Attention PWCS students and staff. Your are not required to stand for the national anthem or pledge. There will be no action taken against you for choosing to not stand or participate.— Ryan Sawyers (@RyanSawyersVA) November 20, 2017
Our President is a bonafide idiot but you are safe in PWCS. https://t.co/GMO1NIWYAa
My father, a vet told me: I was in the army. Soldiers fought and died so you would have the freedom of choice to sit or stand during the National Anthem. So, fellow Americans - You are free to do as you wish - sit or stand— CacheJewels (@CacheJewels) November 20, 2017
I went to High school in PWC. I refused to stand once with my hand over my heart once. I was (rightly) read the riot act from my teacher and told to go join the military if I didn't understand why we stood.— C. F. Auld (@cfauld) November 21, 2017
Oh wow... I don't care where he stands political in his personal home and in his personal time but he's representing a school district. If my kids were in his schools I'd be visiting the school board NOW.— American Housewife (@AmericHousewife) November 21, 2017
Uncalled for and unprofessional!