We do support diversity of thought in the classroom and high standards for students of all ethnicities. We do support teaching students how to think but not what to think.  We do not support the new educational ideology that prioritizes equal outcomes (equity) ahead of excellence and seeks to divide us on the basis of race. 

Redondo Beach School Board Alert!

There is a board meeting scheduled for

Tuesday July 27 at 4pm.

Come at 3pm for a rally with

Let Them Breathe to protest mandatory masking for children


Write in here.

Watch the meeting here.

Agenda may be found here.

For those of you who have not read the newsletter sent earlier this week identifying the issues facing our school district, read the newsletter by clicking on the link below.
This will bring you up to speed on the issues.


1.    Request that the Leadership/Social Justice class is put on hold until there is a publicly noticed discussion with the exact curriculum available to the community with advance notice so there is time to review. Parents whose children signed up for this class under false pretenses should be notified.
2.   Share your concerns that Critical Race Theory is sweeping through the Redondo Unified school district. Ask the school board to bring forth a publicly noticed discussion at a school board meeting so parents may provide input.
3.  Insist that the REC recommendations and work product in its entirety is immediately published on the school website. Any future committees should be set up properly, with a balance of perspectives, not just the most extreme.
School Board Members’ information can be found here.

These newsletters will provide alerts about upcoming school board meetings and provide information about discussions and decisions made by the school board and school administrators.

Stay Tuned and Speak Up!

Do Not Remain Silent!

We need ALL Stakeholders in the South Bay to Make Their Voice Heard. 

We have STRENGTH in numbers, and TOGETHER we can be a force that pushes back against these changes and instead pushes for EXCELLENCE and an APOLITICAL educational environment that allows students to develop critical thinking skills, the ability to debate varying points of view and above all, continue to strive for excellence in education.

Happening Now!

MB:  At the October 20 board workshop, MBUSD gave the go ahead to implement every recommendation from CLEAR, the CRT based entity. 
RB:  The school board is now talking about creating a Social Justice Committee in order to weave Social Justice throughout the curriculum.  Read about the California proposed math framework (Putting The Pieces of the Puzzle Together newsletter) in which math is no longer just math, it is about Social Justice.  In the world of Social Justice, Excellence in Education takes a back seat as ideology takes center stage in the classroom.  
HB:  the PTO is discussing the cancellation of the cherished Father Daughter dance. Fathers are an important part of a girl’s life and should be celebrated. All fathers should speak out against this – it is part of the overall push against the family unit.