The kids at Calabash Elementary School in Woodland Hills, California were supposed to have a day filled with educational materials about dairy farming –including a visit from a calf born at a local farm. Unfortunately, PETA managed to ruin that.
No one at the school, or the District knew that animal activists would give children a comic book containing graphic images inserted of cows with a sore; an infection; chained and covered with fecal matter. The pictures are inappropriate for elementary students.
“Principal Esther Gillis would never have authorized the distribution of those pictures or the message that milk is unhealthy. L.A. Unified is committed to providing a safe and respectful environment at our schools.
Here is a good rule of thumb: Don’t invite PETA to your school and certainly don’t let them hand out “educational” materials to the kids.