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| February 22, 2010

Students propose new patriotic policies

FULLERTON - Student-written policies for daily patriotic exercises and the display of a U.S. flag in every classroom go to the Fullerton Joint Union High School District board for final adoption Tuesday night.

The proposed policies, researched and developed by the district's Student Advisory Council, are in response to students and residents who urged the board last July to follow the state education code, which mandates certain patriotic activities.

Students noted that some classrooms lacked flags, and that the Pledge of Allegiance wasn’t recited daily.

[GASP]. A classroom without a flag is like a motel room without a Gideon Bible!