That's a new one. To each his or her own. I would rather people believe in something than nothing. At least that's a step toward believing in the One God who actually created us, bodies unmodified and all.
A public school apparently doesn't see things that way. The ACLU runs to the rescue of course. Because we always expect the ACLU to bail out religious folks when their religious expression in schools is being compromised. Just wondering, but has the ACLU jumped on board to help Christians when their crosses, crucifixes, and other statements of faith have been forbidden in public schools? Not saying they haven't, just curious if anyone remembers a case or two where that happened.