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But other parents are not as enthused and find the close relationship between schools and the Good News Clubs confusing and troubling."It's just like a billboard beside the school," says Paula Bullwinkel, a substitute teacher and parent of a child at Juniper Elementary. At Tumalo Community School, one of the 19 public schools in Central Oregon visited by the Good News Club, the Ponderosa Chapter has two of these 35-foot long white trailers, each complete with benches, white boards and Bible verses tacked to the walls. It's the fact that Bible lessons are happening adjacent to public school property during the school day that has some parents raising their eyebrows and questioning whether the school district is doing enough to police religious organizations like the Ponderosa Chapter of the Good News Club.After some brief chatter, the students take their seats, dig into their hamburgers and stare expectantly at the adult at the front of the room, who quickly grabs their collective energy and attention by leading them in what has become a familiar song for the group. "I think, in the public school, it's important [for students] to learn as much as they can about Jesus and the Bible and their faith," says Kim Hockin, who is a volunteer teacher and whose children attend the Good News Club at Bend's Pine Ridge Elementary, which she leads. Local chapter leaders estimate that they work with 400 to 450 students each month. The scenario is nothing new in Central Oregon where the Good News volunteers have been proselytizing outside public schools for decades. " After settling down inside the Good News Club trailer, the students spend the next hour studying Bible verses, asking questions about God and earning prizes, as their peers eat lunch and run on the playground 150 yards away.
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CLUBS ARE LEGAL, BUT SCHOOLS HAVE DISCRETION In 1962, the U. Supreme Court ruled state-sponsored school prayer unconstitutional (see: Abington School District vs. The Court decided that the Good News Club should be afforded the same access to school areas as other non-religious clubs.