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Read More , and the district has had trouble keeping students and teachers from writing the letter.

It was created in 2015 to encourage students to express their religious views.

The school board said the letter has been used in the past and is used by students to share their thoughts on topics of religion and spirituality.

Teachers have also been asked to write the letter in different languages, such as Arabic, Greek, Hebrew, Hebrew and Spanish.

A letter was written to President-elect Donald Trump in April.

But the letter was also sent to Arizona Attorney General Herbert Slatery, the Republican candidate for governor.

Slatery said the district does not have the resources to hire an attorney to represent the letter because the school district is only in a limited jurisdiction.

“There’s a good reason why we have the letter, which is because it’s a matter of faith and belief, but not legal,” he said.

In the letter to Trump, the district said, “the letter was designed to serve as a tool to help students learn about their religious beliefs and the importance of religious expression.”

The letter also said it was written for the purposes of encouraging students to “speak up about their beliefs and practices” and to help them understand the importance “of religious expression in our society”.

“To say that the letter does not address the need for religious freedom is misleading and unhelpful,” it said.