Health and school officials said this week that middle and high school students in Carroll County were participating in sex games that sometimes involved up to 30 people.
Cindy Marucci-Bosley, manager of the Carroll County Family Planning Clinic, said she got wind of the parties from girls who requested emergency contraception.
"There are days when seven or so teens come for emergency contraception, and all come from the same high school or middle school," Marucci-Bosley said. "There's a huge number of 16- and 17-year-olds who say they've had 30 or 40 partners."
Carroll County Schools Superintendent Charles Ecker said he was shocked by the news of the parties and would continue to recommend expanding middle school health classes to include lessons about birth control and sexually transmitted diseases.
The school board has mandated that the middle school curriculum include only abstinence education.
Come now. Everyone in their right mind knows that when you only employ people who embrace no moral absolutes - all mandates, recommendations, common sense, natural law and interest in protecting the welfare of children are thrown into the trash.
One doesn't place a Walter Cuenin, et al, into an educational facility or parish without knowing what they is teaching does one?