N.Morgan) A 10 year old girl wrote a paper about who she idolized and she wrote: “I look up to God,” she wrote. “I love him and Jesus, and Jesus is His earthly son. I also love Jesus.” God would “always be the #1 person I look up to.” This is religious tyranny and that commie teacher is infringing on this baby girl’s rights to love her Lord! This is getting insane! This is America! this is what this country was based upon! One of the main reasons the Founding Fathers fought to be free!
Thank you: Robert Buske
The Fax Number For This School Is : 901-873-8116
The Principals Name Is Ms. Detris Anderson…………..
The Assistant Principals Name Is Ms. Takashia Neal.
Fax Them And Give Them A Piece Of Your Mind.
Here’s her story: Remember this: liberal education policy maintains that Christians are evil. We must also remember that our system of miss education enforces that position every day. We see it this time in Tennessee where a school has told a little girl that she isn’t allowed to write about God. Todd Starnes of Fox News Radio reports this latest outrage against freedom OF religion in our schools where we find little 10-year-old Erin Shead who was attacked by her teachers for writing about god for an assignment about someone she idolized at Lucy Elementary School in Millington, Tennessee.
“I look up to God,” she wrote. “I love him and Jesus, and Jesus is His earthly son. I also love Jesus.” This innocent little girl’s love for God sent her school into paroxysms of religious suppression. God would “always be the #1 person I look up to,” the little tyke wrote.
Little Erin’s teacher scolded the girl for having the temerity to use the “G” word and told her she must choose someone else to write about. Then the teacher told the little girl that she had to remove the offensive “God” paper from the school apparently because it is illegal to say “God” in American schools.
The school has released a statement about this:
Shelby County Schools respects the moral and religious beliefs of all students and families. While teachers and staff are not permitted to promote religion in the classroom or the workplace, no laws or district policies allow teachers to limit students’ expression of personal religious beliefs. This was a regrettable misunderstanding, and we as educators can and must learn from it. The principal and teacher have had a positive and productive conversation with the family, and we are pleased this matter is being addressed at the school level. The district will not be discussing this matter further in the media.