I am all for separation of church and state. I am vehemently against school employees leading prayers or speaking in favor or against religion. But I am not going to get worked up over this. This was a student saying the prayer of his own volition. This was the valedictorian and he likely worked his ass off to earn that title, and thus the right to speak. Sure, he broke the rules by going off script. But I don’t think it is that big of a deal. Had the valedictorian been an atheist and decided to beseech his classmates that they don’t need a god to live a good life I would be fine with that as well. Had the principal or some other official done it I would be a different story.
Just because someone is a good student DOES NOT mean they can break the rules.
you say a person isnt secure in thier person in school, then you say "are you telling me if a person commits a crime they cant be searched" LMAO
while those are two entirely different things and "SCHOOL" has nothing to do with them
so those are not "straight forward questions"