Constitution Day, also known as Citizenship Day, is a holiday that recognizes the adoption of the U.S. Constitution and honors all of those who are citizens, as well as those who have become citizens of the United States. It is observed on September 17 – the day in which the constitution was adopted in 1787. If this holiday falls on a weekend, then it is normally observed by schools on an adjacent weekday.
Facebook Constitution Day frame
To add a Constitution Day frame to your Facebook profile picture frame follow these four steps:
1 Follow this link: facebook.com/profilepicframes
2 Click on the menu right of your profile picture
3 Search for ‘Constitution Day’ ‘Citizenship Day’
4 Select the profile picture frame you would like to add
5 Click Use as Profile Picture to save
Constitution Day Customs & Celebrations
On this day, the President of the United States can choose to issue a proclamation that all governmental bodies must display the Flag of the U.S. on all of their buildings. The President can also ask schools to do the same. It is also customary for various organizations, both civil and educational, to conduct a wide variety of events on this day. These could be as simple as raising an American Flag or as complex as holding a parade. Schools in the United States will often use this day to discuss the Constitution, its history and how it was ratified.