by Amanda Casanova
The decision comes after a complaint from two students, who are atheists. They filed a complaint with the American Humanist Association. Those students have not been named.
The AHA then contacted the school principal and superintendent through a six-page letter.
The letter said the phrase during the announcement was “inappropriate and unlawful” and the “daily validation of the religious views of God-believers resigns atheists to second class citizens."
"Such religious messages violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment and must therefore be stopped immediately,” the letter said...