See Mrs. Yarbrough’s 4th Grade at Princeton Reciting Pledge [VIDEO]
Do you see these little faces? Pure innocence at this point. Full of promise and obviously full of patriotism. Now, just imagine these little faces in twenty years. They are the future of our great nation!
And it's so comforting to know they have been given a great foundation here in Northwest Louisiana on what is expected of true American citizenship. A pledge is a promise; an oath. And these kids understand that as they "Pledge" their "Allegiance" to our stars and stripes, they are promising that in spite of whatever problems we might have, there is no hurdle we can't overcome together!
And THAT is America! We're a huge family and just because we might have problems, we must all remember that we are much better together than apart. And these kids remind us of that.
Obviously, they are just following the mood and spirit of their leaders! And I can't thank the teachers of Kiss Country enough. Since we are having to play by new rules this year amidst the COVID restrictions, and I'm not personally going to our schools like we've done in the past, we have had to rely on our local teachers to bring us our daily "Kiss Class of the Day" featuring a local elementary class as they recite the Pledge of Allegiance for us.
And our teachers were only to happy and willing to accommodate. Videos of these local classes are arriving every day, and the class we're featuring today as our Kiss Class of the Day is Mrs. Yarbrough's 4th grade at Princeton Elementary School
We are hoping (and so are the kids) that you'll take a second to watch them as they lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance!
Make sure you join us each morning at 6:45 for a new Kiss Class of the Day to be featured with the Pledge!