... why the public is all over them?
Check out this story about the Georgia mom who began reading at a school board meeting from a book from a school's library. For the FoxNews story, click here.
Michelle Brown, of Cherokee County, Georgia, was at a school board meeting, when she was interrupted while reading a passage from a school library's book. The book title is not mentioned in the article, but the passage is described as "sexually-explicit".
A board member told her, "Excuse me, we have children at home."
Does that sound familiar? Haven't Teresa Holmes and Amelia McKie said that? I've wondered, "Really?" Students at home are going to waste their time watching the chaos of a school board meeting? Out of 28,000 students in Richland 2, how many watch board meetings? I'll bet you could count them on the fingers of one hand (and not even use all the fingers).
As I recall, a Loudoun County, Va. parent was shut down at a board meeting there for attempting to read from a book in a school's library or classroom.
I wish I could find one of those books in a Richland 2 library. I'd read from it at the July 12th board meeting.
Put this date on your calendar. I'll see you there. Should I reserve a meeting room for the party? Order cake and coffee? Before or after the meeting? Join me in celebrating the end of Teresa Holmes' Reign of Chaos.
A Richland 2 parent had this to say about this story and Richland 2: "I think the story reflects R2, if a student or parent uses mild profanity, R2 is outraged. If faculty or staff screams profanity at student or parent, it is acceptable."
Edited: A later FoxNews story identified the book as other than the book mentioned in the Facebook post that I had copied here.