Barrington Parents: Sending your kids to Oyster River?

If so, you may want to reconsider your options. The following is a quote from a recent news article regarding recently passed legislation entitled “Right to Freedom from Discrimination in Public Workplaces and Education”.

“This budget language is designed to hide, obscure, and deny racism, prejudice, and discrimination of many kinds,” said James Morse, Oyster River Cooperative School District Superintendent. “If we are to grow as a state and community, we must recognize our past and learn from it – not hide New Hampshire’s difficult history from our schools, institutions, and workplaces.”

Superintendent James Morse should have taken the time to actually read the language that the Senate, House and Governor agreed to, language that is meant to curb the racist indoctrinations and teachings of “Critical Race Theory”.

And maybe, just maybe Mr. Morse can explain just what he means when he refers to “New Hampshire’s difficult history”. But I think Morse is more concerned with getting a “woke” soundbite into the press and receiving accolades from his radical left associates than really understanding what the legislation accomplishes.

Representative Len Turcotte – Barrington