Former Lakota campaign partners now split, battle in social media

Lakota officials, however, have maintained their sex education programs follow the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) guidelines and that the district does not instruct students in CRT, but rather in social and emotional learning (SEL) as called for by the ODE.

But last week’s event now appears to have created rift between Adi and Boddy.

“I am appalled by what is happening,” wrote Adi in his social media post on April 28 in reference to Boddy’s actions and her social media posts.

“I did not know that Facebook is where I needed to be doing my job as a school board member. I thought we needed experience and to behave with professionalism. Little did I know I was supposed to be policing the administration on Facebook or passing on false accusations without evidence just to satisfy my base,” he wrote.

“I thought I was supposed to work with all stakeholders to make the school district better. Now I realize I am supposed to be stirring the waters, disruptive and disrespectful. I did not know that I should say things that are not yet proven and/or without basis about the Lakota School District,” Adi said in reference to the occasions January where Boddy has publicly accused some Lakota district administrators, including Superintendent Matt Miller, of not trustworthy being.

“I have had enough, and it is time to speak out. I know what I was going into, and knew the battle would be hard, but I did not know that the people that should know better will endorse such behavior,” he said.

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Asked by the JournalNews to respond to Adi’s posting, Boddy wrote: “What is taking place in schools across the country regarding sexual materials available to students, pedo- philic abuse- in my opinion — when philic grooming/child.”

“The materials accessible in the particular links I posted have been distributed in Ohio schools — barring the one that was temporarily posted as the result of a typo, that interestingly bears the same name as the one that has been distributed to schools in Ohio.

“I don’t know if they are in the Lakota schools. I have never said that they were. They are, however, part of my list of things to look for at Lakota,” said Boddy.

In another statement she criticized Adi for not backing some of her proposed board resolutions.

Adi, she said, “opposed my motion on COVID without responding to a single word in my resolution (and also) “supported a motion to restrict my ability to look into and examine what is being taught to our children in the classrooms.”

“I could go on all day Isaac but I won’t. I’m done with this topic.”

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