Wisconsin School Superintendent Apologizes for Distasteful Video
The superintendent of the school district in Janesville, Wis. issued a public apology this week after two parents (and a grandparent) complained that students at taxpayer-funded Craig High School had been forced to watch a "propaganda-laden" video endorsing gay marriage.
The 16-minute video entitled "Kids React to Gay Marriage" was shown on April 11 in support of a national Day of Silence, reports the Wisconsin State Journal.
School board member Bill Sodemann suggested that showing only a blatantly pro-gay marriage video on a Day of Silence that calls attention to bullying amounts to bullying against anyone who opposes gay marriage.
The district was also home to Maria Caya, a 50-year-old elementary school teacher who showed up with the impressive blood-alcohol level of 0.27 percent to an end-of-the-year bowling field trip for 120 fourth- and fifth-graders. She resigned after the incident.
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