Striving For Religious Freedom in Public Schools.

Our Religious Beliefs Must be Acknowledged, Respected & Protected. 

Our Mission

To reinstate parental rights to OPT-OUT from Montgomery County Public School (MCPS) instructional material that conflicts with students' religious beliefs as set forth in the First Amendment of the US Constitution and to counter any attempts to limit our right to religious freedom.

Actions you Can Take to Help us Protect Your Children.

We are a grassroots parent action committee working to form a coalition to make sure that our religious freedoms, as set forth in the first amendment of the US Constitution, are protected. We are striving to educate our children based on the teachings of our religion and are opposed to anyone infringing on these rights. We are looking for support in the form of volunteers and coalition members. More importantly we need people of conscience who are willing to take action to protect our freedoms. 


Completing MCPS Public Complaint Form 


Follow the instructions below to submit a formal complaint against MCPS policy for not allowing students to opt out out of lessons and instructional content that conflicts with their religious beliefs. Please take a few moments to print, fill out and *submit this form* to MCPS. It’s part of their official grievance process to voice an opinion on a policy or issue.

The text of your complaint can be as simple as:

“I as an (MCPS parent/advocate/community member/student/etc) am strongly opposed to MCPS’ recent decision to block parents and families from opting out children out of lessons and instructional content that conflicts with our religious beliefs.”

And remedy can be as simple as:

“To protect religious freedom and the rights of every child in your school system, I strongly urge MCPS to restore parents’ and families’ rights to opt out children out of books, lessons and instructional content that conflicts with sincerely held religious beliefs.”


Please check for your school Principal and copy.

Submit your complaint form via email 

to your child’s principal and the MCPS contacts below. Copy CAIR on your complaint email for their oversight


Dr. Peggy Pugh
MCPS Chief Academic Officer


Elizabeth Rogovoy
Executive Director, Office of the Deputy Superintendent



“We are responsible for protecting our families' rights to religious freedom and are our children's only voice in today's changing landscape!”

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