'Tis the season for valedictorian and commencement speeches, right?
So, a follower of Satan was named Valdictorian of his high school. He wanted to evangelize and proselytize for Satan, because he's so grateful Satan helped him be successful and he thinks everyone at his high school should have to listen to the good news about Satan at their public school graduation. The community is up in arms because the school authorities told him he couldn't insert his religion into this mandatory, secular ceremony. After all, there are many people there who don't believe in Satan, or have no interest in a sermon. But hey, it's his faith and he should get to make everyone listen anyway, right?!
WAIT. My bad. Not Satan. Jesus. He just wants to force all the kids and parents there to listen to the good news about Jesus. So it's all good, right? There's separation of church and state for a reason. If you wouldn't be ok with a student spreading the good word about Satan to a captive audience of public school kids at a high school graduation, you shouldn't be ok with it being done about Jesus, either...or you're a hypocrite.
All the people pushing for prayer in school are only really pushing for Christian prayer in school. But if prayer were allowed in schools, they theoretically wouldn't be able to stop other religions from practicing there too, including witchcraft and Satan worship.