On April 11, 2014, the Gay/Straight Alliance at Craig High School in Janesville showed a propaganda-laden video endorsing homosexual “marriage” to the students in support of a national Day of Silence (a pro-homosexual event held each year in many public schools).
The video was approved by school advisors and the school’s principal. After two parents (and a grandparent) complained about the activity, the school district’s superintendent, Karen Schulte, issued an apology.
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Julaine Appling, president of WFA, responds, “So the school acknowledged the error and apologized. On one level, big deal. It doesn’t undo the fact that the students watched it in the first place, and where’s the video that all students now need to watch that supports traditional one man/one woman marriage? This seems to be a case of thinking it’s easier to ask forgiveness than to get permission, and it should be a reminder to all parents to stay engaged in your child’s school.”