There are several ways we honor our nation. From singing the national anthem at sporting events to flying a flag in your yard, there are plenty of ways to show your American pride. One of the most ingrained parts of showing our pride can be found in the Pledge of Allegiance. Let's take a look at the proper times to say the Pledge of Allegiance.
When it comes to the proper times to say the Pledge of Allegiance, most of us think of school. We most likely all remember learning this pledge for the first time in elementary school as part of our daily routine. It is still a part of the school routine to stand and salute the flag while reciting this important pledge to show your allegiance to the nation and the flag.
When someone works hard to earn their citizenship in America, it is typically one of the best days of their life. The process of becoming a citizen includes the act of pledging allegiance to the flag and all it represents as their new country.
When looking at proper times to say the Pledge of Allegiance, it makes sense that Congress is part of the list. Before congressional sessions, the Pledge of Allegiance is recited to honor the flag as well as the representative's role in serving the American people.
Similar to Congress sessions, many levels of government meetings say the Pledge prior to the start of the meeting. From school board meetings to meetings at the state level, the Pledge can be heard at all levels of our government at work on any given day. While it is not necessarily required, it is always a nice reminder of what our nation represents.
Whenever you want!
The Pledge of Allegiance was created to foster American's sense of patriotism and connection to their county. It was intended to be recited as a daily reminder for citizens. Even if you are not in school or work in the government, you can still recite the Pledge daily on your own as a reminder of your allegiance to the flag.