"Returning the Bible and Wisdom principles to our public school
children under the 1st
Amendment." Blog: Faith,
Freedom & Public School
In the Hisways October
and again in November (here)
we advertised a new program by Dr. Eric Buechrer at Gateways to Better
Education. It is called Faith, Freedom and
Public School Education Workshop.
The Hisways newsletter suggested that we (parents and
take this new program to the local school board which we did on,
This page is a tracking news weblog page that monitors the
of Gateways' Workshop as we correspond with Dr. Grego and the
school board via email.
The results of this blog hopefully will
result in an annual Faith, Freedom and
Public School Education Workshop for
Pinellas County educators and a similar 1.5 hr. seminar for parents.
CURRENT reasons to have the 1st Amendment workshop
and avoid expensive law suits.
High School Athletics Association bans prayer | Examiner.com
January 27, 2016
In Tampa Florida, the Florida High School Athletics Association seems
to have established itself as the arbiter of free speech when it comes
to public prayer at games sanctioned by the high school sports
organization. ... The FHSAA officials who apparently have no problem
with the religious connotations of a Hail Mary pass have informed
administrators from ...
state senator authors bill to allow Bible as classroom subject
Monday, January 26, 2015
| Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)|
An Oklahoma state senator has introduced a bill that would protect
public schools from lawsuits when the Bible is taught as history.
Mustang Public Schools shelved the idea of teaching the Bible as
history after two atheist groups claimed that would be
unconstitutional. The class would be an elective and not mandatory.
Sen. Kyle Loveless says the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that's not
unconstitutional and his bill would protect public schools from
lawsuits. ... "The class on the Bible that deals with its historical
and literary effect on our nation and world is perfectly permitted
under the First Amendment," he claims, adding that it is not a
violation of church and state.
10/20/16, The School Board attorney is
not to thrilled about the program. We will try a different way or
try again at a later date.
Rejection email of the Faith, Freedom and
Public School Education Workshop from School Board
Attorney David Koperski speaking for Dr. Grego.
Email of the Faith, Freedom and
Public School Education Workshop to:
Superintendent Dr. Michael A.
Grego (email@example.com) Pinellas County School Board as a
follow up to em1 seeking the progress or status of the FFPS
Introductory email to: Superintendent Dr. Michael A.
Grego (firstname.lastname@example.org) Pinellas County School Board following
presentation to the SB on 11/17/15. There was no reply or
Gateways To Better Education home page with workshop