Meet the Candidate
Running For:School Board
District:Penns Valley Area School District
Occupation:Retired Special Education Teacher
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Why are you running for office? (click to expand)
- −Declined to Respond/Undecided, Position Unknown/Unclear
- †Declined to respond, Position based on citation
|1. Providing state tax credits and education savings accounts to enable parents to choose what school their child attends.
|Parents should be the ones to decide what is best for their children.
|2. Reserving girls’ sports exclusively for biological females.
|Girls' sports should be strictly for biological girls.
|3. Separating restrooms, locker rooms, and other privacy areas based on biological sex.
|4. Permitting students to discuss their Christian faith with others during non-class time on school premises.
|5. Allowing school personnel to refer students to abortion providers.
|This is not the responsibility of the public school system.
|6. Requiring signed permission (opt-in) from a parent before a student may participate in sex education classes or presentations on gender identity theory.
|7. Increasing transparency by requiring videos or documents shown to students [which are not part of pre-approved curriculum] be preserved for easy review by administrator and parents
|Parents should be informed of these materials well in advance of their use.
|8. Providing curricula that advocates critical race theory and its emphasis on defining people as oppressors or oppressed based on group identity or privileges.
|This should not be part of the curricula in the public school system.
|9. Requiring teachers to use "she" to describe a biological male student who identifies as a female, even if the teacher offered a reasonable alternative.
|Lying to students is something that a teacher should never be required to do.
|10. Specifying in school policy that materials containing visual depictions of people engaging in sex acts or explicit written descriptions of people engaging in sex acts is not age-appropriate for the school’s curriculum and libraries.
|It goes beyond writing it in a policy. Materials with that content should not be in the schools and if they are they should be removed.