Michigan schools cancel Halloween, Valentine’s Day due to concerns over inclusion

Enjoy the nice leaves, parents. The accomplished liberals are protecting your children from the devil this year.


In a letter reportedly sent to parents and shared by WLNS, officials wrote that the decision was made due to concerns over hurt feelings and uncomfortable families.

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“Each year, along with the fun of Halloween parties and parades, we also have students whose families do not celebrate or feel comfortable with their children participating in Halloween festivals,” it reads.

“Valentine’s Day is another day in which school parties and the exchange of valentine cards leads to unintended consequences,” the Elementary Principal Team said, noting that the exchange of valentines sometimes leads to classroom drama and teasing and that some families and students “do not feel comfortable with the idea of boys and girls exchanging valentines or participating in a celebration that focuses on ‘love.'”


h/t PhilSheldon


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