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CALL TO ACTION

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STEP 2

Organize with parents to inform one another on curriculum, books and any proposed changes that may be implemented.  

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STEP 3

Meet with fellow parents before each schoolboard meeting with an agenda to be discussed.  Become proactive, not reactive.

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STEP 4

Email or meet with your superintendent and schoolboard members when needed.  They need to know how families feel about school policies & proposals.  Schoolboard, administration, and community need to work together.

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STEP 5

Periodically look up state & federal legislative bills that may be proposed by your legislators that effect education and your children. Remember they work for you!

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STEP 6

Consider running for a schoolboard position or higher office or support someone you know who supports your values and have them run.

STEP 1

Attend all your schoolboard meetings and request to view your child's curriculum including books and all resources.  Request an agenda in advance to be prepared.