Fort Collins School Asks For Exemption From LGBTQ Sex Education Law
Liberty Common School in Fort Collins is the first school in the state to ask for an exemption from a new sex education law that requires teaching consent and providing information for LGBTQ students.
The Coloradoan is reporting that Liberty Headmaster Bob Schaffer has been opposed to the law from the very beginning. He emailed senators asking them to intervene.
The exemption Schaffer is asking for wouldn't take away sex education all together, but allow the school to teach it without the new requirements.
April 26 Newsletter from Schaffer to parents:
The school shows forthright respect for marital commitment, fidelity, and premarital abstinence consistent with the school's Foundation-stone and Capstone Virtues.
Liberty Common School's was granted the exemption waiver from the Poudre School District. Now the school waits for final approval from the Colorado Board of Education.
Source: The Coloradoan