HomePoliticsDOES YOUR LAWMAKER SUPPORT THE NV PARENTS BILL OF RIGHTS? Politics DOES YOUR LAWMAKER SUPPORT THE NV PARENTS BILL OF RIGHTS? April 29, 2022 Rob Lauer Political Reporter Yesterday, the crazy radical Clark County School Board met to approve more sex (perv) ed for 3rd graders. Parents came from all over the valley to voice their outrage. And again Danielle Ford, Irene Cepeda and Linda Cavazos ignored the parents and pushed forward with their pro-gay, pro-trans sex-ed agenda. So far, this school year, over a 177 sexual assaults have been reported on Clark County School campuses. Over Dozen adults have been arrested for unlawful sexual contact. 360 News reported just last week about gay and incest cartoons being used as instructional material in a class room. Clark County Schools are in leadership Crisis and a public safety Crisis. Parents across Nevada have had enough and demand to have veto power over educational materials and basic decisions at schools. Whether its transgender pronouns or CRT, parents have had enough. After the masks, vaccines and forced distance learning, parents want the final say for their kids. A new effort has been launched here in Nevada to truly empower parents. Several states, including Wisconsin and Florida, have are passing Parents Bill of Rights laws. Parents First Nevada, which consists of a group of parents and candidates for school board, wants to every lawmaker, including Republicans and Democrats, to support a NV Parents Bill of Rights. Who could be against these basic rights? Candidates for Clark County School Board Trustee, KC Freely and Jay “Coach” Calhoun are in full support. Nevada’s Parents Bill of Rights Rights reserved to parents. (1) No Nevada School District shall infringe on the fundamental rights of parents to direct the upbringing, education, health care, and mental health of their children without demonstrating that the infringement is required by a compelling governmental interest of the highest order as applied to the child, is narrowly tailored, and is not otherwise served by a less restrictive means. The rights enumerated in this section are in addition to rights granted to parents under the constitutions of this state and of the United States. (2) All of the following rights are reserved to the parent of a child without interference from the state or other government entity: (a) The right to determine the religion of the child. (b) The right to determine the type of school and or educational setting the child attends. (c) The right to determine medical care for the child, masks and vaccines. (d) The right to review all medical records related to the child (e) The right to determine the names and pronouns used for the child while at school. (f) The right to review instructional materials and outlines used by the child’s school. (g) The right to access any education-related information regarding the child. (i) The right to request notice of when certain subjects will be taught or discussed in the child’s classroom. (j) The right to opt out of a class or instructional materials for reasons based on either religion or personal conviction. (k) The right to visit the child at school during school hours, (L) The right to engage with locally elected school board members of the school district in which the child is a student, including participating at regularly scheduled school board meetings. (n) The right to be informed of any disciplinary action taken against or threatened against your child. (o) The right to be timely informed of any acts of violence or crimes occurring on grounds of the child’s school. (P) The right to choose to distance learn or in class on campus learning.