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FACT CHECK: Policy 109.2

By Brennen McWright, Editor-in-Chief

Book bans have been a controversial matter across the nation for many years. PENNCREST School District is no exception. On Dec. 8, 2022, a number of policy changes were introduced in a first reading. However, one particular policy revision, that of Policy 109.2, sparked both tremendous outrage and tremendous support of the book bans that it seeks to enact. A multitude of speakers took the opportunity to voice their opinions at the same board meeting. This article is your factual guide to Policy 109.2, its background, and the arguments voiced by members of the community. If you have any opinions to share on this policy or any other topic of your choosing, please write a letter to the editor at brmcwright@penncrest.org.

What does Policy 109.2 do?

The primary alteration of Policy 109.2, a policy regarding library materials, is a new section labeled “Avoiding Inappropriate Materials.” In this section, the policy elaborates on what is defined as “age appropriate to the grade levels of the students served.” Firstly, the policy explains that the school district’s goal is “to choose material that provides… rich educational content appropriate to students in the district over material that may provide similar content but with elements that are inappropriate or unnecessary for minors in a school setting.” 109.2 goes on to describe what ought not to be shown in school, prohibiting “visual or visually implied depictions of sexual acts or simulations of such acts, explicit written depictions of sexual acts, or visual depictions of nudity- not including materials with diagrams about anatomy for science or content relating to classical works of art.”

Thus ends the “Avoiding Inappropriate Materials” section of Policy 109.2. Towards the end of the policy; however, the district allows itself a means of “weeding” out the books that have breached school policy by adding “materials that violate district policy” to the list of reasons to remove a book from district libraries (this takes place in a section that is fittingly labeled “Weeding”).

Where did Policy 109.2 come from?

This isn’t the first time a school district in Pennsylvania has established a book ban system for school libraries. The language in PENNCREST’s policy revision is nearly identical to Central Bucks School District’s (CBSD) Policy 109.2, which features a section labeled “Avoiding Inappropriate Materials.” CBSD is currently being investigated by the U.S. Department of Education due to a 72-page complaint made by the ACLU of Pennsylvania. Central Bucks School District defended their policy in a statement on their website.

Transcripts:

Below are the transcripts for the registered speakers at the Dec. 8, 2022 meeting. Each registered speaker would normally have five minutes to speak, but the district allows only 30 minutes total for speakers. Due to the number of registered speakers (seven), each speaker was only allotted four minutes to present. The following are exact quotes in the order that the speakers presented. Note the editor’s notes present on statements that are marked with one or more asterisks (“*”). “…” is used to indicate an unfinished sentence. Exclamation marks and spaces between paragraphs have been removed to avoid misinterpretation.

Stacey Hetrick, Saegertown Resident:

“Good evening. My name is Stacey Hetrick. I live at 340 Grant Street in Saegertown. I am a citizen, taxpayer, teacher, and parent of a Saegertown student. I read the Meadville Tribune every day. We’re lucky to have such a fabulous resource locally, but on Nov. 23rd, I missed something: 42 words posted in the Public Notices section that announced a policy meeting for December 1st. It was only printed one day. It was not posted to the PENNCREST website, as many other school boards do, and, apparently, it was posted on the doors of Central Office. I also missed that, but the board followed the law, I guess. What a meeting it must have been. Ten policies are on the agenda tonight*. Many of them, like Policy 109.2, were just revised and approved in July of 2022 (four months ago)**. Why revisit them? What has changed? When the draft policies were posted to the Board Docs this week, I was astounded and crushed. Nearly every one of these policies seems designed to restrict students’ access to information, resources, activities, and support. Policy 109.2 regarding library resources is particularly restrictive, discriminatory, and probably illegal were it to be approved, but that won’t concern you. You have the votes to pass it. In fact, you have the votes to pass whatever ideological-founded wrong-headed policy you conceive or find in Texas or Central Bucks School District, which has the most restrictive library policy in Pennsylvania, or some other place that provides model policies for citizens with your particular agenda. And your agenda is no secret. Your playbook comes from the American Family Association or Focus on the Family or some other group that provides discriminatory language for you to cut and paste into your documents like you did with the anti-CRT policy you passed earlier this year. But I want you to know people are watching. The ACLU is watching. The Governor’s Commission on LGBTQ Affairs is watching. Local attorneys and champions of LGBTQ+ students and families are watching. Title IX advocates are watching. Local people who don’t share any part of your agenda are watching. And, most of all, the future is watching. I have two requests of the board this evening. Do better at advertising your meetings please. 42 words printed one time is not enough to inform the public. Democracy dies in darkness. Please do better. Try to accept the idea that public schools serve everyone. As each year passes, we will have more students and families who have loved ones who would be harmed by your supposed policy ideas, which are clearly discriminatory and run counter to the ideals you purport to support with your anti-discrimination resolutions. You were elected to serve this district. You righteously believe that you know best and you will do what you will do. There are five open board seats in 2023, I strongly encourage any citizen of PENNCREST who finds these policies as abhorrent as I do to please run for school board. Help usher PENNCREST into the future instead of seeking to return into some narrowly held vision of the past. I will leave you with 45 words to counter your 42-word public notice. These are words that every student who comes through my journalism program memorizes. ‘Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.***’ I would like to thank you for your time.”

