I swear to
God Stonehenge, this is getting ridiculous:
For the second day in a row, a Hanover Central High School freshman came to school with pagan symbols sketched on her face and was sent home by school officials.
Hanover Superintendent Michael Livovich said the symbols on the girl's face are disruptive to the educational process, and she will be sent home each day if she refuses to wash them off.
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Holeman's father, Andy Pecenka, said he and his wife, Sharene, will talk to a lawyer regarding their daughter's rights. He said she has been a practicing pagan for three or four years and being sent home compromises her religious freedoms.
If I were running a school today, I think I'd consider it grounds for expulsion if a parent even mentioned "student rights." Oh, and the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids that this family belongs to has been a pioneer in "distance-learning education in Druidry." Ought to let the girl go home and avail herself of some of it.