A breach over the blocking of LGBTQ + websites on the Katy Independent School District server continued to divide the district on Monday evening.
After the district removed five books from high school libraries and discovered that the district was blocking students from accessing multiple LGBTQ + websites, parents and students at Monday’s board meeting stepped on the podium to support or oppose the action.
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