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September 21, 2005

Father goes on trial today for being too concerned over his child's education

From WorldNetDaily...

In April, David Parker, of Lexington, spent a night in jail and was charged with criminal trespassing after refusing to leave a scheduled meeting with officials at the Estabrook Elementary School unless they gave him the option of pulling his child out of certain classes.

Parker says the officials had indicated they would agree to a notification policy then suddenly refused. He insists he has done nothing wrong and is willing to contest the charge rather than plea-bargain....

A no-trespass order issued against him by the school – which includes all district property – is "simply an intimidation tactic" against anyone who might protest the school's pro-homosexual policies regarding elementary school children, Article 8 says.

Parker cannot drop off or pick up his children from school; attend his children's sports events or other school activities; meet with his children's teachers at parent-teacher conferences; attend or participate in school committee meetings; or even vote on election day at his local polling place, a public school.

The school was actively recruiting children for homosexuals with a curriculum title Who's in a Family?, designed to indoctrinate children into accepting the perversion of homosexual sex a normal and acceptable. Now the school is continuing the modern day pogrom of those who dare question the propriety of recruiting children into homosexuality with this farce of a trial.

(Previous coverage: Object to government schools recruiting your kid for homosexuals — get arrested, Father faces trial over objection to pro-homosexual kindergarten curriculum)

...meanwhile...

From WorldNetDaily...

The student, Lucas Schrader, had been enrolled in Kent Mt. View Academy, a charter school in the Kent School District near Seattle, for three years. Schrader's parents were required to apply each year for his admission to the school because they live in another district, according to the American Family Association Center for Law & Policy, which is representing the family....

At the end of the previous school year, the student's father learned that a homosexual teacher had been assigned to teach a sex education class for this fall and expressed his concerns to Debbie Dempsey, Kent Mt. View Academy's principal.

Dempsey responded by denying the Schraders' application for reenrollment for this school year, AFA said.

Administrative Law Judge Cindy L. Burdue found "the principal's denial of the parents' application was based entirely upon the statements of [the father] to the principal."

The judge, ordering Lucas Schrader to be admitted to the school, wrote, "The principal, as far as the evidence shows, made up a policy and followed it as she went in this matter."

"It is unfortunate how reactionary some school administrators become whenever parents express concerns about homosexuality," Fahling said. "I hope the Schraders' willingness to stand up against this type of heavy-handedness will encourage other parents to do the same."

...and the battle continues.

Homosexual activists claim that it is the homosexuals who are being mistreated, yet they continue to try to force people to endorse their behavior, as if no one else has the right to think for themselves.

Posted by Danny Carlton at September 21, 2005 06:32 AM

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