Claudia Landeen School
STOCKTON, CA - Teachers at a Stockton school have been told they can't display Santas, Christmas trees and even Poinsettia plants this holiday because of religious concerns.
The holiday ban is happening at Claudia Landeen School, a K through 8 school in the Lincoln Unified School District.
Superintendent Tom Uslan said, from a conference in San Diego, because there are a "myriad of religious affiliations (at the school) we don't want a pervasive theme of a class to represent one religious affiliation."
Uslan also said there have been no complaints at the school. The ban is taking place as a proactive step.
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The bulletin message to teachers went on to say that teachers can decorate with snowflakes and snowmen. That, according to the written message, is "safe."
By Tim Daly, email@example.com
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