*There were only nine policies on the agenda for the Dec. 8 first reading. However, there are technically ten listed, as Policy 200 is listed twice. There is also an attachment to Policy 122 attached to the “Policy First Reading” agenda item.

**Policy 109.2 was adopted by the school board on July 14, 2022, which is 147 days (about four and a half months) before the Dec. 8, 2022 meeting.

***This is the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.


Kate Edwards, Saegertown Resident:

“My name is Catherine Edwards, and I would like to urge the board to reconsider the proposed provisions of policy governing library materials. I don’t understand the value of the added text. Its presence either indicates that without it, this board would be approving pornographic to the library, or that the library is somehow unintentionally rife with this content to the extent that it merits action. In the internet age, it is absurd to suggest that the school’s library is a viable or preferred source to gain access to explicit material. No one is leafing through back copies of National Geographic looking for dirty pictures anymore. Currently, materials are reviewed on a case-by-case basis where the academic merits of each book can be measured individually. The procedure was used a few meetings back without issue. It afforded ample mechanisms to disqualify any submission and ensure that due consideration was given to each item. The current revision of this policy was passed in July of this year. You considered it sufficient then. It continues to be sufficient now. I’m more interested in how this obsession regarding the library content has not extended to acknowledging how little access our students are given to the library itself. In Saegertown high school, it is my understanding that the library can only be accessed on Mondays and Fridays when the library is available. Additionally, class time is not allotted to allow students dedicated time to explore the library. Students have to visit on their own time or using a three-minute hall pass*. It seems to me that the content of the collection is only relevant if students are actually able to use it. It makes me wonder why such time and energy has been devoted to revising this policy twice in five months. As a parent and district resident, I would much rather know what progress has been made in the interest of the music department. It took a lot of courage for a group of students to blatantly expose the extreme neglect the music program has received and request your help. Despite the sheer indifference of this board, Saegertown has still managed to rank first place in various competitions this year. Imagine how successful they could be if their instruments worked and they were recognized for their accomplishments. Maybe if we approach this situation with as much vigor as you’ve shown in your quest to eliminate orgasms and erections from classical literature, a solution could have already been found. Each day we allow this to continue, we fail them. Forgive me. These items are not on the agenda. Instead, the board has chosen to prioritize changes to the Interscholastic Athletics policy. The term “biological sex at birth” has been clumsily inserted into the policy, at one point reading, and i quote ‘participation in interscholastic athletic programs to biological at birth male and female students on as equal a basis as is practicable and without discrimination in accordance with law and regulations.’ This borders on nonsensical. What is this intended to express? I’m not sure. The original passage was meant to communicate that the board would follow the letter of the law and not practice discrimination between male and female programs. Put simply, the insertion of this does not mean what you mean it to mean. If this board feels the need to court the controversy surrounding transgender people’s rights and open itself legally to the tenuous positions that we create, the place for that would be its own standalone, thoroughly researched, and impeccably worded policy. This is a feat the Pennsylvania House and Senate failed to do with House Bill 972, which was vetoed in July. This board has a duty to encourage the success of every student and advocate for the opportunities that are available to them. It seems more prudent to avoid the ramifications of such a policy in favor of working collaboratively with the individual should the need arrive. Instead of approving legally questionable policies, I would rather know the status of the ongoing construction in the Saegertown buildings**. The continuing presence of contractors and subcontractors while students attend instruction presents a genuine risk. Are you keeping an accurate log of the individuals on site every day, who have access to our students? Have these workers passed clearances and background checks? In short, have we vetted them with as much urgency as you would have us vet a library book?”

