“Earlier today a video was posted that has since been deleted as it did not share our school and church philosophy of honoring and respecting authority including those in government positions,” the school statement said, according to Eyewitness News.
The school asked parents not to share the video online.
McFadden said that the school wouldn’t tell her whether the teacher was disciplined but did convey that she was “repentant” regarding the matter. Feeling that the school was not taking her concerns seriously, McFadden blurred out the faces of the children in the video and posted it online.
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“The teacher is indoctrinating her students,” McFadden told KTLA. “Everybody has a right to believe in what they want and my daughter wasn’t given that opportunity.”
McFadden added that her daughter was too young to make an informed decision regarding political figures.
“It doesn’t matter at this point what side of the fence you’re on. This can happen in your child’s classroom, and it is happening,” McFadden said. “We as parents have the right to determine the beliefs and values we want to instill in our children. A teacher does not have the right to indoctrinate her students.”
ChurchLeaders has reached out to Turning Point Christian School for comment and will update this article in the event of their reply.