JUNCTION CITY, Kan. — A Kansas school district has decided to give representatives of Gideon International the boot after receiving a complaint from a prominent humanist organization.
An attorney for Geary County Schools USD 475 in Junction City sent a letter to the American Humanist Association (AHA) on Friday to provide “assurance” that the district would no longer permit the Gideons to conduct the distribution at schools.
AHA had written to Superintendent Corbin Witt and Seitz Elementary School Principal Jodi Testa on Tuesday to explain that a parent of a fourth grader at the school had contacted the organization to complain about the Bibles being made available to students on Nov. 4.
Written by Heather Clark
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