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Why this web page? Why now?

The three founders of this web site have attended two trainings for the Port Angeles school board and several school board meetings over the last 18 months. During this period of time we have become increasingly concerned about the direction our school board is taking and how their decisions are are affecting the school environment. We are not criticizing the academic program or the teaching staff...they do a wonderful job. Our specific concerns are noted below:   

1.) Sex Education: We feel their F.L.A.S.H. program indicates that all forms of Sexual lifestyles are acceptable natural and normal. You can see what the school has been doing by clicking on “News” and read about what is happening here in Port Angeles under “local News”
2.) Gender issues: Our children are being taught about Gender, and encouraged to follow the gender that they feel they are. You can read the latest studies on the effect that has on their lives on our “Research page”
3.) SBHC’s School Based Health Centers: here in Port Angeles will be driving a wedge between parents and children by providing abortion referrals and birth control to students with out parents knowledge. This is legal here in Washington State.
 We want you to be informed...knowledgeable so that you’re in control of what’s happening to your child. And know what you can do about it if you don’t like what going to happen to them. As you read our web pages you will see the truth about the indoctrination that is going on K-12. 


ROAR is an acronym for- reason, options, action, and responsibility.

Reason- To consider different perspectives, examine relevant evidence, discuss in a respectful manner, and reach conclusions beneficial to the health and well being of our community.

Options- To consider options that respect and honor the entire community.

Action- To choose options that contribute to the health and well being of the community.

Responsibility- We have a responsibility to recognize the choices we make impact the lives of individuals in serious ways. There is an existing duty for each of us to provide opportunity and to create an environment that builds people into better citizens.


A Brief History

By Terry Trudel
The impetus for creating R.O.A.R. came from decisions made by the Port Angeles School Superintendent and school board Re: Sex education and how to handle transgender students in the school system. You can find a brief history of the decisions that effect our students here in Port Angeles, and what you as tax paying citizens can do about what is happening here, at this address. More at: