FL Teacher Hosting “Gay Prom” at Local Church, District Says Event Not Approved by School

April 22, 2022 Updated 2:41 PM ET

"Night of Noise" gay prom poster at Barron Collier High School in Naples, FL

April 21, 2022 Updated 3:57 P.M. ET

NAPLES (FLV) – A teacher at Barron Collier High School, a public high school in Naples, Florida, was going to host a “gay prom” for students.

The event is titled “Night of Noise gay prom” and was posted on a flyer on the high school’s walls.

“9-12th grade students in Collier and Lee Counties are invited to attend Night of Noise, a formal dance to celebrate and affirm our unique identities and personalities,” the sign-up form said.

“Please feel empowered to bring guests and to wear whatever outfit makes you feel confident.”

The event description on the poster flyer and Google Form did not specify the organizer’s name, affiliation, whether parental consent was needed, or whether there will be parental or faculty chaperones.

Students from both Lee and Collier County Schools are invited to “dance the night away with your friends and allies!” on April 30. It was planned to take place at the Naples United Church of Christ.

Students told FLV that the teacher responsible for the event is the same one that was exposed for teaching students that they are “genderbread” people.

After reaching out to Collier County Schools for comment, FLV learned that an investigation has been opened and the poster promoting the event was taken down.

“The poster was placed without approval of the school administration, and it was promptly removed,” the district said.

They noted that the event being advertised was “neither organized nor endorsed by Barron Collier High or Collier County Public Schools.”

FLV reached out to the church where the event was supposed to be held and did not receive a response.

The investigation is ongoing and it is unclear whether disciplinary action will be taken on the organizer.

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