Although it has been nearly a week since the presidential election, many students remain concerned about the outcome and want their voices to be heard.Nov. 14, 2016These are important conversations that need to take place. We want our students to know they are not alone. However, it is critical that students not allow their sentiments to derail their education or for their actions to place them in danger. Students should limit their activities to non-instructional time and — for their own safety and to follow the law — they should remain on campus.We believe the best place to discuss concerns is in school with caring teachers and staff. Our schools are utilizing assemblies, classroom dialogues, speaking activities and our restorative justice programs to provide a secure forum for our students.In addition, our Office of Human Relations, Diversity and Equity has made resources available at lausd.net to support meaningful conversations around these very sensitive issues.At L.A. Unified, the safety of students and staff remains our highest priority.
These concerns, if present, are in the peripheral vision of the “threatened people.”
“Many of the Euro-Atlantic countries are actually rejecting their roots, including the Christian values that constitute the basis of Western civilization. They are denying moral principles and all traditional identities, national, cultural, religious, and even secular. They are implementing policies that equate families with same-sex partnerships, worship of God with worship of Satan. I am convinced that this opens a direct path to degradation and primitivism, resulting in a profound demographic and moral crisis.”