Parents were under the impression that South Dakota was a state that wanted to uphold and protect parental rights, especially when it comes to school choice, homeschooling, and parental involvement in the public school education their children receive.  This year is showing that it seems that the public school system is going to fight hard to stay relevant after the state saw a 94% jump in families who chose to homeschool in 2023.  Through the help of Moms For Liberty, Jennifer Beving and others, we will do our utmost to compile and share all information available concerning legislation and news to help parents get involved and stay up to date on the latest developments.

Moms For Liberty

Moms for Liberty welcomes all that have a desire to stand up for parental rights and are dedicated to fighting for the survival of America by unifying, educating and empowering parents to defend their parental rights at all levels of government.

Families For Alternative Instruction Rights

FAIRSD is dedicated to advancing, protecting and securing Alternative Instruction rights in South Dakota. Sign up for our email bulletins to stay on top of issues that might affect your rights. We rely on families like you to help us get the word out. It’s an easy way to be active in securing and maintaining our freedoms.

Homeschooling South Dakota Discussion Group

Follow and be a part of dicussions concerning homeschooling questions, legislation and policy.

Meade 46-1 School Board Meeting - Video

Moms For Liberty gave a presentation in Sturgis earlier in December, 2023.  DeeKenna Rhode spoke on the list of inappropriate books in the school libraries throughout the district and gave reasons why they should be removed.  This video recording is the only recording that exists.

Meade County List of Objectionable Books in Schools

Click here to read the extensive list of obectionable and inappropiate books that are in the school libraries in Meade County.


What We're Up Against

Dr. Kelly Glodt, superintendent of Pierre Public Schools, in a recent presentation to legislators, declared himself as having more responsibility than parents for determining the best education for their children. He is one of three superintendents who make up the Legislative Committee of the School Administrators of South Dakota (SASD). Homeschool parents will be facing hostile legislation in Pierre coming from bureaucrats who think they own the kids. 


Who do your kids belong to?