WESTFIELD, Ind. — REAL News Central Indiana has learned multiple Westfield High School student clubs are participating in an event that includes a drag show for kids this weekend. The clubs, which are student and teacher led, will be hosting booths at the first Westfield Pride event. The main attraction at the event is a drag show where kids are invited to attend.
REAL News Central Indiana reached out to Westfield High School’s Director of Clubs and Student Activities Sarah Gibbs and Assistant Principal Kurt Frederick for comment. They never responded to our several questions regarding approval for the clubs’ involvement, funding or rules and regulations.
Westfield pride is scheduled for September 30th at Asa Bales Park from 2:00pm-7:00pm. The drag show is scheduled to start at 6:00pm.
According to a flyer for Westfield Pride, there are three WHS clubs that will be participating in the event. Those clubs are Project Hope, Equity Club and Safe BAE.
Project Hope: According to the WHS website, this is a club designed to provide outreach to the homeless. It is led by high school Math teacher Anthony Peters.
Equity Club: According to the WHS website, this is an LGBTQ club designed to “create a safe space for marginalized students.”
Safe BAE: According to the WHS website, this is a club designed to provide education on sexual and dating violence in middle and high school.
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