San Francisco schools may soon start distributing condoms to students in middle schools – or to those who want them anyway. A final vote by the school board is scheduled to take place in the next two weeks.
Imagine your 11-year-old son or daughter walking into the school nurse’s office and walking out with condoms! Perhaps the school district expects parents to be reassured by the fact that students would also have a one-on-one information session with the nurse.
The proposed new policy was introduced by Superintendent Richard Carranza to the Board of Education, as “part of an overall effort by the district to further prevent sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy among minors,”...READ MORE