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Opinion: Letter to the editor



I have been attending Columbia County school board meetings for months, and I have seen disturbing patterns.

The school district tried to ignore parental concerns. After months of trying to get school leadership to either remove obscene material from school library, or at least give parents opti...

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  1. Remember, Board members are elected positions. As each Board member comes up for re-election, a concerned parent needs to step up and run. That will net change. With enough Board members, The Superintendent may be changed as well. If they are expecting a lot of public comments at meetings, they have to apply limits or they would never get anything else done. Same at commission meetings. Difficult to talk unless you have advance planning.

    • I agree. I am also not a fan of school leaders permitting legally obscene material that would otherwise be a felony if not for the library exception within the GA Obscenity Law into school libraries for minors to have access.

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