Dear Officer for Public Records:
This request is made under the Texas Public Information Act, Chapter 552, Texas Government Code, which guarantees the public’s access to information in the custody of governmental agencies.
I respectfully request the following information between the dates April 22, 2015 and today’s date:
Day of Silence. Please provide all Day of Silence communication and documentation including but not limited to the approval process, execution, events, announcements, pledges, petitions, teacher instructions, parental notification, calendar postings, emails to/from/between District employees and Trustees, and promotional materials including but not limited to images of stickers, t-shirts, posters, flyers, cards, and bracelets. Please ensure that the execution description includes how the event was promoted, the goals of the event, the activities throughout the promotional period leading up to the day, during the day, and after the day. Please include all communications and documentation that contains any of the following words: gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, LGBT, sexual identity, sexual expression, or a form thereof.
The Freedom of Information Act provides that if portions of a document are exempt, the remainder must be segregated and released. Therefore, I would appreciate your sending me all nonexempt portions of those records I have requested.
If you decide to withhold or delete any information, please let me know of your decision by referencing specific exemptions under the Act. Under provisions of the Public Information Act, I reserve the right to appeal should you determine to withhold any information sought in my request.
Thank you for your cooperation. I look forward to receiving your reply within 10 business days, as provided by law.