Students are not required to use instructional materials that offend them or their parents. If a parent objects to instructional materials, a request for an alternative assignment should be completed and returned to the teacher. The parent should also specify if he or she does not desire the child to be in the classroom during discussion of the regular assignment.
Efforts are made to keep parents informed of the instructional materials that are used. For example, middle and high schools provide students and parents with lists of books to be studied in depth. For further information, refer to policy IFA in the school system Policy Manual.