The school district agreed to remove the monument and pay $40,000 to the FFRF.
The goal of the score is to make it easier to understand how legislators vote on each issue.
Local religious organizations said that the bill violates their religious liberty, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
Athletes will soon be able to play while wearing hijabs, turbans and yarmulkes.
The order specifies that religious freedom is not only applicable to individual residences and houses of worship, but in every aspect of a religious person’s life.
Students who practice Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism and Hinduism are not the only ones reading their scriptures.