School-prayer controversy in one Missouri town…school leaders say, ‘let the kids pray’
The issue is a prayer meeting kids hold as members of the Fellowship of Christian students. A group known as the American Humanist Association filed a legal challenge — claiming the prayer sessions are unconstitutional.
But Fayette Superintendent Tamara Kimball is not backing down. She says the prayer sessions are held before classes start — and it’s voluntary and perfectly legal. The issue likely to end-up in court.