PROMISE DELIVERED:REPUBLICANS WITH THE HELP OF NATIONAL NEWS MEDIA THE DAILY WIRE GOT THE COVENTRY CURRICULUM PUBLISHED!
Curriculum was only accessed by single democrat curriculum liaison - Republican BOE requests were denied over and over again.
Joe Cleary reaches out to Dailywire to get help publishing the curriculum
DAILY WIRE INVESTIGATES
DAILY WIRE REACHES OUT TO DISTRICT FOR COMMENT
BOARD NOTIFIED OF PORTAL IN THE WORKS
CURRICULUM PORTAL GOES LIVE!!!!
REPUBLICANS WILL CONTINUE TO FIGHT FOR TRANSPARENCY
In October of 2022 – Wesleyan University Adolescent Sexual Health Organization (ASHA) was invited in to talk to the 9th grade health class. During their presentation they asked 9th grade students (12 and 13 year olds) – the different types of sexual intercourse – Vaginal, Anal and Oral. Students sat in silence, shocked. They did not ask nor answer any question. They returned home to report the situation to their parents.
During October 27th Meeting – Dr. Petrone, and Mr. Blake covered the conversation as it was a answer to a students question. In the November 10th meeting – a student in the course corrected the narrative.
Republicans moved for a vote to remove Wesleyan University students from being guest lecturers on sensitive topics and it was voted down along party lines. Democrats voted to keep anal penetration discussions for 12 and 13 year olds in the school.
Motion: To discontinue the use of Wesleyan University guest speakers with respect to any talks on student health By. C. Williams Seconded: C. Rossignol
Result: Motion failed 3-4 (P. DePaola, C. Rossignol, C. Williams for and J. Beausoleil, E. Eaton, M. Kortmann, E. Marchand against)
Republicans made a motion to mandate the district to provide parent communication prior to such content to allow for parents to opt out. No communication was provided to parents prior to the material. Vote passed (two democrats voted against parental rights)
Motion: "To follow the recommendations of Mr. Blake and Dr. Petrone that a general notice would go out to parents that the health curriculum is coming up with broad stroke topics noted and for more questions, or if there are concerns, to contact the school." C. Williams accepted. Seconded: P. DePaola
Result: Motion passes 5-2 (J. Beausoleil, M. Kortmann against)