Oregon school district removes ‘sexual fantasy’ assignment from curriculum after parental outrage

A mother of a student who isn’t in the class said that some kids subjected to the assignment were ‘mortified, awkward, and creeped out.’

public high school in Oregon has removed a “sexual fantasy” assignment from its curriculum and launched an investigation of the incident after parental backlash.

Churchill High School in Eugene, Oregon has received considerable attention over the past week after a health teacher tasked his teenage students with writing a sexualized short story.

Last week, a brief description of a class assignment titled “Fantasy Story” went viral on social media, sparking outrage from parents. The assignment was given by Kirk Miller, a physical education and health teacher as well as a football coach, for his Health 2 Human Sexuality course.

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