A Detroit-area district says it's allowing Sikh students to wear a small, religious dagger to school, MyFoxDetroit.com reports. The decision by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools reverses a ban put in place in December after a fourth-grader at a Canton Township elementary school was found with a dull, 3- to 5-inch kirpan. The kirpan represents a commitment to fight evil in the Sikh tradition. The dagger is a religious symbol that baptized Sikh males are expected to carry. Michigan School District Allows Sikh Students to Wear Religious Dagger to School - FoxNews.com Well, looks like the rest of the kids will have to bring their "guns to the knife fight" We can't say prayers in school but little Sikh's can bring religious knives to school..