BE READY TO ATTEND THE CCPS BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING JULY 14, 2021 @5:30 PM
GROUP MEET-UP TIME FOR PRAYER 5:00 P.M.
LOOK FOR TRUCK WITH AMERICAN FLAG FLYING HIGH
~bring others along, we need all hands on deck!~
MISSED THE PARENTS TOWN HALL ON JULY 6, 2021 AT 7 PM MEETING?
HERE'S WHAT YOU'VE MISSED
CCPS MUST WATCH Board Meeting Video:
HOW TO BE A SPEAKER AT THE BOARD MEETING:
Must register with CCPS (See Guidelines below)
CCPS Board of Education Meeting Schedule:
What is Critical Race Theory (CRT)
Know the devices of the School Board with word choices
Words of Wisdom from Reggie Skyrock (How To Unify)
Guidelines for Citizens' Participation (To be a speaker)
- A timeline for presentations will be established by the Board President. In general, five minutes will be allotted to individuals; seven minutes will be allotted to a person speaking on behalf of a group. Speakers may not yield their time to someone else.
- The Board will determine the appropriateness of the subject matter. Personnel matters, pending appeals, employee negotiations, and specific student disciplinary matters may not be discussed.
- Subject matter must be limited to issues, without reference to personalities. Rude, slanderous, or threatening remarks are out of order.
- Presentations will be in consonance with good taste and decorum befitting the occasion and dignity of the Board meeting. A person attending a Board meeting may not engage in any conduct that disrupts the session. The Board encourages speakers to submit a written copy of their remarks.
- Speakers will be required to complete the sign-in sheet, providing their name, contact information, and the topic(s) they wish to discuss.
- The Board reserves the right to modify these guidelines for good cause, as determined by them.
- Additionally, anyone not attending in-person may submit comments by email (to firstname.lastname@example.org) up to the day of the meeting at noon; the writer will be acknowledged before the comments will be read aloud.
HOW DO WE UNIFY FOR THE SAME COMMON INTEREST
- Lay aside personal issues with one another, we are one movement on the same team.
- Rid ourselves of any personal agenda. The agenda is the kids.
- You are not the important person here, the kids are.
- Everyone has a part that is essential.
- You don’t have to be a parent to support our stance against CRT.
- Understand our target, TO TAKE A STAND against CRT.
- Promise to support one another by participating and showing up at School Board meetings.
- Help get the word out and bring others on board. Many are unaware.
- AN UNDER-PREPARED PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE THAT LOSE.
- Our heart must be anchored on the goal.
THINGS TO BE MINDFUL OF WITH THE CCPS BOARD OF ED
- CCPS is adamantly claiming no CRT. Using that acronym will likely shut them off.
- keywords used by CCPS are racial equity, social justice, implicit bias, unconscious bias, “black/brown and now yellow” students.
- They're going after Soft Targets; Our kids.
- We need Watch Dogs to keep an eye on the CCPS.
Seven reforms that every parent in America, should be demanding, in order to stop Schools from poisoning the minds of children.
- State bans on taxpayer dollars going to school districts and workplaces teaching critical race theory,
- State 1776 Commissions to ensure students aren’t being taught that the United States is evil.
- State laws making all lesson plans available to parents and allowing students to record what teachers say in class.
- Parent groups demanding that radical teachers stop using civics classes to indoctrinate children and turn them into radical political activists.
- Automatic school vouchers for parents who want to remove their children from public schools that are attempting to brainwash students with controversial ideologies.
- State initiatives to prevent educational programs and credentialing bodies from continuing to churn out radicalized teachers.
- Elimination of the “tenure monopoly” in public schools, which protects incompetent teachers who exert undue political influence over our children.
Audio Clip of Parents Town Hall Meeting