8 hours ago, libgirl2 said:
I was not aware of that. We are talking about 40 years ago however. I'm sure things have changed. I do remember we didn't all gather around a table. We had an assembly of the whole school when they went over the meal and the meanings and a few students were chosen to go up and partake of the food.
This does not sound to me like a Passover Seder but an educational exercise about Passover. Education is not the same as appropriation.
I generally feel that trying to understand and support the traditions of others is a good thing. It is only when you delude yourself that you “really” understand that there is a problem. A Seder in a Christian school is like a Mass in a Jewish school. You can enact it to understand, but you shouldn’t think it has the same weight or value.