Kansas City, Missouri 2021-10-28 12:44:00 –
Olathe, Kansas (KCTV)-This week, in Olathe’s classroom, a worksheet was distributed that asked students to express who they were physically attracted to.
A worksheet that Olathe Public School asked students not to fill out was distributed in high school human growth and development classes.
The assignment, titled “The Gender Unicorn,” asks students to show their gender assigned at birth, identify who they are mentally and emotionally attracted to, and explain how to express their gender. I did.
Olathe Public School responded that the task was “inappropriate” and said it was not part of the district’s curriculum.
“This worksheet was not appropriate in terms of the information requested, but the school district has created a comprehensive environment that supports all students and allows students to seek help from trusted adults. “We are working hard,” the school district said in a statement.
The school says it is working with staff to make sure the worksheets are not being used in other classes.
You can see the full statement of the district below.
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