*The Panther Press has no knowledge of a three-minute hall pass system to use the library. English teachers’ class time is the primary means of visiting the library at Saegertown high school.

**Check out my article “McClure Company to begin Phase III of GESA project” in page 4 of Volume 17 Issue 2 of the Panther Press. This story is up to date as of Dec. 9, 2022. You can also look at the most recent GESA project update for the school board from Nov. 7, 2022.

Dan Healy, Cambridge Springs Resident:

“Merry Christmas everybody. Merry Christmas indeed. I don’t know where to start. I’ll take a deep breath and just say I read those 42 words in the Meadville Tribune. I came to the meeting and other people did too. It’s amazing what you get when you read the paper. I’d like to say this: I also read the Meadville Tribune most recently a week or so ago. When I saw that there was a poll. A poll asking a community about how they felt about limiting materials in libraries. It seems to me that that poll resulted in a 74 percent majority of citizens* in this community that participated in the Meadville Tribune for the restriction of this kind of garbage in the libraries. Let me just go back to what I was going to say. You may be thinking that I’m here to cause problems but I’m not. I’m here as a friend and as an ally, and I think that if we want allies we need to stand up for what is right. When libraries contain subjects that sexualize children, it’s wrong. It’s not a political issue. It doesn’t matter what our sexual preference is. It’s just wrong. I don’t see how this is offensive to any good person. I came to the meeting. I read the policy. I ask you: have you? It’s reasonable. It’s good language. This policy has been used in numerous school districts across the country in the last year and has been successfully implemented and has been rarely challenged**. It’s the same exact language or very very similar. I am glad that the ACLU is watching. I’m glad. I’m glad the NEA is watching. I’m glad that the gay and lesbian group is watching. Watch this get passed. It could be passed five to four. Maybe six. Maybe seven. Now wouldn’t it be great if that policy would be passed by eight to one. Power. That’s where I think we’re at. I am the father and the grandfather of PENNCREST students and alumni. I am also the husband of an amazing woman, and together we stand as supporters of these policies, as protectors and defenders of innocent children. After attending the recent committee meeting and becoming aware of that Meadville Tribune poll and articles, I was prompted to come and share. We have feelings about these issues. We recognize that there is a need for men and women to stand up for their families, to stand up for traditional family values, to stand up just for what is right and true, as 74%* of the Meadville Tribune readers indicated. We have found through simple investigation using resources found at the district’s website that this district has left the back door open. The malicious actors that seek to sexualize children through the library systems. Many titles, many many titles, that populate our bookshelves do violate our children’s right to innocence and demonstrate inappropriate and objectionable material. So tonight I’d like to commend these honorable men and women on this board as you seek to correct these past wrongs and implement measures that will assure wholesome library contact. Who among us could ever advocate for the sexualization of children? It’s not a political issue. As I said, it should be a consensus maker. It should be a no-brainer once you become aware of what is right underneath our noses. I ensure that you as board members will be appalled and be embarrassed that we have invested hard-earned taxpayers’ money on the books that could only be categorized as smut. You may be thinking that I’m exaggerating. I noticed that he came in over there there is a *Four minutes is over* No way. All right. In closing then: Mr President, I request that these reviews be entered into the record for this meeting and I was polite and you have not been.*** Thank you very much.”

*The poll has since updated to 55.9% against book banning and 44.1% for book banning, swapping majorities with the approximately 74% majority that was held for book banning at the time of the board meeting.

**Pennsylvania is the state with the third largest amount of book bans, with 457 books being banned across 11 school districts out of the approximately 500 school districts in the state (according to a study by PEN America for the 2021/2022 school year).

***During the sentence “Mr President, I request that these reviews be entered into the record for this meeting and I was polite and you have not been,” previous speaker Kate Edwards protested Healy’s continued speech after time had been called. Healy’s statement “I was polite and you have not been” was addressed to Edwards.

