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The year old former teacher came to the board with years of involvement in the Burbank chapter of National Charity League, the PTA and as a board member for the Burbank Vikings tackle-football and cheer program. After a brief introduction, the meeting leader, a PFLAG board member, will organize those attending into small groups.
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He has since worked with fellow parents and students to pass a resolution backed by both the California PTA and National PTA to promote an inclusive learning environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth, and to incorporate health standards into curriculum to address LGBTQ students.