- You might remember the emotional debate over limiting religious music in Wausau schools last year.
The school district formed a committee to research and make recommendations for a district policy to find a solution to the problem.
They met the school board tonight.
Newswatch 12 was there at the meeting.
A committee in Wausau wants to make sure the school district stays neutral with respect to different religions.
20 people sit on the Religious Music Policy Advisory Committee.
They are music teachers, parents, students and district administrators.
One of the members is a rabbi at Mt Sinai Congregation.
He says one of the concerns for the Jewish community was having templates for the community to follow.
"That really allows for all the voices in the community to be heard and for really have a way of resolving conflicts when they come up," said rabbi/clergy member, Dan Danson.
"Especially trying to derive inclusive policies on an ongoing basis as a regular part of the music program in the community."
The committee's goal was to try and come up with a policy framework.
But the school board felt committee's plan didn't show who would make the final decision on music.
"Clearly though we are always sensitive to the fact that the devil is in the details and that would be the implementation piece," community member, Don Hermanson said.
"But we wanted to see how the board viewed the overall policy first. So I don't think anybody is particularly surprised by that."
The committee will be at next months meeting with the added material.
They'll collect more information and meet again with the board.