That's right. The administration took a new policy - the Literacy Selection Process - and turned the policy against district taxpayers.
Like a child trying to prove a point after being reprimanded, the district creates a new reading list full of nonsense and non-selections. In fact, they once again choose one of the controversial books that caused this whole mess in the first place. Why? To prove something; to prove that they know best. The parents and community standards be damned.
What is the end goal for the book selections? Is it to challenge students, or is it to indoctrinate? Based on the rationale given, the goal of the selection process is indoctrination. The selection committee bases its decisions on its own curriculum; a curriculum based on social engineering, not achievement. See if you can find the selection rationale in the district's approved curriculum.
The end result? 37% of Olentangy graduates require remediation at state colleges and universities. Don't believe me? Read the reports put out by the Ohio Board of Regents.
Go ahead; complain to your board of education. They will sit dumbfounded, waiting for the superintendent to respond for them.  Your only hope is to contact the superintendent and ask why the slap in the face? Why the change in stance from last year?
What a waste of student potential! What a waste of tax dollars! What a shame!
Attend a board meeting and note where the superintendent sits. Not off to the side as a policy advisor, but right up front next to the board president.