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An elementary school principal in Nebraska has been placed on administrative leave after telling teachers not to celebrate Christmas in the classroom.
Principal Jennifer Sinclair wrote an internal memo sent to all teachers that she signed as “The (Unintentional) Grinch who stole Christmas (from Manchester).” The memo listed an array of Christmas-related activities and items that she said are not permitted at Manchester Elementary School this holiday season.
The article goes on to state the following:
The “not acceptable” practices include any image of Santa or Christmas items on homework or assignments, Christmas trees in the classrooms, Christmas music, ornaments, and a number of other common items for the Christmas season, according to CNN.
— The Hill (@thehill) December 10, 2018
Manchester Elementary School Principal Jennifer Sinclair must be a Zealot in the way she banned Christmas, The Grinch would have scolded her big time!
Principal bans red, green and everything Christmas before Liberty Counsel steps in to put her in check https://t.co/1zu5Dpnx2c
— James Elliott (@saorwngtsn) December 6, 2018
Principal Jennifer Sinclair was placed on administrative leave this morning. https://t.co/MOdN0JkwtY
— NewsRadio 1110 KFAB (@kfabnews) December 6, 2018
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