That isn't the case with a nearby elementary school that sent students to an outdoor camp that is owned by a religious organization. According to the short video at the link, the camp hosts over 4000 public school students each year. One parent complained:
I am essentially being forced to support a religious organization. While it does not teach Christian teachings, their mission is a Christian one and I really have no choice in the matter."I disagree. You could take that stick out of your butt and not be such a bigot--especially when you acknowledge that they're not proselytizing at all. While you're at it, go enjoy a sandwich at Chick-fil-A.
Camp officials also say they don't teach anything religious, adding that their curriculum (which appears to be environmental) is secular. When a small number of parents complained to the district, the district's legal counsel "thoroughly reviewed and vetted those concerns and found them to have no legal merit." And this is the Sac City school district, not known to be even the slightest bit conservative- or Christian-leaning.