NDA Required To Enter Public School

Dear Editor,

A mother in Texas was told that before she could enter a public middle school – a taxpayer funded public middle school – to enroll her daughter, she would have to sign an NDA (a non-disclosure agreement). When she refused, she was told she would have to wait until the next school year in order to enroll her daughter. According to Assistant Superintendent of Operations Joseph Guidry, the contract was there to protect children.

Seriously?  I didn’t know NDAs were bulletproof.

From the article: “I started thinking about all the people who were in a hurry. … It made me really nervous to think there were so many people who were signing it without even realizing what it was.” A week later she was told that she would not have to sign the NDA to access the school’s campus.

What’s interesting is how they tried to do a CYA. The district’s legal representative, lawyer Jameson Baker, told her the contract was a “default document within the District’s visitor system.” I don’t know about anyone else, but while I was born at night, it wasn’t last night.

My theory is the national education cabal was watching this little drama and hoping it would not get challenged. Now that it has, and was done so not only publicly but with recordings of conversations, they, the national indoctrin… I mean education organizations, without a doubt, are watching this and are hoping this gets challenged and run through the court system so they can encourage the same thing with other public schools.

In a school district in Virginia, they told a senior he wasn’t allowed to fly an American flag from the back of his pickup truck. If it was huge enough to drag the ground or obstructed his view, making it a safety hazard, I could see some restrictions. But to ban it all together? Seriously? Care to bet if someone was flying an LGBTQRSTUVWXYZ flag, not only would they not object, they’d celebrate the student and give him his own parking space.

Tie this in with the county commissioners deciding not to put the national motto, In God We Trust, on government buildings, hiding behind the cost. Don’t make me start listing the incredibly stupid kowtowing things they did for “their” special groups. And I want to remind them those were hard working resident taxpayers’ dollars they handed out.

God save this great republic.

Carpe diem,

Alan Marshall