Our 6-8th graders are having a museum bus come to school later this month. It is a 45 foot bus that has a museum in it with exhibits on the First Amendment. I teach 7/8 grade. The 8th graders are just finishing up the Constitution so this museum fits in nicely. There is an exhibit that talks about freedom of speech/expressions and goes into gay rights. Basically it is a video of a school where students made t-shirts supporting gay rights and the desire for it to be protected by the school policy. A group of Christian students made t-shirts that stated how this was morally wrong and is again their God and their rights. In the end the school board adds homosexuality to the list of things protected against bullying and such. Since our school is Catholic, there is some thought of the students skipping this exhibit. Our school is rather "old school" and this could upset many teachers/principal. I think the 6th grade teacher is having her students skip it. What would you do? For reasons I can't explain, asking the principal is not an option. I am afraid I might be letting my own beliefs (which are very different than the Catholic Church) get in the way.