Details: The second (final) meeting of the School Resource Officer Community Review Committee on proposed changes to the memorandum of understanding between the Fairfax County School Board & Fairfax County Police Department.
Date: Monday, July 16
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Hear John Solomon’s Take on Trump-Russia Collusion
Bonus: Read About FCPS Security Developments Below
Get the inside scoop about the investigation into Russian collaboration with the Trump campaign. Celebrated investigative journalist John Solomon will address this topic as the guest speaker at the Fairfax County Republican Committee meeting that is scheduled for 7:30 – 8:45 PM on Tuesday, July 17, at the Falls Church High School Auditorium, 7521 Jaguar Trail, West Falls Church, VA 22042.
The Board will hear testimony regarding the initial funding request for the Fairfax County Public Schools Internal Security Review Recommendations at a public hearing on July 12, 2018, 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. in the Jackson Middle School Auditorium. If additional speaking slots are necessary beyond this allotted time, an additional hearing will be held July 17, 5:30PM, in the Jackson Middle School Auditorium. Fairfax County and City residents and non-Fairfax County business partners may sign up on-line to speak beginning on June 25 at 6 a.m.
Event Content Source: Fairfax County Public Schools
Details: A meeting of the School Resource Officer Community Review Committee on proposed changes to the memorandum of understanding between the Fairfax County School Board & Fairfax County Police Department.
Date: Monday, July 9
The School Safety Forum
For interested Fairfax residents who were unable to attend, FCRC recorded the speakers and panels at the June 25, 2018 School Safety in the Commonwealth Community Forum, presented by the Fairfax County Communities of Trust Committee in partnership with the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, Fairfax County Public Schools and the Fairfax County Police Department. The four videos are embedded below. Only a few questions were permitted at the end of the meeting, which you can view in Part 4 below, before the closing remarks by FCBS Chair Sharon Bulova.
The Internal Security Review
For background on the Fairfax County plans for school safety, see the FCPS press release on the Internal Security Review conducted by the Office of Safety and Security and presented …
Sign the petition sponsored by The Family Foundation…
Make Family Life Opt-In Rather Than Opt-Out
To: Speaker of the House Kirk Cox
Senate Majority Leader Thomas K. Norment, Jr.
Parents and families have the primary responsibility of teaching their children values and morals about human sexuality, not school administrators. I support changing all Family Life Education curriculum to be “Opt-In” rather than “Opt-Out.” Family Life Educators should be required to obtain written permission from parents before teaching their children about sensitive sexual topics. I ask you, as leaders of your respective bodies, to do all that is in your power leading up to and during the 2019 General Assembly session to encourage passage of legislation that will require the affirmative consent of parents before their children are exposed to any Family Life Education curriculum.
By Austin Ruse & Cathy Ruse Published on June 15, 2018
The final vote was a foregone conclusion. No one thought deeply ideological Fairfax County (VA) School Board would vote any other way than 10‑1 for what is among the most radical sex-ed curriculum in the country.
The ten board members, whose names are listed below and who should go down in infamy, voted for children to be taught that they aren’t really male or female, that biological sex is meaningless, that they can transition to a different sex than the sex “assigned” to them a birth. And they will be taught this without their parents’ permission.
The board voted 10‑1 to instruct children about the daily gay sex pill PrEP, recommended for the “very high risk” behavior of condom-less sex with multiple partners of unknown HIV status. PrEP has a 10% failure rate for preventing HIV infection and even AIDs Health organizations warn against it. But the Fairfax School Board just voted to teach it to every high school student, every year, without their parents’ permission.
The meeting last night was quite revealing. It pitted science against…