We all have different political beliefs and the current politics of our country is very divisive.
To protect the learning environment of our schools, it would be best for our teachers and students to focus on core curriculum and other topics that promote unity rather than division.
We ask that GCISD keep the politically charged content out of the classroom and schools.
Conservative Christians are under attack in Grapevine-Colleyville ISD. Two parents speak out against hate and tell the story of how what happened in their school district is really playing out nation-wide.
"I’m telling you, those conservative Christians…they need to die….they need to get Covid and die."
--former Colleyville Middle School 8th grade Social Studies teacher
GCISD dad asks district leadership to meet the anti-religion and anti-conservative sentiment in the district head-on, connecting this sentiment to what's playing out nation-wide. He says that no one should be a target for their beliefs.
GCISD dad calls out district leadership for creating a culture that fosters resentment toward Christian conservative parents. He asks them, "What are you doing to combat this environment of hate in our district?" and asks parents "What do you think your children are learning in this environment?"
This image is shown on page 29 of the 2019-2020 Grapevine High School Yearbook.
The top left of the image shows a picture of Hitler with a Trump mask on.
Regardless of your political affiliation, is it appropriate for GCISD to allow this type of politically charged imagery in the yearbook?
This image is shown on page 79 of the 2020-2021 Grapevine High School Yearbook.
The image shows student Black Lives Matter protestors on Main Street In Grapevine. Is this appropriate for GCISD to promote political activism through the yearbook?