Disgusting ..And they wonder why parents,home school or do without a lot to send Kids,toThe following day Williams met with the principal.
The principal confirmed that Brynns teacher did the appropriate thing by stopping her mid-presentation and there are specific education codes that protect the school, Williams said.
The principal then asked Brynn, who had tears in her eyes, to come into her office and deliver the same presentation that was censored in the classroom. Afterwards, the principal stood by her decision.
She confirmed there was no way Brynn could finish that presentation, the disappointed mom told me. It was to protect the other students from being offended by Brynns presentation.
The principal reportedly told her that Brynn could write about her beliefs in a journal but she was not allowed to share her beliefs aloud to any other student.
Tyler sent a letter to the school district demanding they apologize to Brynn and change their policies limiting religious liberty.
The disapproval and hostility that Christian students have come to experience in our nations public schools has become epidemic, he said, warning that should the school district ignore their concerns, they will file a lawsuit.
The school district sent me the following statement:
The Temecula Valley Unified School District respects all students rights under the Constitution and takes very seriously any allegation of discrimination. Due to the fact that District officials are currently investigating the allegations, it would be inappropriate to provide further comment at this time.
Its not the first time the school district has found itself in hot water over religious liberty violations. Last October, a seventh grade student was publicly ridiculed by a teacher for reading the Bible. The classroom assignment had been to read a non-fiction book. The teacher told the student in front of the class that the Bible was fiction and refused to give him credit for the assignment.
Tyler said its clear that the district violated Brynns constitutional rights.
Any act to suppress a students free speech, in this case censorship of Brynns presentation of her family traditions, has violated Brynns constitutional rights unless the school district can reasonably conclude that Brynns speech was going to materially and substantially disrupt the schools work or discipline, he wrote in a letter to the school district.Here, the school district cannot reasonably come to that conclusion.
So heres the way I see it. The school district either:
1.Made a gross mistake;
2.Is ignorant of the Constitution;
3.Is infested with radical secularists who like to bully Christian children:
4.All of the above.
What happened inside that classroom is nothing short of un-American. I dont know about you, but Im getting tired of my tax dollars being used to pay the salaries of public school teachers who humiliate and bully Christian boys and girls.
How would you feel if Brynn was your daughter?
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