by Ocala Star Banner
Some Levy County residents must be galled that an out-of-state group is telling them what they can and can’t do in their schools.
But the county’s public school officials put the community in this position if they allowed school time and resources to be used to promote Christianity.
The Madison, Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation made charges along those lines in a letter this month to the Levy County School Board.
The list of accusations include some that seem to violate the constitutional separation between church and state, such as the district making Good Friday a school holiday, allowing Christian displays in classrooms and letting a prayer event take place during school hours.
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