Students across the nation and around the world gathered at their school flagpoles on Wednesday for the annual “See You at the Pole” day, a student-led prayer event that has been a much-observed tradition for over 20 years. “It’s always encouraging to see students make sacrifices to come to school early and come worship,” Spencer Logsdon, a senior at Vestavia Hills High School in Alabama, told the Vestavia Voice. Students, parents and youth leaders from across the country posted photos of the gatherings to social

media, expressing thankfulness for the opportunity to pray together for their school, community and nation. Students also sang hymns and spiritual songs, and listened to words of exhortation during the event.“Praying to God at my school; fantastic turn out,” tweeted Brandon Linton of Bowie High School in Maryland.“See You At the Pole 2017 at Festus High School was another great one! Love that each year it gets bigger and bigger! So many kids showing up to shine their light! Super excited about this generation rising up to walk with God,” also wrote Erin Pruneau of Festus, Missouri. READ MORE