Sexually Active Students Must Be Reported
Teachers and staff in the Salem-Keizer school district — which includes more than 40,000 students — were recently told that if they learn or merely suspect a student is sexually active, they must report it to law enforcement or state officials.
According to Oregon law, anyone under 18 years old cannot legally give consent, meaning all sexual activity between minors is considered sexual abuse. This policy, district officials say, stems from Oregon’s mandatory reporting and child abuse laws. But that seems to be a singular interpretation of the law. The Statesman Journal reached out to school districts around the state and found that not one of them had the same mandate.
The subject came up at a training session for teachers and staff in the school district because “we felt like we hadn’t made it clear enough,” as Superintendent Christy Perry told the Statesman Journal. = The Washington Post
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What a lost cause, in a hopeless attempt by the state to play God and the Devil at the same time.
Hopeless, hopeless – except for the few, true Christians following Jesus. Naturally, if there be any true Christians in Oregon schools they should prepare themselves to be falsely accused.
Go up to Gilead and get balm, O Virgin Daughter of Egypt. But you multiply remedies in vain; there is no healing for you. (Jeremiah 46:11)
King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg has gotta really lust after the “merely suspect” abuse of power move-play.
Aw, a Seattle of Washington State, King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg dream come true – anarchy for whatever any authority desires, or does not desire.
- Some teachers said they would simply ignore the mandate. – The Washington Post
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