The Marxist indoctrination of students that began in our universities, including social justice, sexualization and gender fluidity, has now spread all the way down to the kindergarten level. Wylie ISD is no exception.

The Wylie ISD School Board has forgotten that schools exist to educate our children, not to be a laboratory for social and ideological indoctrination. We need strong leadership to combat the brainwashing of our children, and we must act NOW.

Is this “The Wylie Way” of educating our children?

  • Superintendent David Vinson, in a June 9, 2020 blog post, posted a picture of himself kneeling beside students at the 2020 Wylie High graduation and also pushed the narrative of racial inequality and announced a Strategic Equity Plan

  • Also in 2020, WISD made national news when a Cooper Junior High teacher included an image comparing the police to the KKK in an assignment. To the best of our knowledge, no disciplinary action was taken against the teacher, who is no longer employed by WISD as of August 2022. This incident provoked the following response from the National Fraternal Order of Police:

  • WISD continues to purchase and place obscene books on school library shelves while the current trustees turn a blind eye to the issue, and when confronted, ignore the problem

    • The Stonewall book awards is the self-proclaimed “first and most enduring award for LGBTQIA+ books. 11 of the 14 books that won the Stonewall Honor Books in Children’s and Young Adult Literature between 2017 and 2021 are in a Wylie ISD library.

  • In August 2022, Groves Elementary held an afterschool event for all elementary students, including kindergartners, that featured a biography of an artist which included unnecessary information about his work promoting “social activism…racial equality and the LGBTQ community”

Indoctrination is already present within Wylie ISD schools. We need courageous leaders who are not afraid to take a stand and proactively eliminate all attempts to indoctrinate our children.

Our candidates believe in…

  • Emphasizing a back-to-basics approach, with a focus on teaching children to think critically, analyze, and formulate using logic
  • Preparing students to make a living and participate meaningfully in society as adults
  • Teaching essential knowledge and skills in a neutral, politically agnostic environment that emphasizes facts over opinions
  • Safeguarding the physical and mental well-being of students, faculty, and staff at all times
  • Taking strong action against indoctrination, including social justice, sexualization, and gender fluidity, and any other subject that should be discussed at home, not at school