Attorney Michael Hester has been banned from parent-teacher conferences at Popp’s Ferry Elementary School in Biloxi concerning the seven-year-old twins he is helping raise. He wonders if the Biloxi School District is going to require parents to submit marriage certificates to enforce this dictate where other families are concerned.
Attorney Michael Hester has been banned from parent-teacher conferences at Popp’s Ferry Elementary School in Biloxi concerning the seven-year-old twins he is helping raise. He wonders if the Biloxi School District is going to require parents to submit marriage certificates to enforce this dictate where other families are concerned. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com
Attorney Michael Hester has been banned from parent-teacher conferences at Popp’s Ferry Elementary School in Biloxi concerning the seven-year-old twins he is helping raise. He wonders if the Biloxi School District is going to require parents to submit marriage certificates to enforce this dictate where other families are concerned. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com

Her twins call him Dad, but he’s no longer welcome at their parent-teacher conferences

September 19, 2017 5:00 AM

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