Here is what is wrong with his plea.
Prayer in schools has NEVER BEEN AGAINST THE LAW. There has never been a law that OUTLAWS PRAYER IN SCHOOLS.
Any student or teacher can pray any way and any time they want as long as it doesn't disturb anyone who is trying to learn algebra.
There ARE laws saying that teachers and school officials cannot lead public prayer or force students to pray. This is because every child and every family is ENTITLED to freedom of religion. To have school officials impose their own particular religious beliefs on other families' children violates those families' freedom to follow their own religious beliefs.
Furthermore, forcing a Jewish or Muslim or Buddhist school official to lead a prayer promoting someone ELSE'S religious beliefs violates the school official's freedom of religion, and avoiding that conflict by making any particular religion a prerequisite of employment violates EVERYONE'S constitutional rights.
The law that prevents school officials from imposing their religion on your children is the FIRST AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION. The first. This loving, caring father is asking Congress to revoke the first amendment of the constitution.
Schools cannot teach religion. Nor is religiosity the problem. The problem is far more complex, but the part that schools CAN address is lack of self-discipline. Schools CAN teach discipline through programs like sports, music, even art and drama. School officials who notice a student who is isolated, hostile, has no interests and engages in no disciplined activities can steer that student into a disciplined activity. They can even suggest attending church. Religion is fine. When done properly, it demands self discipline, but schools cannot impose religion on a student. They cannot tell YOUR children what to believe.
Protect YOUR right to YOUR religious beliefs: Teach your children to pray in school without disturbing anyone else. Make sure your kids are involved in activities that demand self-discipline, and make sure your schools demand discipline from EVERY student.