The May edition of San Luis Obispo High School’s student newspaper, Expressions, focused on LGBTQ issues and included a letter to the editor by a special ed teacher at the school, Michael Stack, condemning homosexuality. The San Luis Coastal school district passed a new policy this year addressing questions regarding religious behavior and expression.
The May edition of San Luis Obispo High School’s student newspaper, Expressions, focused on LGBTQ issues and included a letter to the editor by a special ed teacher at the school, Michael Stack, condemning homosexuality. The San Luis Coastal school district passed a new policy this year addressing questions regarding religious behavior and expression. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
The May edition of San Luis Obispo High School’s student newspaper, Expressions, focused on LGBTQ issues and included a letter to the editor by a special ed teacher at the school, Michael Stack, condemning homosexuality. The San Luis Coastal school district passed a new policy this year addressing questions regarding religious behavior and expression. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

After anti-gay letter at SLO High, school district rolls out new rules on religion

September 13, 2017 05:41 PM

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