An Atlanta charter school announced Tuesday that students would no longer recite the Pledge of Allegiance every morning, and administrators are looking to replace it with an alternate “school pledge.”

Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School administrators reportedly made the change to encourage students to start the day “as a fully inclusive and connected community.”

“Over the past couple of years, it has become increasingly obvious that more and more of our community were choosing to not stand or recite the pledge,” Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School elementary campus president Lara Zelski said in a statement.

Administrators are nixing the morning Pledge of Allegiance in favor of an alternative “school pledge,” and will continue to require its students to stand for the school’s Wolf Pack Chant, according to Zelski’s statement.

“Teachers and the K-5 leadership team will be working with students to create a school pledge that we can say together at morning meeting,” Zelski said