School district committee eyes suing parent who requested curriculum information

School district committee eyes suing parent who requested curriculum information

[Ed. – The parent finally began successfully obtaining information with a series of small-scope requests, but now apparently is being treated as a nuisance by the school committee.  As she notes, however, there are other school districts that have the information she seeks posted online.  It’s very understandable she’d think the South Kingstown District is trying to hide something.]

My child is enrolled in kindergarten and I became concerned that Critical Race Theory (CRT) and gender theory were integrated into lessons when an elementary school principal told me that teachers don’t refer to students as “boys” and “girls.” Additionally, I was told a kindergarten teacher asks five-year-olds, “what could have been done differently on the first Thanksgiving” in order to build upon a “line of thinking about history.” I asked why kids could not be called “boys” and “girls” and was told it was “common practice.” I asked for clarification on the “line of thinking” about history but got no answers. The more questions I asked, the less answers I received.

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I started using the APRA request google link on the school district’s website to request public documents that might answer my questions about CRT, gender theory, and other concerns. When I requested the emails of a school committee member the estimate of what they would charge me came back as $9,570.

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