JACKSON, Ky. (AP) -- Breathitt County school officials say they are removing Ten Commandments displays from the high school, middle school and elementary schools.
WYMT-TV reports the move came after the schools received a complaint from the Freedom From Religion Foundation. The group's letter says the displays have been up for years.
Kentucky Board of Education officials released a statement saying that the display of religious materials in public schools violates the U.S. Constitution.
It goes on to say that the Kentucky Education Department's focus in Breathitt County "is on student achievement and college and career readiness and using its resources to support those efforts."