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Wicomico Public Schools Adds a Non-Binary Seat in Addition to Prom King & Queen



Wicomico County Public Schools started something new on the watch of Wicomico's latest Superintendent, Micah Stauffer. That is, to feature a third seat for a non-binary student for prom in addition to having a traditional prom King and Queen. This is Parkside High School. Parents that were on the prom planning committee were kept in the dark, and the discussion of the third chair was never discussed or planned. It was deceptively implemented on the day of the prom in attempt to fly under the radar. There are many senior parents that are quite disturbed about this, with Wicomico being the only county in the State of Maryland that is doing this.


The fact is, adults are driving this sexual-identity political agenda, while saying that the students wanted it. They don't. Students know nothing of the sort, as they are being sexually indoctrinated by the school as well as influenced from local activist organizations. The school is driving the idea, the nominating process, and the cost of the third chair - all orchestrated by WCPS faculty. This has nothing to do with diversity, equity and inclusion as they try to make it about. Somehow, everyone is required to roleplay in one's world of make-believe and affirm it.


Before the prom King and Queen were announced, the red carpet was rolled out for the non-binary seat to be featured first. The teacher who served as MC announced a title of "Prom Sovereign" for the student who was selected. Few students clapped, but booing could also be heard. The school system is fully responsible for implementing an agenda of identity politics and provoking the students, regardless of their reaction.


What is the criteria for the third prom seat?


Non-binary people may identify as an intermediate or separate third gender, identify with more than one gender, no gender, or have a fluctuating gender identity, and may have various sexual orientations.


This has nothing to do with anything. That means that someone had to use this criteria to identify, recruit, and target a student in order to feature this imaginary seat. Somehow, the children are getting all mixed up in this faculty-led orb of confusion. The kids just want a prom.


On the morning of the prom, Superintendent Micah Stauffer was informed of the third chair and provided an opportunity to stop it. He did nothing about it. His choice was to have this article published as just another example of what the school system is doing to our children in addition to using sexually-explicit materials in the classroom (which Superintendent Stauffer admits in this article).


Why would they do this, and who is responsible?


The agenda of the third seat is to create a wedge between man and woman. There are only two genders. To suggest, recommend, encourage, or insist otherwise is gender-identity indoctrination. In the end, the elected school board is ultimately responsible. It is amazing all of the things that administration and faculty do to place the board members in such dilemmas. The board members should either be angry or ashamed - nothing in between...like a third chair.


And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a debased mind, to do those things which are not fitting - Romans 1:28


WCBOE Board Members Gene Malone - (443) 783-5530 gmalone@wcboe.org Allen Brown - (410) 742-9668 abrown@wcboe.org Kristin Hazel - (443) 366-4344 khazel@wcboe.org Bonnie Ennis - (443) 783-1617 bennis@wcboe.org Susan Beauchamp - (443) 235-2569 sbeaucham@wcboe.org David Plotts - (443) 880-0502 dplotts@wcboe.org John Palmer - (410) 896-3670 jpalmer@wcboe.org Fellows & Editors May 24, 2023 - Copyright DelmarvaPTC.org Please consider joining the Delmarva Parent Teacher Coalition and follow us on FaceBook to stay informed of what's really happening with education in our schools.

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