The Armed Forces Recruiter brought lots of "goodies" this time.
Brochures, stickers, lanyards, all paid for with our tax dollars.
Two young women came in and wanted a free lanyard/keychain.
The recruiter told them they would have to fill out a survey to get a "free" lanyard.
They willingly filled out the surveys, which likely gave the recruiter quite a bit of information.
This is the exact scenario that I have warned the administration and school board that is going to get them sued.
I think that if a parent signs the opt-out form that prohibit the district from giving their child's contact information to the military recruiters that the district should not allow a recruiter to supersede the parent's signed document against just such information getting to the recruiter.
That is the way I see it.
The administration and the school board apparently do not.
I am not an attorney - but would not mind if someone with a law degree weighed in on this....