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10-26-15 Joe Bartels ABC 15

GILBERT, AZ - Some parents are outraged in Gilbert, claiming their 7th and 8th grade students have access to pornography on school issued laptops.

The computers are supposed to help connect students to the internet, but some parents claim students can find a lot more than help with their homework.

"I don't want pornography to be available to these kids,” said parent Michelle Evans.

Evans was worried from the start about the laptop program.

Her son found he had access to YouTube, a site that school administrators said would be blocked.

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What would happen if a parent told administration their student was "opting out" of school computer usage and their lessons would be completed with a pen and paper?

School admin get testy when parents interfere with their little indoctrination schemes.

Paper? Oh, you know that they can't afford paper (as we are so often told) but they seem to have plenty of money for laptops. 



Peggy McClain said:

What would happen if a parent told administration their student was "opting out" of school computer usage and their lessons would be completed with a pen and paper?

Yes, we can't have the children believe what their parents tell them, now can we?

shimauma said:

School admin get testy when parents interfere with their little indoctrination schemes.

The admin gets testy? Who cares? They are on OUR payroll, not the other way around.

Maybe it's time for parents to just say no.

I think it's time for parents to organize to take back the schools that their children attend and that they pay for with their own taxes. 

Yep, the parents need to take charge. We have very few CURRENT parents joining the fight, most engaged are past/retired/no kids.

It is designed that way, as we heard at the Parents Rights Rally and also during the Patriotic issue in TUHSD last Friday.

Any parent in Tempe Elementary or Tempe High School District, reply to this. We need you.


indeed

Did you see this article in the EV Tribune?

Eduprize School receives International Baccalaureate recognition

http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/local/article_3564d218-79cf-11e5-b...

Our own Gilbert "Republican" or should i say "Republic-rat" mayor of Gilbert spoke at the event


shimauma said:

School admin get testy when parents interfere with their little indoctrination schemes.

Gilbert isn't as conservative as we think. The town follows Agenda 21, at least in some instances. You have a water department that takes orders from the UN. When I tried to talk to one of your "conservative" councilmen about it I was blown off.

which one was that?

Peggy McClain said:

Gilbert isn't as conservative as we think. The town follows Agenda 21, at least in some instances. You have a water department that takes orders from the UN. When I tried to talk to one of your "conservative" councilmen about it I was blown off.
Warren Peterson. It was a work issue since we do work in a Gilbert. The regulations cost our company several thousand dollars a couple summers ago.

When I tried to explain the contractor side of things your (over)paid water enforcer did nothing but cite "rules". So I emailed Mr. Peterson since I heard he was conservative and small-government. After reviewing the regulations handed down via Agenda 21, he agreed with them. (I don't know if he is aware of Agenda 21 and it's implications.)

I dropped the issue, I can beat my head against the wall in Tempe without any help from Gilbert!

Warren is a Rep. but i don't think he was on the town council was he? He ran a 912 group for a while so he knows his constitutional principles well.

His brother Victor serves on the Town Council and did a good job of fighting and repealing the "Green" building codes which were also Agenda 21/regional government agenda driven. Perhaps Victor is more knowledgeable about water issues; although building codes is a slightly different area of knowledge. But noone on the Town Council is as bold as the conservatives who served on the school board. All of the Town Council members are afraid of the government employee unions and those guys (the unions) usually follow the globalist agenda handed down to them from on high. Jared and Victor are pretty conservative but also a little timid at times. I am not in their shoes so i don't know what they are up against but i doubt it could be worse than GPS. 

If you can get me some more details on the issue i will look into it



Peggy McClain said:

Warren Peterson. It was a work issue since we do work in a Gilbert. The regulations cost our company several thousand dollars a couple summers ago.

When I tried to explain the contractor side of things your (over)paid water enforcer did nothing but cite "rules". So I emailed Mr. Peterson since I heard he was conservative and small-government. After reviewing the regulations handed down via Agenda 21, he agreed with them. (I don't know if he is aware of Agenda 21 and it's implications.)

I dropped the issue, I can beat my head against the wall in Tempe without any help from Gilbert!

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