Daniel McComas, Troy Township resident:

“Good evening. I’m Dan McComas. I’m from Troy Township and Maplewood school district, who some of y’all are athletes for*. I’m the ninth generation of my family to live on our farm. My grandchildren are the 11th generation. I have connections to this community for a long time. A lot of people in this school system do not. I’m pretty upset I answered the poll that Dan** talked about. I voted that it was a bad idea to sexualize our children in schools***. My daughter**** fell victim to the sexualization campaign that went on in Maplewood. She was encouraged by the former guidance counselor. It was hidden and covered up from me by the school, by the former superintendent, and by several members of the staff and faculty there. She has now cut her breasts off. She grows a beard. She is plagued with health problems when she has never been sick a day in her life. She has alienated her entire family. She’s ruined her life. She has been destroyed by PENNCREST School District and Maplewood School. Not this board. I understand it’s been a while. I’ve just found out more and more over the last year or so what’s going on. I have written proof right here*****. It shows the cover-up started at least in September of 2015 by the Crawford County Career and Vo Tech Center. It was going on in Maplewood. These books on the sexual perversions have no business in our libraries. CRT has no business in our schools. I’m tired of hearing about my toxic masculinity. My horrible whiteness. I’m tired of being told that little boys can be girls and little girls can be boys because they cannot. There are two genders and God is real. Period. And every time I hear something it’s all this crap. Somebody wants to sexualize our kids. They let them wear… They dress like hoochie mamas out here in the school with the tight britches where you can see everything they got. 12-year-olds. 14-year-olds. I’ve been to school to pick up my kid. When I was in school you was not allowed to dress like that. I grew up in Northern Kentucky where it was extremely conservative. The tobacco belt. We were not… Two inches above the knee. You can’t wear your shorts longer than that or you’re going to go home and you’re going to change. But now we have to put up with this garbage. We have to tell people, we have to express it from our own mouths that we believe this garbage. The little boy is a little girl and the little girl is a little boy. And now these children have ruined their lives. How many of them? I know at least three or four was going on while my daughter was in school, before I found out that my daughter was one of them. It was covered up, and when I went to a meeting and confronted the school, the principal, the assistant principal, and the former superintendent, they doubled down on their efforts to conceal it from me and hide it from other parents. This garbage has to stay out of our schools. It has no business in our schools and anybody that would support it has no business being within a mile of a child. And that’s basically all I got before Brenda******.”

*15 Maplewood High School girls volleyball players, one Maplewood High School cross country runner and one Saegertown High School cross country were recognized for their performances at state competitions. For their names, click here.

**Dan Healy, the previous presenter

***The question posed by the Meadville Tribune poll in question is “Do you agree with the efforts to remove or restrict books accessible to children in schools and libraries?”

****McComas’s child is Chris McComas, who is a transgender man (he/him pronouns).

*****McComas was holding a roll of papers, but we were unable to determine what they were.

******McComas is referencing Brenda Belovarac, the next presenter.

Editor’s Note: Chris McComas’s (Daniel McComas’s son) response to Daniel McComas’s allegations has been emailed to the PENNCREST school board prior to the Monday, Jan. 9 meeting.

Brenda Belovarac, Cambridge Springs Resident:

