The school is in the Los Alamitos Unified School District, which has felt the wrath of parents in the past year due to its leftist and woke agenda.
Some parents of students at Jack L. Weaver Elementary School in California are furious because biological males slept in the same room as fifth-grade girls for three nights at a science camp organized by the school.
The school is located in Los Alamitos in San Bernardino County, which is about 15 miles from Long Beach, CA. It belongs to the Los Alamitos Unified School District.
The males are non-binary and use they/them pronouns. From KTLA:
“No parent should feel the way I feel after knowing what could have happened to my daughter,” said parent Suzy Johnson.
The parents say their fifth-grade girls told them some of the biologically male counselors at Camp Pali in San Bernardino who use they/them pronouns spent three nights sleeping in cabins with the young girls.
“I contacted the school and asked them if they were able to confirm that there was not a man actually sleeping in the same cabin as the girls. They were not able to confirm that,” added parent Rachel Sandoval.
According to California law, Camp Pali can “place staff in cabins they identify with.”
The parents cannot believe the school did not tell them about the sleeping arrangements before the girls went to the science camp.
Johnson said she “would have kept my children home.”
It turns out parents have had many problems with the Los Alamitos Unified School District’s woke agenda concerning gender identity.
In September, parents wanted to recall the Los Alamitos school board after a teacher asked Oak Middle School their preferred pronouns. From Spectrum News:
Robert Aguilar, an organizer of a parent committee to recall Los Alamitos School Board members, served three board members with “notice of intention to circulate recall petition” Tuesday night.
“[The teacher] had been asking students to share their gender identification and gender preference and not be scared to do that, but you could see it as a certain way of communicating with children,” said Aguilar to Spectrum News outside the school board meeting. “However, there are parents that believe that is not the place for a science teacher. There was some concern, ‘Why would an adult man be asking minor children under the age of 14 about their sexuality?'”
“The parents are here to regain control over what is being enforced on and taught to their children,” he added.
The parents protested the school district in 2020 “when the board considered and later approved an optional ethnic studies curriculum for the high school and social justice teaching standards for district teachers.”
Staci Muller brought up the curriculum at the September 2021 school board meeting. She later told Spectrum News, “The CRT (critical race theory), everything has gone so woke and so left that I can’t take it anymore.”
Muller pulled her two children from the school district.
She added: “I am concerned about what they are teaching, about what’s being dripped in the classroom with the racism, the CRT, the sexual stuff, everything. There’s so many things. Even a tiny comment could twist a kid’s brain.”DONATE
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