Skip to comments.North Penn School District clarifies 'no Halloween' notice (Halloween too religious)
Posted on 10/09/2013 3:44:36 PM PDT by Dallas59
TOWAMENCIN TWP., Pa. - October 9, 2013 (WPVI) -- A decision to cancel some Halloween celebrations at an elementary school in Montgomery County is stirring controversy among some parents.
Parents received a letter Tuesday from the principal at Inglewood Elementary School.
The school is located in Towamencin Township, near Lansdale, and is part of the North Penn School District.
The letter, obtained by Action News and signed by the school's principal, Orlando Taylor, announced Taylor's decision not to hold Halloween parades or celebrations at the school this year.
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Of course it is.
If witches don’t fight, they burn...
That is gonna become a great new excuse they have anytime they want to prevent someone from having any fun. it is a matter of time before movements start for football being outlawed because it has too many Christian connections and is too spiritual. If the leftist statists had their way, football would be outlawed in Texas and all the Southern and Midwestern states on these grounds, and probably wrestling too.
Pagans like it. Satanists love it. Just wonder what the real motivation is since its been celebrated in schools forever. Doesn’t meet CORE standards?
Hold your kids out of school that day...based on religious reasons. Certainly don’t want church and school to cross. Did I say cross? I meant meet!
One would like to read that they decided, given their pathetic test scores, to use the time for academic instruction.
I’m sure there is no problem with eid. Or kwanzaa.
The American Dental Association apparently wants Hallowe’en four times a year.
Come on! You guys can come up with better BS than that.
Muslims refer to it as a “Christian” holiday. Same with Valentine’s Day. It’s a problem in our schools here
Funny, it was dropped here at the demand of parents who believe it is too anti-Christian.
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