I have, you know, a problem with inteolerant people. If they won't accept my pupils religious restrictions then they'll be invited to leave and come back when thei opened up their minds to other people's beliefs. If you keep behemently insisting in that your moral is of a higher value than mine or my students, please, don't come in. You attitude is just that which causes religion wars over the planet. But this is just my opinion and it's wrong. Yours is right.
I do not necessarily need to think my moral is of a higher value than yours or that of your students to reject those religious restrictions. I could be a moral relativist.
Secondly, how is having to accept these religious restrictions against my own beliefs not an implicit confirmation that these restrictions are of a higher moral value than my own beliefs? So, pot kettle black.