Florida School Board Member Defends Kindergarten Field Trip To Popular Gay Bar

America’s public schools aren’t safe for kids. Starting from the CRT ending with transgenderism, kids have to learn adult topics at the taxpayers’ expense.

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Parents have taken their concerns to the school boards. The increase of concern brought more parents to the school board meetings, and the FBI started labeling them as a domestic terrorists.

Threats won’t keep the parents away from school board meetings. And if they did, after the event of the Florida School Board member did with a Kindergarten class, neither one parent should feel scared to appear at the board meeting. Sarah Leonardy took a kindergarten class from Wilton Manors Elementary to a gay bar for a field trip.

Then, she shared it on social media, commenting, “I was SO honored to be invited to chaperone Wilton Manor Elementary School’s field trip to the incredible Rosie’s!”

The images emphasize Wilton Manor Elementary school actively violating Gov. DeSantis’ maskless mandate.

Christina Pushaw commented on this issue, saying, “she takes little kids to a gay bar on a field trip forcing them to wear masks ‘to keep them safe.'”

In her statement, she mentioned that Leonardi did it on purpose to rile parents up for the next board meeting.

Rosie’s us an LGBTQ hangout, which shouldn’t be a discussion topic for children aged 5-16. Since when do they take children to bars on field trips?

They should take them to the zoo and a farm.

Once Leonardi’s post circulated, parents became furious.


I don’t know how one teacher can think that it is suitable to have liquor bottles in the background for kindergarteners on a field trip. The menu is disturbing for vulnerable young children.

The bar includes items like “The Big Girl Burgers, Rhoda Cowboy, Ivana Hooker, Hellena Bun, Young ranch hand, and Willy Cheesesteak.”

Rosie’s has a particular sauce called “Smack My Cheeks and Make ‘Em Rosy.”

Fox News reported:

Broward County Public Schools said in a statement, “Wilton Manors Elementary School offers a Unit of Inquiry called, “How we organize ourselves.” In the unit, students learn about neighborhood safety, community helpers, the importance of being a community member, what it takes for a community to be successful, different jobs in a community, and social skills when interacting with others.”

“They also visit a local restaurant, Rosie’s Bar and Grill, which is within walking distance from the school and opens early for the students. The bar and restaurant was not open to the general public while students were present inside. When the business opened, students transitioned to a separate, outside location to order and eat their meals. The students order their meals from a student-friendly paper menu that has three child-friendly choices (see attached student menu). They learn about the types of jobs involved in operating a restaurant, how to pay for their meal, and how to leave a tip for the service they receive. In addition, as part of the field trip, the Wilton Manors Police Department provides traffic assistance for the students so they can see and learn about the different ways police officers support the community.”

Leonardi didn’t even apologize.

She told Miami Herald that she stands behind her decision to take the kids to Rosie’s gay bar for the field trip.

John Zieba spoke to the Miami Herald that the children from the schools were coming to the restaurant on the field for ten years.

The Miami Herald reported:

“As a School Board member, I am committed to staying engaged with my community. I’m always proud to join classes for field trips and events, especially when our schools are connecting with the vibrant small businesses in my district,” she said Since making the post, Leonardi said she and her family and friends “have been attacked with bigoted comments and death threats.” “These attacks have no place in our society,” she said. “The threats have been referred to the appropriate authorities, and I will continue to work hard to engage with my community, spread positivity, and represent my district on the School Board.”

Wilton Manors principal Melissa Holtz did not immediately respond to questions and requests for comment on the field trip. One of the owners of Rosie’s Bar and Grill in Wilton Manors said he’s confused what all the fuss is about — especially since children from the school have been coming to the restaurant for field trips for about 10 years. “It’s a great experience for the kids to come in and learn how restaurants operate,” John Zieba said. He said the educational value is in the children not only learning math skills from the prices on the menu, but also to see what kitchen managers, chefs and servers do for a living. “Everything’s just been blown way out of proportion for ridiculous purposes,” Zieba said.

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