Christmas in Connecticut feels a little less Christmas-y in one high school after a teacher told students they could not decorate the classroom door with Santa Claus or Christmas trees.“This is political correctness run amuck,” an outraged mom told me.Her child attends Fairfield Ludlowe High School. The entire school is involved in a door decorating contest. Students in her child’s class tossed out some ideas for a Christmas-themed door. One student suggested a Christmas tree and another student suggested a Santa Claus-inspired fireplace design. But both were rejected.“She [the teacher] said no reference to Christmas at all can be on the decorations on the door,” the parent said. “My son was in disbelief and asked, ‘why can’t we decorate for Christmas?’”That’s a great question. So I called Greg Hatzis, the headmaster at the public school. He cited off a district-wide religion policy that states: “It is the policy of the Board of Education that no religious belief or non-belief will be ...
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