The battle to protect elementary school children wages on. An attempt to create an after school program based around Satan received pushback from a Northern York County School District in Pennsylvania this week.
On Tuesday, the school district voted 8-1 to reject the “After School Satan Club.” The club was proposed by one parent, Samantha Groome, for Northern Elementary School in Dillsburg. Sadly, this is not just one delusional parent’s crazy idea.
The nationwide After School Satan Club program is actually run by the Satanic Temple at “select public schools” throughout the country. The group tries to follow where Good News Cubs, an after-school program based on the gospel of Jesus Christ, “also operate” reports The Washington Examiner.
Lucien Greaves, the co-founder of the Satanic Temple, says that although the club was rejected in Pennsylvania, he will be taking legal action if the club is denied the usage of a public facility. “It’ll have to move into litigation, costly litigation that the community is going to have to pay for” Greaves said about the school board’s vote.
The satanic club can be found in Ohio, Indiana, Utah and Illinois. According to the organization’s website, children in the club are provided with “activities and learning opportunities” under a self-directed education plan that supports “intellectual and creative interests of students.”
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