On Sunday night, a baccalaureate service was held for students at Danville High School in Kentucky.
For those unfamiliar with the ritual, these events are a religious alternative (or addition) to secular graduation ceremonies. They’re completely optional for students and as long as the administrators/teachers aren’t involved in the planning or promotion of it, there should be no legal problems.
Indeed, this event seemed to go over just fine with everybody involved.
Except for a couple of parents who were offended that a Muslim student was allowed to speak at the event…