A Virginia school board is considering revising its policies on after-school clubs following conflict over a new “After School Satan Club.”
The Chesapeake Public School Board previously allowed the Satan club to meet on school property, stipulating it pay over $600 for security for each meeting, something the district’s policy allows, local media reports .
The likelihood of demonstrations is part of what makes securing the event so expensive, as Satan clubs are frequently protested . Last January, an Ohio superintendent was even reprimanded by the attorney general for discouraging parents from protesting the Satan club.
However, Chesapeake’s school board put a temporary hold on any non-sanctioned school clubs as it considers revisions to its policy. Among the proposed changes: Security costs must be paid by an organization in advance. The school district determines the number of officers needed for security. Promotional materials cannot include the school or facility name […]
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