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Missouri superintendent suspended for praying at graduation


WILLARD, Mo. (AP) — An outgoing superintendent at a southwest Missouri school has been suspended with pay since shortly after he said a prayer at the high school's graduation.

The Willard School Board voted in May to suspend Superintendent Kent Medlin. The Springfield News-Leader reports ( ) the move is largely symbolic because Medlin planned to retire and was scheduled to work only until June 30.

The board said in a statement that Medlin's prayer at the May graduation violated school policy.

A group of Willard seniors demanded an apology after Medlin credited his...

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