As I posted to one of my Pinterest boards,
I think it is great to see a school board actually do what the constitution intends - allow for the representation of more than one thing. Many public schools allow Christian religious themes, but when another group wants equal representation they are harassed with paperwork or lawsuits until the moment has passed, or they can't/won't fight any more. Now, I can only judge by the names of the pamphlets here because I can't find them to read online, but that seems pretty harmless to me. If they are explaining what it means to be a thinker rather than a believer, the myths about atheism that are rampant (such as they just haven't heard enough about god, they are angry, etc.), and describing that the ten commandments are mainly societal rules that have been around long before the invention of the Christian god (with a few added to ensure the us vs them mentality of religion) then I don't know why there should be a problem. As long as it is truth, and not propaganda, where is the harm? It is not "forcing" a belief. I don't see atheism as a belief but as a way of interpreting belief systems through a lens of critical thinking.