whats funny is when I started school my parents told me to stand up like everyone else but that I shouldn't say it because it was wrong to force it and just keep my hands behind my back. My son goes to an independent granola type gifted school, they don't say it. They do say it in my daughter's public school district and I have to say I shuttered a year ago at kindergarten meet and greet when they passed out the pledge for them to memorize over the summer.Answer Question
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Of course they should not have to. It is just words. I do not pledge my allegiance to anyone but myself and my child. Oh and Joy, standing and making sure that I have no hat or covering on my head and placing my hands calming at my sides or behind my back is NOT disrespectful and not everyone feels they have it soooo much better here than other places!
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