Drag Queen Story Hour is an epidemic of sexual perverts and crossdressers who are grooming children around the nation in public libraries. However, now the epidemic is expanding and elementary schools are now sending first-graders to be indoctrinated into the LGBTQ lifestyle as part of its curriculum.
An email was sent to the families of Primary School 118, also known as Maurice Sendak Community School in Brooklyn, NY announcing the school’s intention to send their children to these in-school sexually aberrant indoctrination camps.
The school, which is taxpayer-funded, is led by principal Elizabeth Garraway and was recruited, according to her bio on the school’s website, because she is a “strong advocate for the value of diversity.”
The email reads,
In an effort to continue to strengthen and enhance inclusiveness and diversity in our school, the first grade will be taking part in “Drag Queen Story Hour!” This program is run by the Brooklyn Public Library and has been a hit at the library and other local public schools. We had Drag Queen Story Hour the past few years at PS118 and the 1st graders LOVED IT! You can even read about it in the NY Times if you click on the link below.
Drag Queen Story Hour is run by a drag queen who will visit our school on Monday, February 24th. She will read to the students, all while teaching into ideas of inclusiveness, gender fluidity and gender roles, family structures, acceptance, empathy, and individuality.
Your child will receive a field trip form in their red folder for payment of this experience. Payment is $6. I am also attaching a flyer about Drag Queen Story Hour to this email for you to read and garner more information.
We are so excited to bring this to our classrooms. I know the children will learn a lot and enjoy it as much as they did last year. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Below is a screenshot of the email that was sent to families of the school. The event will be held on Monday, February 24, 2020.
This is not the first time this school has done this. In 2019, the school also hosted a Drag Queen Story Hour featuring these sexual deviants. One first grade teacher at the school, Alexis Hernandez, commented,
What an amazing way to teach individuality, empathy, and acceptance! Drag Queen Story Hour gave my first graders a fun and interactive platform to talk and think about social and emotional issues like acceptance, being yourself, and loving who you are. Through books, songs, arts and crafts, and movement activities, they explored these issues and had an amazing time doing it! During our debrief after DQSH, they were preaching the incredible lessons they had learned, like “It’s ok to be different,” and “There’s no such thing as ‘boy’ things or ‘girl’ things.” I was proud to be able to have DQSH at my school and will definitely be planning another story hour for next year!
One can only imagine what kind of trauma this teacher experienced as a child to be so willing to pass on her mental instability to other vulnerable children. The entire movement is a sickness that needs to be treated. Below are screen grabs of the previous perverted event held at Maurice Sendak.
Other schools, including preschools, middle schools, and elementary schools that partake in the Drag Queen Story Hour in New York City, according to the event’s website, include,
PS 3, The Charette School
PS 63, Star Academy
PS 118, The Maurice Sendak Community School
PS 295, The Studio School of Art and Culture (afterschool event)
PS 363, The Neighborhood School
PS 34, Franklin D. Roosevelt Elementary School
Berkeley Carroll School
Brooklyn Friends School
International School of Brooklyn
KIPPS Washington Heights Elementary School
Saint Ann’s School
Poly Prep Lower School (afterschool event)
Middle and High Schools
Brooklyn Collaborative Middle School
High School of Fashion Industries
Metropolitan Expediationary Learning School
NYC Department of Education’s GSA Summit at Stuyvesant High School
MS88, Peter Rouget School
Bronx School for Law, Gov’t, and Justice
P186X Walter J. Damrosch School
Cooke Grammar School
Cooke School and Institute
Day One RAPP program at High School for Environmental Studies
Riverdale Country School
Camp Alamander at the Brooklyn Free School
Congregation Beth Elohim Preschool
Downing Street Preschool
Henry Street Settlement Preschool
Maple Street Preschool
The Wonder School, Brooklyn