Campaign For a Better Future.
Don't let the name fool you, our kids' health is the least of their concerns. School-Based Health Clinics are a business operating within a school district which provides "health care" and mental health care to minors without parental knowledge or consent, and guess what....it's funded with your tax dollars. They are unaccountable to the school or the parents.
According to the watch dog group Parents' Rights in Education; "Students medical records are under their control and School-Based Health Clinic sponsors and proponents often deceive schools and communities by promising them that the clinic can be designed to reflect community values." Then once in, this Trojan Horse opens up and unleashes a very sinister agenda on our children whereby they can "perform an invasive physical exam on your child which may include a genital examination, injections and/or insertions without parental knowledge or consent."
Reproductive services and contraceptives can be obtained at ANY AGE! This can include contraceptives, IUD, abortion, Plan B, even sterilization. All without your knowledge or consent.
"These SBHC's may be violating the U.S. Equal Access Act by exposing students to materials or instruction which attempt to convince children to accept as normal, a life changing chemical and surgical impersonations of the opposite sex.
Is our school district allowing children who believe themselves to be of a different sex than their biological sex, to use the restrooms, showers of their choice?"
And at the same time, Oregon House Bill 2307 (2015) makes it illegal for parents to seek mental therapy for their own child if they believe they are suffering from gender dysphoria.
There is a concerted effort in this state and others, to deny parents their rights concerning the mental health of their children. There is an attempt to drive a wedge between parents and kids.
Our school board has a duty to control the educational environment for ALL students in their schools.
Has our school board allowed an SBHC to operate within our district? If so....what parameters were they given, do they operate in a way that reflects community values and how were parents informed? If there is not a SBHC operating within our district, contact a school board member today to tell them NOT IN OUR TOWN! We have plenty of clinics around.