By Claudia Szurkowski
December 17, 2021 Updated 8:16 A.M. ET
NAPLES (FCV) – Tuesday, December 14, 2021, Brendon Leslie and his co-hosts hosted another fantastic Patriot Talk Show. This show’s host was Brendon Leslie and was co-hosted by Alfie Oakes. Our special guest was Collier County School Board Candidate Kelly Lichter.
To open the show, Alfie introduced our guest and opened up the floor for her to share her goals for the Collier County School System. Kelly Lichter is the founder and president of Mason Classical Academy which opened in 2014. Mason Classical Academy is now the top performing school in Collier County and eighth in the state.
Kelly continued to share her point of view on the corruption seen in school boards against her and others that try to improve the system.
Brendon went on to ask Kelly her thoughts about the “genderbread man” that we discussed on the show a few weeks ago. Lichter believed that the teacher promoting this criteria did not receive the proper punishment. Lichter further informed us of an upcoming situation that is being brought into schools regarding the education of the LGBTQ and the negative consequences of it.
Lichter spoke about her passion of setting a solid curriculum within public schools to ensure that the fundamentals are taught to students. To quote Kelly, “…Core Knowledge teaches history, geography, literature, science. It will transform the lives of our students here not just locally but if we could do this across the country it would change the nation and we wouldn’t see what the left is doing to indoctrinate our children.”
We then took some questions from the audience targeted for Kelly and the crew.
Thank you to everyone who tuned in to this week’s podcast! Join Brendon Leslie and his co-hosts for the next podcast at Seed to Table and live streaming every Tuesday at 7PM. We hope to see YOU there!
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