Over the last few days the Alaska Watchman has published several documented reports on how two Fairbanks middle schools are attempting to disseminate radical LGBTQ ideology to 6th-8th grade children. The good news is that both schools have been forced to make
Ryan Middle School in Fairbanks promptly scrubbed its website of all links to LGBTQ material following an Oct. 13 Alaska Watchman report which detailed how the school was using its public resources to encourage 6th-8th graders to question and explore their
After it was discovered that Fairbanks’ Randy Smith Middle School was preparing to launch an explicitly LGBTQ “explorations” class for 6th-8th grade students during academic instruction time, the school quickly changed the description of the class and
Ryan Middle School in Fairbanks is using public resources to encourage youth to question and explore their sexual orientation, gender identity and how to engage in various sexual acts, while directing kids with sexual questions to speak confidentially to
GUEST COLUMN BY JON & RUTH EWIG Whether we have young children or teens in homeschool, private or public school we need to fulfill our duty as American citizens to participate in voting at the local community as well as state and national levels.
The Fairbanks School Board is scheduled to vote on a resolution that encourages educators to promote and celebrate LGBTQ sexuality among all grade levels throughout the month of October. Set for a vote at the Sept. 6 school board meeting, the proposal
At its April 19 meeting, the Fairbanks School Board began early consideration of a policy change that would require the district’s superintendent and educational administrators to support teachers who wish to explore controversial issues during classroom
Students in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District have had to endure a combination of divisive and aggressive leftist ideas, Covid closures and controversial masking policies. Many families have had enough, and are pulling their kids from
Facing a dramatic and continuing decline in student enrollment, the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District voted earlier this month to shutter three elementary schools. Now, it is set to eliminate nearly 70 full-time teacher positions for next year.
Johanna Ray planned a winter birthday party for her six-year-old son during the Feb. 22 open swim time at the Hamme Pool in Fairbanks. What was supposed to be a family friendly environment was quickly shattered when a transgender biological male entered into
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