Georgia School Board Reinstates Prayer at Football Games

This is one of those stories I’m always pleased to write. It’s good to see God and good prevail in this world.

A Georgia county’s board of education says it has found a legal way to allow prayer before high school football games following complaints from an atheist organization.

Under the old policy, football games at Lowndes High School in Valdosta, Ga., began with student-led prayer. That changed last week, when the high school omitted the prayer due to a complaint from the Freedom From Religion Foundation, which wrote in a letter that the district “must take immediate action to end the practice of scheduling prayer at school-sponsored events and end the use of district equipment to project prayers to the public.” 

Under the new policy, football games will begin with a student presenting whatever he or she desires, from a song to a poem to a prayer, WCTV-TV reported.

The Lowndes County Schools Board of Education adopted the policy on its first reading Monday night in a crowded meeting. Parents and boosters cheered as the new policy was passed, WCTV reported. 

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Javier Moretti
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Javier Moretti

Your god is a fantasy and the school board is flaunting the Supreme Court’s ruling, which already declared that student-led prayer is unconstitutional. PERIOD!

Dannyboy53
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Dannyboy53

If our GOD is a fantasy, why is your nosey-butt all up in here commenting about Him? Shut up and move on!

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