While these voices stand in solidarity, there were a few parents who approached us supporting Roncalli’s stance on the guidance counselor. They fear going on camera & being called homophobic. @rtv6pic.twitter.com/B94QsrH3BO
“She’s a good person,” said parent Angela Rooney. “She’s done a great job for the last 15 years, to me no real reason why she can’t continue to do her job.”
A few parents also approached reporters outside the school saying they supported Roncalli’s decision, but those parents said they did not want to go on camera because they were afraid of being called names.
The school will continue the parent meetings over the next few days.