Comment Policy

You are welcome to comment at any time. There is no need to use your real name or identity. The reason for this is because some people may feel that it will hurt their children’s education if people know who they are.

I like comment threads with differing views and opinions and I will do my best to moderate lightly, however, all comments are moderated before posting because there are people who would love to dominate the conversation to reflect their views. This blog was not made for that purpose and I feel those people have plenty of other outlets. Altering comments will be to protect individuals from threats or personal attacks, remove profanity and other untoward and unnecessary dribble. If you are unhappy with my comment policy, you are quite simply welcome to not post a comment.

It is important for people to know that this is my personal site. I am not affiliated with the school in any other way than my children attend. I attend every school board meeting and discuss school issues with other people regularly. I reserve the right to withhold, edit or moderate any comment at any time, however, I will always try to show all sides of the issue because I believe the best way to a solution is to look at all the information and ideas available.

This blog is for informational purposes and to get the truth out to the public about our schools. I think it is important for the public to know what is actually going on instead of what many believe to be a candy coated version we are handed from those who speak publicly for our schools.

This blog is also for those people who need help navigating around the difficulties they may encounter when trying to help their children get the best education possible. I will help you in every way that I can by providing as much information possible for your situation.

This blog is not a sounding board for individuals who want to make political statements, or persuade the public to believe as they do. It is strictly for providing the actual data that represents as close to the truth as possible.

Aside from that, debate is welcomed as long as it is not abusive, profane, rude, unnecessarily argumentative or intentionally deceitful.

If you would like to hold a private conversation, or you would like me to post your story, you may contact me at

Please understand that I may not be able to respond to all emails.

Lynette Martin

One comment on “Comment Policy

  1. Wouldn’t it make better sense to have the “transgender” kids request to use the faculty restrooms rather then the rest of the students? There has to be far less “transgenders” in the schools then other students and this would make for less disruption in the school.

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