Symbols removed from Nevada school (January 11, 2017)

Religious artwork hanging on the office wall of Bob Miller Middle School in Henderson, Nev., has been taken down after FFRF took action on a complaint.

The organization received a report that a cross and a reference to Jesus were being displayed on the BMMS Dean of Students’ office wall. FFRF’s Patrick O’Reiley Legal Fellow Madeline Ziegler wrote to School District General Counsel Carlos McDade on Dec. 22, 2016, asking that the Christian iconography be taken down.

McDade responded in a letter to FFRF on Jan. 11 writing that the employee had removed the displays of religious symbolism.

Freedom From Religion Foundation