Wyoming High School Reverses Decision Not to Let Students Pray in Cafeteria

Students of faith are celebrating at one Wyoming high school.

Glendo High school students reached out to the Alliance Defending Freedom for help after not being allowed to pray before their meal in the school cafeteria.

Students said the school principal even accused the prayer circle of forcing religion on other students.

The school district sent this letter to ADF admitting their error and notifying the group that the students could resume praying.

ADF said: “The First Amendment protects the right to pray in a non-disruptive manner not just in private but in public, too. The district has done the right thing in lifting its unconstitutional ban.”

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Andrew Hess is the director of content at the White Horse Inn and editor of corechristianity.com. He formerly served as the editor of churchleaders.com. His writing has been featured on The Gospel Coalition and Focus on the Family. He lives in San Diego with his wife Jen and they recently welcomed their first child. Connect with Andrew on Twitter @AndrewWHess.