A federal court has struck down the policy of a public school in New York state that didn’t allow a fourth-grader to distribute religious flyers during non-instructional time. Three years ago, Michaela Bloodgood was a fourth-grader at Nate Perry Elementary School in Liverpool, New York. She asked permission to distribute, during non-instructional time, a flyer that she had written to her friends and classmates. The flyer shared how Christ had saved her and had also healed her parents’ marriage.
But school officials said Michaela could not hand out the flyers because people might think the school was endorsing a religious message. Click here to read the rest from OneNewsNow!