The liberal-leaning Arvada Press would have readers believe Jeffco Kids First is a subversive organization harmful to kids. Hardly.
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The paper used more than 2,800 words to paint a negative picture of people who believe what goes on in schools and classrooms — needs to be transparent!
Have some Jeffco students dressed up as animals and identified as “furries?” Yes. Is it wrong for people to point out such behavior distracts from the primary purpose of education? No, of course not! Thank you Lindsay Datko and Heidi Ganahl.
The two Jeffco School Board members quoted in the article seem more concerned about children’s “identities” than they do about children’s education...remember...reading, writing and arithmetic.
In the article, the board president rattled on about people hating children “for who they are, for how they were born and who they’ve become.” This is nothing more than gender idealogy masquerading as educational acceptance/approval by Jeffco schools.
There is no hate in saying it is time to stop the nonsense and focus on improving Jeffco’s falling test scores.
Mark W. Salley, Arvada
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