Caitlin Edmondson stepped to the podium during the Carroll County Board of Education’s public comment session earlier this month and urged board members not to adopt the state’s new health curriculum, which she said would “sexualize” young students. Other parents called the plan “sexual indoctrination.” The topic was not on the school board’s April 13 meeting agenda and no members offered comments on the issue. Jim Rodriguez, the school system’s supervisor of health and physical education, said the CCPS Family Life Advisory Committee will discuss the topic at its June 2 meeting.
Some parents urge Carroll County Public Schools not to adopt new state-mandated health curriculum; committee to meet in June
April 28, 2022