No sex ed in school

The fact that Maria Sulewski lost her job as a school nurse for refusing to teach sex education to children is a warning to parents,
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

The fact that Maria Sulewski lost her job as a school nurse for refusing to teach sex education to children is a warning to parents, the seriousness of the subject matter and that their God-given rights are being usurped in the classroom. There is a latency period in childhood that only a parent can recognize as the proper time for individual instruction. Children need personal attention that no substitute for parents can satisfy. Any parent who needs help can go to their church where the pastor/rabbi, minister or priest is well trained professionally to give individual help.

Maria Sulewski deserves our gratitude for her courage and common sense to alert parents to danger to children so serious that she sacrificed her school nursing position to defend the well-being of all children. The moral, spiritual and physical health of children is attacked from all directions. Parents must support this honorable lady and inform the school their children do not have permission to get sex instruction at the school.

Elizabeth J. Smith

Sandusky