#WCPSS Staffer Warns Teachers: Don’t “Culturally Appropriate” for Thanksgiving Activities

This is what making $85,000 a year allows you to do in Wake County Public Schools:

Teachers! Repeat after me:
Mascareñaz is a professional Social Justice Warrior, not a teacher.
Teaching Tolerance is a leftist social justice indoctrination organization.
Southern Poverty Law Center is a hate group.

In April of this year, I warned parents with students in Wake County Public Schools about the hiring of  Lauryn Mascareñaz.  She had previously worked for the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “Teaching Tolerance” indoctrination group.

Wake County hired Mascareñaz for the Office of Equity Affairs. To date, I can see no purpose for or value of this office whatsoever.

It’s a mystery why Wake County taxpayers are ponying up over $507,000 a year for an ‘Equity Office’ staffed by only three people.  Mascareñaz is making $85,000.

By the way, the salaries of those three people at the ‘Office of Equity Affairs’ account for roughly $302,000 of that $507,000. That’s enough money to fund 10 classroom teachers at an average of $50,000.00 a year.

Meanwhile, teachers complain that Wake County does not give them the supplies they need, that their schools are in disrepair, that the trailers which were supposed to be temporary are falling apart and that they more money in their check.

And Wake County School Board is complaining they can’t live within a $1.2 billion dollar budget, that they can’t afford to follow the now 4 year old class size reduction mandate and that they need YET ANOTHER BOND just to keep the lights on.

But hey, our betters over at Equity Affairs are virtue signaling on Twitter about that teacher who might be having kids dress up as Pilgrims and Indians.

Spare us your finger-wagging, virtue signaling crap, Ms. Mascareñaz.
Why not go give Elizabeth ‘Fauxchahontas’ Warren a hard time instead and leave the teachers and kids alone?

UPDATE: Ms. Mascareñaz apparently likes the passive-aggressive route of the subtweet.  Fine. Here’s one for her.

I hope she has a lovely Thanksgiving.  And Mr. Woodcox too.

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About A.P. Dillon

A.P. Dillon is a reporter currently writing at The North State Journal. She resides in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Find her on Twitter: @APDillon_ Tips: APDillon@Protonmail.com
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