A friend of mine, her son got his first Rosery. He wore it to school, under his shirt. A teacher sae it while he was playing on the playground. He didn't have it out, showing other kids.. I guess maybe he was hanging upside down on the monkey bars or something. He's in the third grade.
Anyhow, the teacher drug this kids to the offica and called his parents..
The boy was proud to wear his rosery. What does this teach him. Now?
The parents were told that no religious Anything, could be brought into this public school.
They can't even wear a small cross necklace.
I asked older kids, Jr high and they say its the same at their campus.
I understand, no preaching or bibles.. but..
My kids attend a private Catholic School - they can't wear skulls and other disturbing stuff. But that's okay, in pubilc schools.. I guess..
Answer by kbishop8688 at 12:44 AM on May. 11, 2011
If the rule is no religious paraphernalia of any kind then it's in the handbook. The parents shouldn't have let him bring it to school. The rule is the rule, period! That being said the teacher & admin could have handled it MUCH better!!
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