According to Fox 4 News, Don Armstrong offered a resolution to require at least ten minutes of discussion and teaching on 9-11 on the anniversary of the event every year. He said in an interview:
"It's important for these students more than anything. These students have a right to know what's going on on the anniversary of 9/11," Armstrong said.
And his motion is getting national attention: he's been asked to speak on Fox and Friends in the next week.
"I'm honored to bring something like this forward at the school board meeting, to get it passed, to hit national, to honor our veterans, our police, our firefighters," Armstrong told Four in Your Corner's Lisa Greenberg.
The resolution passed unanimously. Kudos to Mr. Armstrong and the board.