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Once each year, the world turns its eyes to Williamsport and South Williamsport PA, as young athletes from around the globe compete in the Little League World Series.
This year has garnered particular attention for the wunderkind pitcher Mo’ne Davis, whose story has united people across any manner of gender or racial lines, through the talent and grace of a single young woman.
Less publicly and widely known, however, was that over this summer, the administration of the South Williamsport Area School District and the town’s Junior/Senior High School had been working against the very spirit of inclusion and diversity that is in abundant evidence on the town’s ball fields.
(My previous reports were posted on July 2 and July 15.) It was first reported by the local television station WNEP on July 1 that the school principal had canceled plans for a production of the musical , slated for the 2014-15 school year.
The reason cited, according to drama director Dawn Burch, was the musical’s gay content, which includes a same sex wedding.
In brief, the materials make clear that Burch was telling the truth about Smith’s statements, namely that “homosexual themes” were the reason the show was being rejected, and that despite Stamm’s assertions as the story went public, it would seem Burch had very likely gone through the proper channels in seeking approval for the show or at the very least honestly and openly believed that approval had been given.
Regarding the assertion that Principal Smith had cited gay content as a cause for canceling the show, I quote first from an e-mail Smith sent to Burch on June 27, 2014 at am.
The first three paragraphs are redacted and only the following can be read: “Finally, you told me late in the school year that you were looking to perform Spamalot for your spring 2015 musical.
I have some concerns such as a guy sending another guy a message on girl’s underwear and a gay wedding to be performed.
If you are still planning to perform this then we will need to talk.” A cover letter to the materials provided to me by the school’s Open Records Officer – Dr.
Stamm – states that six e-mails between Stamm, Smith and/or Burch on the dates June 27 through June 30 were withheld because they contained some combination of a) performance evaluation, b) written criticism of an employee and/or c) identifies child then aged 17 years or less.