(FOX NEWS INSIDER) - Jolly Old St. Nicholas might need to find a new home for the holidays, at least in one Oregon school district.
As seen Thursday on Fox & Friends, the Hillsboro School District sent a memo to its staff, obtained by KATU, asking that religious-themed holiday decorations, including images of Santa Claus, be removed from classrooms.
According to the memo:
You may still decorate your door or office if you like, but we ask that you be respectful and sensitive to the diverse perspectives and beliefs of our community and refrain from using religious-themed decorations or images like Santa Claus.
The school district released a statement Wednesday, claiming it did not specifically call for a "ban" on Santa Claus, as it had been widely reported in the media.