It may not seem revolutionary, but anytime there's a first for anything, you can never tell where it will lead.
That's what about 20 students were told as they gathered around sunrise at the flagpole at Muskego High School to sing and pray for the school, the community and the students there.
In part praying for God to do 'something unimaginable' at the school, students took part in Muskego's first 'Meet me at the flagpole' event, which is part of a national event that was started more than 20 years ago. High school isn't often the place kids want to stand out from the crowd, and by taking part in the ceremony, parents acknowledged their kids were a bit intimidated by being the first.
Led in song by youth pastors from Lakepoint Church, the group also prayed for strength and healing. The event is held yearly, according to parent Desiree Clark, on the fourth Wednesday in September.