Centennial Elementary School is making national news headlines again, this time for teaching kindergarten children to support BLM, rebuff the patriarchy and disrupt nuclear families, transgender affirming, and to embrace the collective village.

Erika Sanzi, outreach director for Parents Defending Education, describes the teacher’s instruction guide her group obtained as indoctrination that ”borders on abuse with students this young.”

From the Denver Gazette:

Among the listed principles was “globalism,” which the school described as “our ability to see how we are impacted or privileged within the global black family.” Also listed were “transgender affirming,” “Black families,” which was defined as “a space that is family friendly and free from patriarchal practices,” and “Black Villages,” which is “the disruption of western nuclear family dynamics and a return to the ‘collective village’ that takes care of each other.”

In other words, socialism.

Frequently asked questions in the guide insist that supporting the BLM is not political, and that the school’s goal is not to teach children what to think, just to expose them to “different perspectives and opinions so that they learn to value and respect diversity.”

These kids are five years old! Diversity to them means accepting the bugger eaters and crayon nibblers. 

So instructing them on how to manipulate pronouns, the tenets of socialism, and rejection of the nuclear family before they can even spell “cat,” is teaching them what to think, despite what the school claims.

Is this what Gov. Polis had in mind when he persuaded Coloradans to fork over hundreds of millions in tax dollars to subsidize “free” full-day kindergarten?

Centennial Elementary made headlines last month when they advertised segregated playground times for the kids.

We’d be interested to know what other Colorado schools are teaching this same kindergarten instruction. Parents should probably start asking.