“The proverb: ‘The power of life and death is in the tongue, and those who love it will get its fruit*.’ If you love perversion and you speak perversion, you’re gonna reap what you sow. We have to watch what we say. We have to watch what kind of words we feed our children. Would you talk like a pervert in front of your children? No. Better not. Not if you want your kids to grow up right. Words are powerful. They can give life or destroy. They can lift you up or weigh you down. They can protect. They can deceive. They can equip you or disarm you, alienate you or create allies. You don’t go on and hand your keys to a 12-year-old and say ‘Hey. You know what you’re doing. Take it.’ No. No you wouldn’t. You don’t want to do this with these books either. The 12-year-old is not able physically, emotionally, and mentally to take the responsibility on of driving a car. Neither are our children. They are not equipped to make the decisions they need to. They might have all the gear, but they’re not equipped to make the decisions and understand the complications that come with confused emotions and ‘sex means love’ and ‘no it don’t.’ These books are the words of a predator. I was shocked to find out that Judy Blume, who writes great books for little kids (Or so I think. Maybe I should go read them all.), wrote a book like this garbage**. I wouldn’t let my 15-year-old granddaughter, much less anybody else, read it. These are words used by a predator to seduce and groom***. If they talk to your kid or your grandkid like that right now, you’d be throwing their butt in jail. But no. They’re going to use license and the law (kind of) to kind of skirt around the issue. To a child, they don’t understand. We have to safeguard them. We have to protect these kids. Don’t let these guys, these people, under the guise of license and artistry, get under the radar. That’s exactly what they’re doing. They’re trying to raise our children’s curiosities, that they might be able to be approached easily. Hey. Try this. It’ll be fun. Reminds me of sitting on the bus and hearing the boys talk dirty, and you go home, and you’re like ‘What was this all about?’ But then you’re curious. It’s not something that should be happening, but we’ve let a little bit by little bit get through, and now the dam wants to break, and when the dam breaks it’s going to take every one of us with it. We’re not going to survive. The country will go down the tubes *Four minutes is over* because the world is going down the tubes. Because some people are getting their way. Thank you for your time.”

*Proverbs 18:21

**Belovarac is likely referring to Forever by Judy Blume, which is in the top hundred most banned books in the United States. Click here to see the Forever page of Judy Blume’s website.

***Judy Blume has never been arrested or brought to court on sexual assault allegations.

Eli Skelton, Saegertown Resident:

“If I had more time tonight I would talk about both Policy 109.2 and Policy 123*. Since I don’t, I’m going to focus on Policy 109.2. Libraries are supposed to have a wide variety of materials to stimulate growth and factual knowledge. Said materials should be chosen to represent diverse points of view on all topics. It’s blatantly obvious that this is your not-so-sneaky way of making it easy to ban books that fall into the LGBTQ+ category, just as some of you suggested doing after a contractor leaked a photo of a book display last May. By destroying the literature we love, you are decimating our existence. In previous meetings that I’ve attended, a Bible verse is mentioned at least once in the citizens’ comments. Your grounds for banning LGBTQ+ books is that they are sexually explicit and inappropriate for young minds. However, the Bible is one of the most sexually explicit books that I’ve ever read. It is rife with sex, rape, and incest, most of these acts done by the Bible’s holiest men. I’m not going to quote them due to the fact that they aren’t appropriate for those under 18 and may trigger survivors of sexual assault. Your opposition to its banning is promotion for those very sinful deeds. It also goes against your reasoning for banning LGBTQ+ books. You may not remember, but a lot of classic books used in high school classes contain some mentions of sex, such as Romeo and Juliet, Gulliver’s Travels, The Odyssey, Ulysses, and The Catcher in the Rye. Book banning has been around since the 1600s. The majority of the time, it is done because it goes against the person who’s trying to ban the book’s views. It is also done to silence victims of racism, homophobia, transphobia, etc. They’re trying to erase history so that the students only learn what they want them to learn, thus white washing history. Before you think of passing policies such as 109.2, 122** and 123 as well as the others***. I would like you to keep in mind what is happening in Central Bucks School District. The district is inviting lawsuits and loss of funding with policies such as these. The ACLU said it well ‘These are children who need support, not more trauma. We also hope that the adults who are perpetuating such disgusting toxic and discriminatory policies come to their senses and do the right thing. If not, they should stay out of school administration and policy making. They are unfit to have power over the lives of children.’ I’d like to leave you with a quote by one of my favorite authors, Laurie Halse Anderson: ‘Censorship has nothing to do with protecting children. It has to do with protecting adults who don’t want to have difficult conversations with those children.****’”

*Revisions of Policy 123 insert the phrase “biological (at birth)” in multiple instances regarding athletic programs.

**Revisions of Policy 122 and 122.1 redefine extracurricular and noncurricular activities, and provide new rules for the functioning of these activities.

***At the Dec. 8, 2022 board meeting, ten policies received a first reading, out of which eight policies were revised (109.2, 122, 122.1, 123, 200, 229, 618, 913) and one policy was introduced (251).

