Contrary to the impression given by the CBN article in the first post, Nehring was not invited to the school to discuss science and mathematics… she was there as part of a Days of Diversity program which the school hosts every year. And she has spoken there for the past three years.
The school district says it wants to cooperate with the parents, but feels overwhelmed
The holdup lies in requests made by parents seeking any and all writings — including e-mails and PowerPoint presentations — received and sent by employees to and from Nehring and the Eden Church of Hayward, which she heads, according to the suit.
“Our position is that request is overly broad and it would take an extraordinary amount of research to find out who may have written her at all,” Macy said. “Ultimately, they have to describe what their objectives are.”
Given that Nehring has spoken there for three years as part of a diversity program, it seems a little odd that a problem was discovered only just recently. And the initial complaint made a rather unbelievable claim:
In the anonymous e-mail that prompted the issue, the writer claimed Nehring disrupted instruction at Castro Valley High to give step-by-step instructions on how to become gay and transsexual. Nehring has denied the assertion.
Step by step instructions on how to become gay and transsexual?? LOL
Castro Valley has a reputation as being a racist place. I’m not so sure there isn’t a little bit of bigotry at play in this situation.