In particular, parents are outraged at the adoption of an explicitly anti-white critical race theory curriculum, ridiculous and pointless COVID masking and vaccine mandates and the inclusion of sexually inappropriate books and materials in school libraries that includes illegal acts of pedophilia.
In fact, parents and activists have just served members of the Scottsdale (Arizona) Unified School District with surety bonds totaling $1 million (that is, 10 parents have filed bonds of $100,000 each, totaling $1 million for each board member) as they move to get rid of several policies.
Leigh Dundas and Miki Klann speak to the Scottsdale Unified School District in Arizona. During the meeting, Miki declares her intention to file a claim against the Governor’s surety bond on behalf of the SUSD board members. Each member of the board will be charged with practicing medicine without a license, child abuse, segregation and inappropriate sexual material in the school libraries.
Miki served each board member with 10 letters of intent by 10 different parents. Each claim carries a liability of up to 100K – this means each board member carries a total liability of $1 million in the event that the claims are filed. Now the board members have 5 days to rectify the situation or the parents of SUSD will file the claim.
In order to resolve the problem, the board members must:
- Remove all mask mandates and recommendations
- Remove all "experimental treatment" clinics and recommendations
- Discontinue the Critical Race Theory and GLSNEN.org agendas
- Remove all inappropriate sexual material from the libraries
- Former board president Jann-Michael Greenberg must resign
In addition to inappropriate content, behaviors, and mandates, the SUSD board has had its problems in the past.
For instance, in November the board met in emergency session and voted 4-1 to remove Greenberg from his post following reports that he distributed "dossiers" on parents who were showing up at board meetings and voicing opposition to its left-wing policies.
The board voted to elect Patty Beckman as interim president. The 'dossiers' included photographs and personal financial information on some parents, US News reported.
“We do not have all the facts at this time. To make a decision without those facts that's in the best interest of the district is simply not possible," Greenburg said. “I strongly support the investigations that have been announced both publicly and privately.”
“When I first saw the contents of the Google Drive and I saw my 8- and 10-year-old’s photos, that was terrifying. And like, what’s he doing?” mother Amanda Wray told AZFamily.com.
“But he has pictures of my vacation home, property records. I’m not a political opponent, I’m an involved parent and that is threatening to me and it makes me wonder why and what he was planning to do with those photos,” she continued, adding she was "disgusted" by what she saw.
“I think we identified 47 people that were background checked, divorce decrees, Social Security numbers, property records, mortgages,” added Wray, who noted that the Google Drive included a number of cruel memes.
In the case of one woman, Wray said that whoever created the dossier “took her photos and superimposed it over a lynching and I can tell you, she’s distraught by this and it’s disgusting.”
She went on to say she thinks some parents are being targeted because they sought to have Greenberg recalled over the district’s manifestly stupid COVID-19 policies, according to AZ Family.
“We’re not anti-mask, we’re not anti-vaccines. They’ve painted us that way because it fits their inflammatory narrative. We’re all for parent choice and really, transparency,” she said.