It's a private school, but that doesn't seem to be stopping the radical appeasers from trying to rain on its parade:
Four Wichita families filed a discrimination lawsuit Monday in federal court against St. Anne Catholic School over a policy that requires English to be spoken at all times during the school day.
The lawsuit calls for an end to St. Anne's policy, an order barring English-only or similar policies at other diocese schools and $75,000 for court and other costs.
The families want students to be able to speak other languages if they choose during their free time -- not in the classroom or during instructional times.
A diocese spokesman called the discrimination suit "unfortunate," saying the Catholic church has a history of offering support and services to minorities and of speaking out for immigrant rights.
The diocese has said the school enacted the policy in response to four students who were using Spanish to bully others and to put down teachers and administrators.