Cathy Pultz

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PETITION for Common Sense Bathrooms

Please support a CHOICE for the bathrooms!  Sign the Petition. Petition for Choice 735 Signatures – Thank you! For Kids. For Inclusion. For Common Sense.

School Board Suing the City Again?

Is the School District planning to sue the City again over the Bathrooms? The City Building Dept. sent the School District a UA City Inspection Notice with the list of items to be corrected for all the new schools.  Each school must “Install signage to approved plans.”  The approved plans include Common Sense bathrooms where all …

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Superintendent Imhoff and the AASA

Check out our new Page on the menu above: AASA Superintendent Imhoff is the current President-Elect 2020-21 of The School Superintendents Association (AASA). There are articles and videos of Imhoff on their website, and these links are provided on the AASA page. Please watch Leader to Leader: Promoting Equity and Inclusion to see how Imhoff describes …

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CHOICE for Common Sense Restrooms

The UA School District decided to try and change the Ohio Building Code and install ONLY Gender Neutral Bathrooms in new and renovated schools. In the menu above, click on the Restrooms Information tab for all the details. As a group we advocate giving all of our children a CHOICE.  They should be able to choose a …

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Learn why the 5 Day Lawsuit still being pursued

The UAEC advocates for children to have the option to be in school 5 days a week. The District offers the Online Academy for those families needing their children to stay at home. Did you know the UA School Board’s main argument in the Case was that the Ohio Constitution does not create a fundamental …

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Welcome to Upper Arlington Education Coalition! We are new group created to help the Community connect with the Upper Arlington School District!  Our slogan “Advocating Educational Excellence” sums up the reason we started the group. We want to be informed about what is going on in the UA Schools, and we want to Advocate for …

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