Did You Know...

   

Operation “Hall Pass on That”

Share
By Michelle Malkin  •  September 3, 2009 12:14 PM

hall4

From the National Tea Party Coalition, there’s a counter-program to President Obama’s Sept. 8 pretextual education speech.

“Hall Pass on That:”

The Nationwide Tea Party Coalition announces “Hall Pass on That,” the alternative to President Barack Obama’s September 8th address to school children across the nation. The group asks that schools who choose to participate in the president’s September 8th program offer an alternative to students and families who do not wish to view, or have their children view, a partisan address or participate in activities that did not follow proper educational protocol or obtain parental consent.

Dana Loesch, Nationwide spokesperson for the Nationwide Tea Party Coalition, announced the launch of the Hall Pass on That website: http://www.hallpassonthat.com to provide parents who oppose the Department of Education’s proposed presidential program. “We are suggesting several action steps parents can take if they do not approve of their children participating in a partisan presentation conducted without their consent.” The four steps propose by the Coalition:

1. Contact the child’s school to find out whether or not your school is participating in the president’s September 8th program.

2. If your child’s school is participating, ask what alternatives there are for the children of families who wish their students learn about the establishment of the country respective to the Founding Father’s intentions. Discussion can focus on the Constitution, the definition and actions of a republic, and the responsibility of elected leaders to their constituents.

3. Ask if the school can excuse your child from the presentation and instead receive a DVD of the address and copy of the activity directives to be evaluated by parents at a later date.

4. Request meeting with the school board, superintendent, and principal to inquire as to why parents were excluded from the decision-making process of this event.

blog comments powered by Disqus
Posted in: Education

Rape fakers must pay a higher price

June 19, 2017 12:57 AM by Michelle Malkin

8th graders who snubbed Paul Ryan sound remarkably like DNC talking points

May 30, 2017 11:42 AM by Doug Powers

Meet the parents

AWW: Notre Dame grads say they walked out because Pence made them feel ‘unsafe’

May 23, 2017 09:15 AM by Doug Powers

Safe space occupancy update: Standing room only

Oh my: Cecile Richards describes how to say ‘I love you, mom’ on Mother’s Day (open thread)

May 14, 2017 09:14 AM by Doug Powers

Self-awareness takes another holiday

Who’s unsafe on campus?

April 12, 2017 08:55 AM by Michelle Malkin


Categories: Education, Feature Story

Follow me on Twitter Follow me on Facebook