Fox News - Controversy is embroiling a California town over allegations that elementary school teachers have been told they cannot display poinsettias or Santa Claus in their classroom over fears that it might offend people.
“District office would like to remind everyone when displaying holiday decorations in and around school to be mindful no association to any religious affiliation i.e. Santa, poinsettias, Christmas trees, etc,” read a document obtained by News 10 in Sacramento that was reportedly sent to teachers at Claudia Landeen Elementary School in Stockton, CA.
The same document said holiday decorations like snowmen and snowflakes were appropriate for grade school classrooms.
Tom Uslan, the superintendent of the Lincoln Unified School District, told News 10 “there is a myriad of religious affiliations (in the community). . . we don’t want a pervasive theme of a class to be representing one religious affiliation.” - Keep reading...
Blog author's comments - More political correctness by liberals. Since when did America allow immigrants to come in and rearrange things?
It's difficult to believe that the children are the ones offended by the decorations or a plant. I would not look for this type of thinking to end anytime soon.