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A public school district in Florida stands accused of supporting a controversial policy that violates the privacy of students and has now led to the punishment of two physical education teachers who objected.

Liberty Counsel has learned that Pasco County Public Schools is following a controversial "Gender Support Plan" that mirrors similar left-wing policies surfacing around the country that elevate transgender students above the privacy and safety of other students.

Pasco County public schools oversees approximately 70,000 students in more than 80 schools outside Tampa.

The Tampa Bay Times reported in an Oct. 25 story that the teachers, Stephanie Christensen and Robert Oppedisano, contacted Liberty Counsel after they felt their jobs were in jeopardy by school officials.

Oppedisano was threatened with a job transfer for refusing to supervise the female student while she showered, Liberty Counsel attorney Richard Mast told American Family Radio in a recent radio interview.

That threat of a job transfer was only slowed down when Liberty Counsel got involved, he said.

"There’s no privacy at all. There’s open showers," Mast said of the locker room. "And he’s ordered to continue supervising this facility while the girl has unfettered access. And if in [the school district's] mind she’s a boy, he has the right to do everything else that boys are allowed to do, including shower, including changing, including undressing. And that’s just a risk that no male P.E. teacher should be forced to take.”

An email from school administrators, obtained by Liberty Counsel, suggests getting rid of the male P.E. teacher to send a "clear message" that such behavior won't be tolerated within Pasco County public schools.

https://onenewsnow.com/education/2018/10/31/pe-teachers-in-trouble-after-objecting-to-showering-transgender
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Re: P.E. teachers in trouble after objecting to showering transgender
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2018, 07:48:58 AM »
A public school district in Florida stands accused of supporting a controversial policy that violates the privacy of students and has now led to the punishment of two physical education teachers who objected.

Liberty Counsel has learned that Pasco County Public Schools is following a controversial "Gender Support Plan" that mirrors similar left-wing policies surfacing around the country that elevate transgender students above the privacy and safety of other students.

Pasco County public schools oversees approximately 70,000 students in more than 80 schools outside Tampa.

The Tampa Bay Times reported in an Oct. 25 story that the teachers, Stephanie Christensen and Robert Oppedisano, contacted Liberty Counsel after they felt their jobs were in jeopardy by school officials.

Oppedisano was threatened with a job transfer for refusing to supervise the female student while she showered, Liberty Counsel attorney Richard Mast told American Family Radio in a recent radio interview.

That threat of a job transfer was only slowed down when Liberty Counsel got involved, he said.

"There’s no privacy at all. There’s open showers," Mast said of the locker room. "And he’s ordered to continue supervising this facility while the girl has unfettered access. And if in [the school district's] mind she’s a boy, he has the right to do everything else that boys are allowed to do, including shower, including changing, including undressing. And that’s just a risk that no male P.E. teacher should be forced to take.”

An email from school administrators, obtained by Liberty Counsel, suggests getting rid of the male P.E. teacher to send a "clear message" that such behavior won't be tolerated within Pasco County public schools.

https://onenewsnow.com/education/2018/10/31/pe-teachers-in-trouble-after-objecting-to-showering-transgender

Government school. Should we say more?
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Re: P.E. teachers in trouble after objecting to showering transgender
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2018, 07:50:29 AM »
Government school. Should we say more?
The left is the perfect sponsor for why we need vouchers. :biggrin:
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