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C E Clark says
That's neat! I didn't know that high schools said it much. I thought that it was usually elementary schools that say it. Interesting!
Rosie writes says
That's neat, Rosie!
State law, huh? Cool!
Glimmer Twin Fan says
That's neat, Glimmer Twin Fan. How do you know about Wash DC? From people who live there? I'm curious. Weird, since it's where the capitol is! :-)
Alex J. Reissig says
Gotta say "Yes!" for Cincy since it's my former home. Good to hear it is still said in many schools around the country.
Teaches12345, I'm in New Richmond school district.
Yay! So many people are passing around stuff saying it should still be in schools. Sounds like it is!
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James Bowden says
Good Point! When I was teaching I had a student who was JW - I made him my attendance runner so that he wasn't in the classroom during the pledge.
Yeah, one of my best friends was JW, and she told me that they didn't--or observe holidays or birthdays. We weren't in Elementary school together, though, and our school didn't do the pledge in high school, I don't think. I'm sure she sat it out.
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Rose Clearfield says
Good to know, Rose. Thanks!
Paul Richard Kuehn says
Cool, Paul. Thanks for sharing that!
Kelly Umphenour says
Thanks for asking your kids, Kelly! Interesting that they do it only on Mondays. I guess that's good enough! :-)