A Collin County charter school says it’s considering making changes after parents complained that their elementary-age students were taught age inappropriate topics; such as depression, divorce and identifying as transgender. Every year the 10th graders at Imagine International Academy of North Texas in McKinney spends months working on a “personal project”.

This year some chose projects about topics like the impact divorce has on elementary students, depression and being transgender. The high school students then presented their projects to the entire school; including to elementary students. The school’s administration officer Julia Brady said teachers reviewed all the projects ahead of time and deemed them all appropriate. READ MORE