The daily ritual is all three at Heights Middle School, where it also is a demonstration of the school's varied culture. Students crowd into the office each morning to recite the pledge over the intercom system in three languages: English, Spanish and Navajo.
"I think it's nice that the school brought this in," said 12-year-old Natalie Wernig, a sixth-grader who has learned the pledge in all three languages.
"We are all U.S. citizens, but English isn't necessarily our first language," she said. "It's cool we can all say it in our own language."
For more on the subject, see I Pledge Allegiance to the Constitution.