A Jacox Elementary teacher who anointed students with "holy oil" in the classroom has resigned.
School officials say she may have performed inappropriate religious practices during her three years with the division[...]
[...]Earlier this year, the division conducted an investigation at Oakwood Elementary after teachers told the state that their principal had led staff and students in prayer prior to Standards of Learning testing. Teachers also said they felt pressured by the principal, Sheila Tillett Holas, to attend prayer or Bible sessions before school.
(This is indicative of possible widespread NAR infiltration of the school. The style of "annointing" here is NOT the use of sacramental chrysm (as is common in Catholic and Episcopalian/Anglican/CoE churches) but rather is a form of "spiritual territorial pissing" that is a veritable hallmark of NAR and neopentecostal groups. (Often the "oil" used is Wesson oil straight off the shelf; supposedly its very use by NARasites in "territorial pissing" supposedly blesses it.)
(Probably the best discussion of this form of "territorial pissing" in print, besides one of my artlcles here (which discusses the supposed theology behind the practice), is in the article "Soldiers of Christ" by Jeff Sharlet (published in the May 2005 issue of Harper's and available courtesy of Sharlet's website here). Sharlet, who went on to do an expose of the secretive "Family"/"Fellowship" dominionist group, describes an incident involving the NAR-linked New Life Church (yes, Ted Haggard's former church) wherein a massive "territorial pissing" of this type was done by spraying entire city blocks in Colorado Springs with a 5-gallon garden sprayer full of Wesson oil, in what is probably one of the more extreme versions of NARasite "annointing".)