Last week, we learned about a lawsuit filed by the American Humanist Association against Fayette High School’s district in Missouri.
The problem was pretty clear: Gwen Pope, a math teacher at the school, led Christian devotional prayers in her classroom every Friday morning, prayers that were announced over the loudspeaker.
In addition to all that, Pope’s husband Michael would attend the meetings and Pope was quoted as telling her math students that “God will punish them if they are not good.”
The lawsuit’s lead plaintiff was a student at the school, G.H.: