Four words are causing an uproar at a Shreveport middle school. Parents and students are planning to take a stand in effort to keep “In God we trust” on the school’s marquee, where it had been posted for 15 years before its removal earlier this year. In March, principal Albert Hardison was accused of violating the First Amendment through his religious references. The school removed the reference but that didn’t end the discussion. Recently Fellowship of Christian Athlete students passed out 500 shirts on campus as part of their iStand campaign against the removal of the phrase.