(Fox News Radio) A Wisconsin school district has ordered a joint public-private school football team to change its logo – in the middle of the season — after a lone parent said the inclusion of a bishop's hat and cross was a violation of the U.S. Constitution.
Martin Lexmond, superintendent of the Shorewood School District, told Fox News that he made the decision to remove the logos after consulting with the school board.
"It just didn't occur to anybody that there might be questions about it," he said. "A parent last week raised the question asking if this was a violation of separation of church and state."
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