A Mo. Superintendent Decided To Preach During Graduation, And Students Are Letting Him Know It Was Inappropriate

Rokia Hassanein

Some Missouri public high school students are asking for an apology after their superintendent sermonized during their graduation ceremony on Saturday. 

Willard High School seniors stated that Superintendent Kent Medlin’s comments, which included prayers, were inappropriate and exclusive to Christians. (They’re also unconstitutional since the U.S. Supreme Court deemed it a violation of the First Amendment for public school officials to pray at school-sponsored events like graduation.)

Willard High School Graduation, Public School Prayer, Student Activism