The Christian school Pieter Zandt in Netherlands ordered 3,000 school calendars destroyed because of allegedly Satanic symbologs included in the calendar. The dangerous Satanic symbol was the well known peace sign. The educational institution with offices in Urk, Kampen and Staphorst took the decision following a complaint from a parent.
According to the school authorities the peace sign is a "Nero cross" and was allegedly, in Roman times, a symbol of the persecution, torture and killing of Christians. Contemporary scholars hold that accounts of the persecution of Christians by Romans were exaggerated to heighten the sense of Christian martyrdom. Jonathan Kirch in God Against The Gods: The History of the War Between Monotheism and Polytheism makes the case that the Roman strictures against Christians were mostly in reaction to the latter disrespecting exiting deities and symbols rather than due to any systematic persecution of Christians. The persecution of the pagans by Christians occurred with far more conviction as the Christian faith gained power.
The ubiquitous peace symbol ran afoul of school authorities because it is supposedly associated with occultism. The wastage of paper by throwing away 3000 perfectly good calendars was not considered by the school to be a satanic act. But then, some right wing Christians have derided the environmental movement as pagan and pantheistic.
The students weren't quite seeing what the fuss was about. Despite the school's efforts to keep it quiet, Twitter posts by students quickly outed the story. The next debate may be whether the internet is godly or Satanic.