NORFOLK, Neb. -- The Norfolk Public School Board discussed parental involvement when it comes to school curriculum.

On Monday, the board brought forward various scenarios as to where parents could potentially get involved with their child's education.

This comes after a bill from the Nebraska State Legislature that suggested more transparency from public schools about curriculum surrounding certain topics.

"We allow parents to make those decisions based on their personal viewpoints and their beliefs," said Jami Jo Thompson, Norfolk Public Schools superintendent. "If there's a controversial topic, then yes we want them to have the ability to make those decisions for their children."

The board said that this is an annual report that they are required to make to the public.

There was no push-back from the community, but if a parent wanted to get involved in censoring certain information, other options would be available.