San Luis Obispo High School journalism students put out a May edition of the student paper, Expressions, featuring LGBTQ issues. Special education teacher Michael Stack wrote a letter in response that has led to outrage on campus.
San Luis Obispo High School journalism students put out a May edition of the student paper, Expressions, featuring LGBTQ issues. Special education teacher Michael Stack wrote a letter in response that has led to outrage on campus. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
San Luis Obispo High School journalism students put out a May edition of the student paper, Expressions, featuring LGBTQ issues. Special education teacher Michael Stack wrote a letter in response that has led to outrage on campus. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

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