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"The School District has long held policies and procedures in place which allow varied community groups to use our publicly funded facilities outside of the school day," Chesapeake Public Schools told families in a statement. "This is common practice among school districts around the state and nation. Over the years, different religious groups have requested and been allowed to rent our facilities after hours. By law, CPS cannot discriminate based on beliefs among groups wishing to rent our facilities."

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