It seems pretty ridiculous that the military would allow this pre-school to run for 30 years if in fact their operation is illegal:
Parents of nearly 100 preschool students soon could be scrambling to find day care for their children if military officials determine a long-running Christian preshool at U.S. Army Garrison Yongan has been operating outside of Army regulations.
Garrison officials say a recent anonymous complaint prompted them to look at whether the Mustard Seed Preschool has been operating illegally since it opened in 1976. They have determined that the Army had the authority to establish a chapel-sponsored preschool but found no regulations explaining how to do so, according to Yongsan commander Col. Michael Masley.
During a meeting with parents Friday afternoon, Masley said attorneys are starting to investigate the issue. If the preschool is operating illegally and a way can’t be found for it to operate within regulations, it will be closed, he said. [Stars & Stripes]
You can read the rest at the link, but the daycare is funded by donations from parents which is administered by the on-post chapel. The chapel provides no funds for the daycare it just administers it with the donation money from parents which according to a Stripes’ commenter is about $285 per week. If a chapel administering a daycare program is illegal than shouldn’t the chapel itself on-post be considered illegal because that is basically what it is getting to at this point?