Mr. Dacus said the school may have violated notification laws that require parents not only be given a heads-up of the sex ed course, but also a chance to sign off on surveys to their children, Fox News reported.
"[Parents] are very concerned," said Brad Dacus, the president of the Pacific Justice Institute, a nonprofit legal organization that's working with the parents on a legal argument to the school class, Fox News reported. "Planned Parenthood is not exactly the best when it comes to putting young people first. They get more grants from the promiscuity of children. The material they have provided was material that mirrored their agenda."