Levy school board asked to look into violations of separation of church, state

Jun 16, 2015

by Erin Jester

The Freedom From Religion Foundation has asked the Levy County School Board to investigate several potential violations of the Constitutional establishment clause regarding church and state.

In a letter dated June 3, Freedom From Religion Foundation attorney Andrew Seidel listed seven violations, based on complaints from families within the school district, along with documentation of the violations and suggestions for how to remedy them.

“They have a lot of work to do,” Seidel said. “It does appear to be a pretty extensive and severe set of problems.”

Seidel said the foundation first received complaints against Levy County schools in mid-April, and after about a month of research, found seven issues that violate church-state separation:

Levy County School Board meetings begin with an invocation, or prayer, delivered by the superintendent or a school board member, which “generally invokes Jesus,” according to the letter.


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4 comments on “Levy school board asked to look into violations of separation of church, state

  • I wonder if the way to deal with these is some how to arrange a violation in favour of someone other than the Christians, to help them get the point how irritating it is to have some nutty religion crammed down your throat.



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    Trondesson says:

    No, it won’t. When it comes to Atheism, those nonsensical superstitious cults called “religions” stand together against a common enemy. It is the concept of religion that has to be fought, not just exchanging one for the other or trying to play them against each other. That won’t work because they are too stupid to see the contradictions but not stupid enough to overlook the threat.



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