Another After-School SATAN CLUB Targeting Kids 6-11 In Ohio!

One Elementary School in Warren County, Ohio, is under scrutiny from parents and community members after allowing an after-school Satan Club offered by the Satanic Temple to occur on its campus.

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Rightfully, the furious parents ask answers once a flyer that invited 5-11-year-old children to join the demonic club circulated among the school and social media.

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The flier mirrors another that had been discovered making its way in the elementary school in Illinois at the beginning of this month.

The Satanic Temple co-founder said that Satan Club wouldn’t try to convert children to Satanism or force them to worship the devil.

“This actually isn’t a club that’s meant to proselytize Satanism or even engage in discussions about religious opinion,” Satanic Temple co-founder Lucien Greaves told WQAD. “This is an educational program meant to focus on critical thinking and just basic education skills.”

The flier promised the children fun with “science projects, puzzles, games, art projects, and nature activities,” and also says the young children will be taught “empathy, creative expression, and ‘personal sovereignty – which is the “concept of property in one’s own person, expressed as the moral or natural right of a person to have bodily integrity,” and is definitely not something a 5-year-old has the faculties to comprehend.

Fox 19 reported:

“Parental permission is required to attend. Superintendent Isaac Seevers says the same is true of every after-school activity in the district.

He clarifies the club is not sponsored by the district or Donovan Elementary.

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Seevers published a letter Thursday to families aiming to address “concerns and confusion” about the club.

The district, he writes, recently approved a facilities rental for the group after a Lebanon resident completed the required application and provided the necessary documentation.

“The district has approved these types of groups in the past, one example being the Good News Club, which is an after-school child evangelism program,” Seevers wrote. “The Good News Club has met after school at Donovan Elementary School for years.”

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The superintendent makes clear that Lebanon Schools ‘does not and is not legally allowed to discriminate against any groups who wish to rent our facilities, including religiously affiliated groups.’

Satan Clubs aren’t approved for massive distribution and can’t be sent home with students.