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Public School’s Continued Intrusion Into The Home

21 Jan

 Not satisfied with just indoctrinating children anymore, the schools now want a detailed accounting of all your children’s activities outside of the school.  Below I have reproduced the form I just received from my kids’ school.  The only thing I have left out is the teacher’s and school’s name.  The school has no right to collect this kind of information.  I believe this to be the continuation of the loss of parental rights that is happening in every state because of the federal government’s role in public education.

As we end the first semester, one of our learning targets on our report card involves students being active outside of school. Since this is something that I cannot assess during the school day, I need your help in letting me know if your child is active outside of school. If you could please have your child fill out the questions below and return it to school, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time and talking with your child about the importance of living a healthy, active lifestyle!

What ways are you active when you are not at school?

When you are active, how do you feel?

What is your favorite activity to do outside of school?

Parent Signature ————–    Student Signature ————

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Posted by on January 21, 2010 in School Alert

 

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2 responses to “Public School’s Continued Intrusion Into The Home

  1. Old Rebel

    January 22, 2010 at 10:55 AM

    You’re absolutely right to be concerned. The government uses the schools to indoctrinate children (and parents!) and to intrude into the parent-child relationship. Home and private schools are our best means of seceding — at least for now.

     
    • Rebel Dad

      January 24, 2010 at 2:32 AM

      The problem is that not everyone can afford private school or have the ability or the option to home school. We are currently working on getting our kids into the local Catholic school, but with five children and the sixth on the way it would be mighty expensive.

       

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