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Representatives from the Freedom from Religion Foundation and the Central Florida Freethought Community will be "passively" distributing atheism, agnosticism and secular humanism materials to Orange County high school students on Thursday, according to officials.
An Orange County Public Schools memo states the passive distribution will be allowed of the approved materials at Apopka, Boone, University, Cypress Creek, Evans, Edgewater, Wekiva, Colonial, Timber Creek, Winter Park and Jones high schools.
Passive distribution, as defined by school officials, states that approved materials must be placed on one unmanned table for distribution in a location where students are during a non-instructional time. A written disclaimer will be on the table saying OCPS doesn't endorse or sponsor the distribution.