Ryan Weingard, Troy Township Resident:

“Good evening Mr. President. Thank you for the opportunity to speak. I’m going to pick up that Bible and read it to you right now. I’m going to open with Luke 17*, where it says ‘Offenses will certainly come, but woe to the one through who they come! It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck and he were thrown into the sea than for him to cause one of these little ones to stumble. Be on your guard. If your brother sins, rebuke him, and if he repents, forgive him. And if he sins against you seven times in a day, and comes back to you seven times, saying, ‘I repent,’ you must forgive him.’ I’m hearing some amazing claims tonight. I’m hearing that those of us who might read the Bible and promote such beliefs. Beliefs that were intact in the founding of this nation. Beliefs that were represented in all of the founding documents of this nation, that there is a God in heaven, that his son, Jesus Christ, died on the cross and rose from the dead and sits in heaven and rules over us, that these types of claims, that this nation were founded on claims that allow us to govern ourselves and maintain liberty as an ideology and theirs isn’t? Are you kidding me? I have some quotes for you. The most quoted author in education colleges of our land of the United States is Paulo Freire**. Let me read you a quote from Paulo Freire’s book The Pedagogy of the Oppressed. I’m sure many of you have heard of him, especially since some of you espoused his beliefs. ‘In the Revolutionary process,’ (this is how we’re supposed to teach children)***, ‘In the revolutionary process there is only one way for emerging leaders to achieve authenticity: ‘They must die in order to be reborn through and with the oppressed.****’ Christianity teaches that we must die to our sins and be reborn through and with Jesus Christ. You tell me that there’s not an ideology in what they’re teaching here***. I have amazingly heard the claim that the First Amendment needs to be enacted. I don’t have the time. I’d love to do a publicly moderated debate where I can prove to you that this is a religion that they are teaching. Those of us who stand on the side of truth recognize that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the light. We recognize that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. We are here to teach children. We are here to love children. This Bible contains stories about sexual activity. It has verses in it that says things like sexual immorality shall not even be named among you. And yet I’ve heard disgusting words which I won’t even repeat about sex tonight. I know that they teach that toys and other means of having sexual perverse ideas are taught in these books, they’re promoted in these books, and they’re being taught in school classrooms. First of all, I want to thank all of you on the board who believe in God and want to uphold the truth here. Those words are written for you. Those words  are written for you who don’t believe in God. You will be judged. It would be better for you if a millstone were hung around your neck than if you promote the sexualization of our children. The First Amendment? For real? Christians invented that clause*****. That was a reformation****** idea, because the state and the church are two separate spheres of government and they ought not to mix. The church should not execute people. The state should not excommunicate people. That’s the whole point. In this land, we have religious liberty, which is what the amendment that was quoted states, that we have the freedom to worship and practice our faith, which is what we are doing*******. So time fails me. I’m going to close with this, out of this book that’s so horrible. This is from First Corinthians 13********. Let’s talk about it. ‘Love is patient. Love is kind. Love does not envy, is not boastful, is not arrogant, is not rude, is not self-seeking, is not irritable, and does not keep a record of wrongs. Love finds no joy in unrighteousness, but rejoices in the truth. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.’ *Four minutes is over* Thank you Mr. President.”

*Weingard references Luke 17:1-4.

**Paulo Freire is not, in fact, the most quoted author in higher education. The Panther Press has been unable to locate a source that backs Weingard’s claim. We did, however, find that the most quotable author in the world is likely William Shakespeare.

***The revolutionary process is a process by which revolutionaries can overthrow the government under which they are ruled. It is not supposed to be taught in schools.

****Weingard is referencing a segment of The Pedagogy of the Oppressed, which is in the fifth paragraph on page 69 of this PDF version of the piece, which is the same as the PDF version linked to the title inside of this presentation.

*****Most of the founding fathers (who drafted the Constitution and Bill of Rights) were some form of Protestant.

******Reformers were Protestants who rejected the pope’s authority, seeking more religious freedom than the Catholic Church allowed at the time (reformation roughly began when Martin Luther argued for reformation in the church).

*******The First Amendment grants the right to practice any religion freely, or not practice any religion at all. The entire First Amendment is as follows: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”

********Weingard references 1 Corinthians 13:4-7

The PENNCREST School Board will meet at Central Office at 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 9 to discuss Policy 109.2, and will vote on the policy on Thursday, Jan. 12 at the same time and location.

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