Do you know what your children are being taught? Do you want to know? Will you join the movement to protect children from dangerous and confusing sexual education programs like FLASH?
Getting ready for the new school year used to be about shopping for clothes and supplies. But we live in a new and scary age where getting ready to send our kids back to school is also about protecting them from the sexual indoctrination of the state. There are few options for parents – most of us cannot homeschool, private schools are very expensive, and the Charter School movement is still in its infancy in Washington.
So the vast majority of our children are in the State’s grip for seven hours a day, and with each year more and more of those hours are being dedicated to sex education of one form or another. And it is up to us as parents to insist on being shown what the school intends to teach our children and to stand together to oppose curricula that are not age-appropriate or violate our family values.
Parents hold the purse strings and pink slips of every school board. And a group of parents can use those powers, with winsome persuasion to say, ‘Enough!’ Across Washington, concerned parents and grandparents are doing just that. In Sequim and Battle Ground in the west and Colville and Spokane in the east, parents, church leaders, and educators are telling school boards that the sexual education curricula like FLASH must not be used.
Sign up here to stand with hundreds of other concerned parents around the state and learn how you can make a difference.
Resources For Dealing With A New School Year
True Tolerance (Focus on the Family) – Concerned about controversial sexual topics being brought up in your child’s school? TrueTolerance.org helps you respond in a loving and fact-based way.
Students’ and Parents’ Rights (Alliance Defending Freedom or ADF) – Your children face an increasing level of censorship and punishment for their Christian values that you’ve worked so hard to instill. But students have more freedom to express their faith than you may realize. When a school tries to silence your child’s expression of faith, ADF is here to help.
10 Questions Parents Should Ask Before School StartsFrom Forbes, Parents routinely walk out of back-to-school meetings overwhelmed by a flood of impressive-sounding buzzwords…Trying to get helpful answers can be so tough because professionals like their jargon; it makes them sound authoritative, and they know it…The result: It’s easy to walk away unsure if your child is in good hands…Instead of asking about instruction, try posing these ten questions. They demand straightforward answers.
See You at the Pole: SEE YOU AT THE POLE day is on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 7:00 a.m. local time. All around the globe, in every time zone, students will be gathering at their flagpoles, praying for their school, friends, families, churches, and communities. SEE YOU AT THE POLE is a day committed to global unity in Christ and prayer for your generation.
Bring Your Bible (Focus on the Family) – Thursday, October 4, 2018, is Bring Your Bible to School Day. On this day thousands of students across the whole country will share God’s hope and celebrate religious freedom by doing something simple, yet powerful: They’ll bring their Bibles to school and talk about it with friends!
Gateways to Better Education– Gateways was founded in 1991 to help public schools teach about the important contribution the Bible and Christianity make to the world. We give confidence to teachers and school administrators, and we help parents.