The evil evangelist saga isn't quite as resolved as I'd been led to believe. We went from "I'll be suggesting they consider other career paths" as a first response to "we've adjusted the curriculum and that solves the problem" 24 hours later. Meanwhile it turns out there are a number of other parents who have been unhappy with the program and the carers, though none have spoken out so far. So I'm now networking with parent groups and the local Jewish community center's community liason, who happens to be a partner in a law firm and very big on protecting little Jewish (and other non-Christian) kids from this kind of thing. Formal protests are being drafted. I don't believe these women are fit to care for small children, and I will do whatever I can to try to get them out of the school.
This is time consuming and emotionally draining.
Today was my last day of teaching as a lecturer, before I ascend to the exalted ranks of the tenure track.
Tonight we are having sympathetic friends over for dinner. Alcohol is on the menu.