Chair, Karl Frisch, is pictured above as he took his oath. What are the texts Frisch’s left hand rests on?  They don’t include the Bible, the Torah, the Koran or other sacred books commonly used when…

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Fairfax’s Transgender Policy Must Be Challenged

The Fairfax County Public School system (FCPS) says it won’t comply with the Virginia Department of Education’s new transgender policy because the current FCPS policy is “consistent with federal and state anti-discrimination laws as required by the new model policies.”  See Letter from Superintendent Michelle Reid to the Community, Aug. 15, 2023. HERE. This is…

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Fairfax County Schools Sexualize Education and Exclude Parents

The Federalist recently carried a very informative and perceptive article about the transgender issue, exclusion of parents, and the sexualization of education in Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS), written by a former member of the FCPS Family Life Education Curriculum Advisory Committee.  It is well worth reading. A link to the article is HERE. If…

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Fairfax Parents Excluded From Kids’ Gender Issues

A Conversation Between a Pre-Teen and Teacher Recently, twelve-year-old Sam approached a teacher at his Fairfax County public school, and this conversation occurred: Sam:  Miss Jones, I sometimes wonder whether I’m really a girl, trapped in a boy’s body. Jones:  When did you start feeling that way? Sam:  A while ago, but last week, when…

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