The US constitution says that there is to be no state establishment of religion.<quoted text>
The atheists mentioned in this story are trying to force their beliefs on everyone else in this school, so it's exactly my point that people shouldn't be forcing their beliefs on everyone else. All I advocate is sticking with the original format the founding fathers established, which includes religion. It's amazing that because two people are offended that hundreds or thousands are expected to give something up that has been in place for hundreds of years.
If the school recives goverment funding, than the school must abide by that. If they feel that strongly, let them refuse goverment money, and have the community pay for the cost of the school. Then they can put whatever they want in their statement.