Clear Creek Independent School District will ask parents to decide whether their children should have online access to a public library after controversy over a book about sex.

Emma Collins: 409-683-5230; emma.collins@galvnews.com.



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Charles Douglas

Kudos to Councilman Justin Hicks, The Concerned Parent mentioned in this article, and the CCISD Board, for SHINING the light on this situation, and addressing it in a speedy satisfactory manner!

Maybe all these renegade School Boards around the nation who are causing upheaval in our educational process all over this country ought to book a flight, or hitch a ride to League City, and learn how a real School Board should function and interphase with student's parents and guardians! Hint: There are some who would not have to travel all that far![wink]

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