A teacher twice prevented a child from giving candy-canes out with a note attached as to the history of candy-canes during a Christmas party. Of all the times to learn about the Christian history of something, I would think Christmas would be the most germane time! I remember hearing about this almost 10 years ago (I live in Plano and it was all over the news back then) and now I come to find out that it is still in the courts system! It reminds me of a little girl who had a pencil taken away from her in Plano because it said "Jesus" on it. I mean, how far is this going to go? The newest argument that the secularists are capitalizing on is "students don't have First Amendment Rights protections." I would think that the in this case the government is infringing on the rights of the student who wishes to pass out a note proclaiming the truth. Christmas is not secular. Read about the case here: http://www.afterschooling.org/headl...-case-doesn’t-apply-to-after-school-programs/ What do yall think? Should this second appeal be denied or should it be okay for kids to pass out religious notes during school?