Loudoun school parents 'livid and sickened' after being kept in dark about sex life survey

Some parents in Loudoun County, Virginia, are outraged after school officials failed to notify them ahead of time about a survey administered to their kids that asked questions about their sex lives and gender identities.

The Virginia Department of Health (VDOH), which developed the Virginia Youth Survey, states that written notification must be given to parents by the school division at least 30 days before administration, and that parents have the right to review the survey and opt-out.

But Loudoun Valley High School in Purcellville mistakenly administered the survey without first notifying parents, Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) told Fox News in a statement. 

The survey, which is voluntary, was given to at least 180 students at the high school and approximately 90 students completed it, the school said in a email to parents, which LCPS provided to Fox News. 
 
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