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Gulf Coast High School student Gabrielle Gabbard said her high school refused to allow her pro-life club to form, but the Florida high school is denying the claim.
Gabbard, who is a sophomore and represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), submitted the information required by Gulf Coast High School to form the pro-life club Sharks 4 Life on Aug. 8, according to a November letter ADF sent to the Collier County Public School Board. Sharks 4 Life would be affiliated with the nationwide pro-life organization Students for Life.
The article goes on to state the following:
The letter stated that when Gabbard’s two faculty advisers met with Gulf Coast High School Assistant Principal Catherine Crawford-Brown on Aug. 30 to ask why the club had not yet been approved, Crawford-Brown told them the club was too “political” and “controversial,” and that a flyer Gabbard had submitted held unacceptable content. Crawford-Brown also suggested in this meeting that one of the faculty advisors might lose her job if she continued as a faculty advisor for the club, according to the letter, and the faculty advisor resigned that day.
Collier County Public Schools (CCPS) specialist in communications & community engagement for CCPS, Jennifer L. Kupiec, denies that there has been a problem with the club.
“The Principal will be reaching out to students interested in forming the Sharks 4 Life Club on Monday and finding a sponsoring faculty member,” added Chad Oliver, executive director of communication and community engagement for CCPS, according to a statement to DCNF.
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