Aftermath of a Public School Grinch

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By Rod Anderson , CP Cartoonist
January 8, 2014|9:25 am
A Public School Grinch

 Parents are threatening legal action against a Southern California school district after their six-year-old son was told he could not pass out candy canes with religious messages taped to them because "Jesus is not allowed in school."

Isaiah Martinez, a six-year-old student at Merced Elementary School in West Covina, Calif., arrived to school on Dec. 13, planning to pass out candy canes with religious messages to his fellow students in celebration of the upcoming Christmas season. After the boy's teacher consulted with the school principal, he reportedly told the student that he could not pass out the religious messages because "Jesus is not allowed in school." The boy was still allowed to pass out the candy canes, but the teacher reportedly threw the religious-themed messages in the trash.

Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/teacher-throws-away-6-year-olds-christmas-gift-tells-him-jesus-is-not-allowed-in-school-112165/

 

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