As parents across the nation speak out against school boards for racist and pornographic curricula in children’s classrooms, the conflict is also unfolding here in communities across Texas.
In a social media post on Wednesday, four moms in the Fort Worth-area Keller Independent School District said one of the local high schools provided a sexually explicit graphic novel to minors in the school library.
“Welcome to Keller ISD. Yes, a Texas School [w]here legitimate visual porn, a felony offense, is in one of our libraries,” the moms’ account wrote. “[Administrators] were quick to find the book and pulled it from a student[‘]s hands, realizing the severity of distributing porn.”
“[T]he book was on their online library platform at Timber Creek High school,” they continued. “It was checked out by a student & the administration had to find the kid who checked it out and took the book back. All we know is that someone bought & uploaded it to the online library.”