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Eighth grader got the idea after the flag behind me was replaced last year it was old and ragged a student at the school of thought have a new one put up.
But the fourteen year old you're about to meet decided to take honoring the -- one step further and bring the pledged that the class.
The pledge allegiance.
These words to the flag Kyle located -- -- in school of the United States of America and it really really good way to start that.
Kyle and that the legend clad in elementary school now eighth grader at school he wanted to change that so we sent out -- pledge of allegiance back in the classroom.
Well in America don't -- I mean no matter -- Republican Democrat liberal conservative it it doesn't matter we're all Americans and English at all.
You'll be happy that we live here and deep -- and be Americans.
Kyle's -- not about politics or religion having -- -- -- a -- in school about democracy.
So his principal allowed him to conduct a survey of the great class asking them that they would support saying the pledge at home -- the results overwhelming.
95% of the students said that they would feel comfortable saying the pledge.
And some sort of way whether it be on holidays during the first ever week -- every single day.
So the administration agreed to allow the -- back in the classroom -- kick it off last Friday at a memorial -- assembling the speech and leading the entire school in the -- Now have the option of saying it every morning.
It takes about fifteen seconds -- not a big deal.
And you know most people stand up and stay there one authorized but some people don't -- some people don't say under god it's it's their personal opinion what they -- -- and that's -- Mom proud her son had -- DM and decided to do something about it -- fellow students they all have a place to see kids really.
Proud and to be vocal about it is more important and Kyle encourages other students to have their voice heard like -- -- they have a good idea they did.
Put it out there Q what happened.
We -- out and I I I'm proud.
Again saying the -- -- the options -- students it's not forced on them at Kyle's future plans tells me next story goes high school he plans on running for office.
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