GALESVILLE, Wis. – The governing board for Galesville-Ettrick-Trempealeau Schools backed a high school principal’s decision to remove a gay pride flag from the library. The School Board side-stepped the question of agreeing or not agreeing with a gay-phobis complaint against the flag. In a letter to parents, the Board said it had sought an opinion from the Wisconsin Association of School Boards, which said that display the flag required that other flags to be allowed too. It was an issue of fairness and equality, the Association told the Board. The gay pride flag had been put up by a school employee., A student complained.