Here is an update on this situation. 

I never made a complaint my son just complied with the school rules and what he was told.  Somehow this summer I received an email from the owner of the school properties and he is the one that founded and started American Leadership Academy.  

I reached out to Glenn L. Way and this is what transpired.


Hello Mr. Glenn Way,
I read the article that was published and your response.  I just want you to know that our children attend ALA and they absolutely love the school as do I.  
We have a friend in common Rob Hudelson.  
I just wanted to ask you a question if you still have a personal involvement with ALA schools.  
My son wore a hat on one of the paid hat days and he was told if he wore it again that he would be yellow carded.  It was an I Love Jesus hat.  He was pretty bummed out because it is his favorite hat.  I am attaching the picture of that hat so you could see it.  I just can’t see my son getting a detention for this hat it just saddens me to the core of my heart that this is a policy that is allowed.
I just didn’t know if there was any way of making changes on that end of things at school to where children can wear these items on their free days.  I honestly could see if it was gang affiliated or profane in any way.  
​Thank you and have an amazing day!


And this was his response back to me.

We will reach out to you on this. If it was a free hat day we should not have told him he couldn’t wear that hat.

So in my book that’s a win for Jesus!




My son wore this hat to school and was told if he wore it again he would get a yellow card and detention because it’s offensive. 


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