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XFINITY Connect: [SchoolBoard:13616] Question on Book

3/31/14 2:36 AM

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Dear Mrs. Kolrud, Thank you for your patience as I investigated your question. I am told it is not very likely, but if this book was in a classroom there is a process in place for families or the community to express their concern. For your reference that process is included in Procedure 4220. Thank you again for your patience. On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 11:23 AM, Debra & Gary Kolrud <gdkolrud@comcast.net> wrote: > > Hello Katy, > Again, thank you for your prompt response. While you've shared the book > "It's perfectly normal" is not part of the health curriculum nor was it > approved for instruction, could this book be used in MSD classrooms > regardless since the MEA contract (page 14) under "Academic Freedom" section > B (3) gives authority to teachers to select material used for instruction? > Debra Kolrud > > > ________________________________ > From: "Katy Woods" <woodsk@monroe.wednet.edu> > To: "Debra Kolrud" <gdkolrud@comcast.net> > Cc: "SchoolBoard" <SchoolBoard@monroe.wednet.edu> > Sent: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 2:28:05 PM > > Subject: Re: [SchoolBoard:13616] Question on Book > > Dear Mrs. Kolrud, > > Thank you for your question about the book "It's Perfectly Normal". > The book is not part of our health curriculum nor was it approved for > instruction in the past. I am told that in the mid 1990s a concern was > raised from the community about the book being part of a middle school > library collection. A survey of the current collection shows no copies

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