Religion - Teaching of Religion in the District
Since the contribution of religious to civilization is one of the crucial keys to understanding human history and development, study of religious history and traditions should be part of the school curriculum and can play a vital role in enhancing an understanding among people of different religious backgrounds and beliefs. Such study should give neither preferential nor derogatory treatment to any single religion or to religion in general, and should not be introduced or utilized for devotional purposes. Furthermore, no religious belief or non-belief should be promoted by the District or its employees and none shall be disparaged. The District shall encourage all students and staff members to appreciate and respect such other's religious views and practices.
See Board Policy 621 - Teaching of Religion in the District.