Texas Mother Allegedly Refuses to Sign Non-Disclosure Agreement for Access to Child's Public School, According to Complaint
A Texas mother claims that her child's public school asked her to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) in order to visit the school. The in
Texas Mother Claims School Asked Her to Sign NDA to Visit
A Texas mother claims that her child's public school asked her to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) in order to visit the school. The incident occurred on August 15 when the mother, Amber Longacre, attempted to visit Kitty Hawk Middle School near San Antonio. Longacre refused to sign the NDA and has filed a complaint regarding the matter.
Concerns Raised Over Non-Disclosure Agreement
In a recent incident, a woman named Longacre was approached by school staff members and a school resource officer who requested that she sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). The purpose of the NDA was to prevent any sensitive information from being leaked. However, Longacre was not permitted to enter the school to discuss and sign the document.
Pressure on Parents to Sign NDA
Attorney Janelle Davis revealed that parents were pressured to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) without fully understanding its implications. One parent, Longacre, refused to sign the NDA and expressed concern about the number of parents who may have signed it without questioning it. Longacre shared their story to encourage other parents to speak up if they notice anything suspicious.
Allegations of Hiding Information
In this news article, a woman named Longacre claims that she felt "backed into a corner" by a school and believes they were hiding information from her. Longacre had a meeting with Assistant Superintendent of Operations Joseph Guidry, which she recorded. During the meeting, Guidry mentioned that a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) was in place to protect children, but did not provide any specific details about why or how the NDA was implemented. Video footage obtained by the Daily Caller shows that the same document appeared on check-in kiosks at the administration building.
Complaint Filed Against School District
A parent named Longacre has filed a complaint against the Judson Independent School District in Texas regarding a visitor check-in policy. The complaint argues that the policy goes against state law, which encourages parents to actively participate in creating and implementing educational programs for their children.
Removal of Non-Disclosure Agreement
In a recent development, a school district has informed a parent, Longacre, that a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is no longer required for check-in at the school. The district claims that the NDA was a default document in their visitor system. Longacre's attorney has stated that they will not pursue legal action since the district has informed them about the removal of the NDA and has agreed to revoke previously signed NDAs by parents.
Transparency and Concerns in the School District
The Judson Independent School District (JISD) has removed a non-disclosure agreement from their visitor management system, following concerns raised by parents. The move comes as transparency in public schools has become a contentious issue, with parents demanding more information about their children's education. Some parents have expressed concerns about sexually explicit curriculum and school library content, as well as schools supporting children's gender identities without parental notification. The issue of biological boys using girls' bathrooms and locker rooms has also been raised. The removal of the non-disclosure agreement is seen as a step towards addressing these concerns and promoting transparency in the school district.