The Moss Point School District’s superintendent and communications director were singled out in a letter from the Freedom From Religion Foundation for allegedly participating in what was described as a “religious event” on Jan. 16 at Magnolia Middle School.
The Moss Point School District’s superintendent and communications director were singled out in a letter from the Freedom From Religion Foundation for allegedly participating in what was described as a “religious event” on Jan. 16 at Magnolia Middle School. Sun Herald File
The Moss Point School District’s superintendent and communications director were singled out in a letter from the Freedom From Religion Foundation for allegedly participating in what was described as a “religious event” on Jan. 16 at Magnolia Middle School. Sun Herald File

Group chastises Moss Point school for ‘religious event’

June 26, 2017 4:47 PM

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