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Wicomico School Officials Do Not Want to Hear The Sexually Vulgar Terms They Teach Your Children

On November 19, 2021, Superintendent Donna Hanlin of Wicomico County Public Schools (WCPS) finds teaching materials that contain vulgar terms and the depiction of sexual acts before minor children as young as age 11 as "acceptably good literature" in this article. If you did not read it, please do so.

These emails were provided by a parent where Superintendent Hanlin makes an excuse to a parent that the parent's complaint of bullying and sexual harassment were not received due to a language filter on their email system. Since the parent's complaint contained details of bullying and what was said to the victim, the words were too harsh for the Superintendent, administration, or the board to receive. Meanwhile, she defends sexually-explicit language to be taught to children as young as age 11.

If sexually-explicit and foul terms are too unpleasant for them to process, then what about our children? This is another example of the hypocrisy, incompetence, and reckless conduct of administration and the Wicomico County Board of Education after this has been brought to their attention. This is clearly willful misconduct and disregard for parents and the safety and wellbeing of students that seems to defiantly continue day after day and has been for years.

You can send an email or make a phone call to the current board members to voice your concerns over what they see as appropriate for your child. In addition, you can ask them why employed faculty and elected adults require language filtering, and minor children require no language filtering. Looks like our school officials are the real ones that need to go to the office for discipline.

You can also sign this petition to help put an end to this.

WCBOE Board Members

Gene Malone -

Donald Fitzgerald -

Allen Brown -

John Palmer -

Tonya Lewis -

Michael Murray -

Ann Suthowski -

Fellows & Editors

November 29, 2021 Copyright

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