These plaques had apparently been up for decades. One student complained, which was enough to have all the Ten Commandment signs removed from the classrooms. It's amazing what just one person can accomplish. Here is the link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/...s-oklahoma-muldrow_n_3279658.html?ir=Religion Now for a bit of personal observation: I've lived in this area for a few years now and from what I've personally observed, this area of Oklahoma has a LOT of Baptists. It is almost cult-like in that if you are not Baptist, you are likely to be viewed as evil, pond-sucking scum. I have to wonder if this child who complained reacted more to the Ten Commandments being in view or to the general attitude of hypocrisy and simply couldn't take it anymore. Will this child be ostracized now and have this constantly thrown in his face, or will he be accepted and shown Christian love and charity despite his having complained and insisted that the law be followed? Whether one believes that the law he used to have this enforced should exist or be tossed out along with every other law that tries to ban the truth from being told at every opportunity, it still is a law, right?