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"We're in the country, we're small town, we like it that way," said parent Kadra Gilliland.
But something at the elementary school last week has folks in this quiet town making noise.
"What gives this woman the right to come down here and go above our authority, is the way I look at it," said parent Curt Pannkuk.
"I was one pissed off cowboy," said parent James Gilliland.
These parents are upset about a sex education class for the fifth graders last week.
"She learned oral sex and anal sex, things 10- and 11-year-olds do not need to know," said Kadra.
When the school's principal, who was teaching the course, was asked what oral and anal sex were, she told the students.
James Gilliland couldn't believe it.
"It's basically the same as raping a kids mind and taking their innocence," he said.
"I think the principal handled it appropriately at the time; she only gave factual information, no demonstrations," said Onalaska Superintendent Scott Fenter.
Fenter says state law requires fifth graders to learn about sexually transmitted diseases.