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Montana Parents: Christmas Songs Performed at School Concert are a ‘Form of Bullying’

David1334 Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 7:34 AM
For any student who chooses to be excused, it is their right to be ostracized by the majority? I'm sorry, but as a conservative I'm in agreement with the parents here. If students bring religion in on their own it's a good and wonderful thing, but schools need to focus on teaching reading, math, science, and citizenship.
kitekrazy Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:37 AM
" If students bring religion in on their own it's a good and wonderful thing," Really? Do you think Muslims really believe in "Peace on Earth, Goodwill Towards Men" when it com es to Jews? Show me how that is a good thing.

Sorry but you show a lot of ignorance in your complete statement to be a conservative. What about the arts in public schools?
everyonesfacts4usall Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 7:57 AM
David, I assume (without knowing) that it is a Christmas concert performed byt the chorus. Most choruses learn appropriate songs. In this case, Christian songs are part of a Christmas repertoire. I hope we could all agree that some of the Christian songs are better musically than the secular songs listed.

Parents in the Missoula County, Montana school district have taken bullying accusations to a whole new level. They’re claiming Christmas songs that refer to “our Lord” are “unfair, unconstitutional and [are] a form of bullying,” according to the Billings Gazette.

The parents say there are all sorts of faiths represented in the community and children singing the songs at a recent school concert “were uncomfortable.”

The school district responded by saying, “During the holidays we, as a school district, are very cognizant regarding our district policy pertaining to the holidays and the importance of separation of church and state,” Superintendent Alex...