Our local elementary school has one flag pole in front of the building. The post both the US and Texas flag at the same height every day. They insist that they have done their "homework" and Texas protocol is that the Texas flag flies at the same height as the US flag. I pointed out to them at yes, this is true, if there are two flag poles. But every day they raise both flags to the same level and it just doesn't look right. From the studying and reading that I have done, it clearly states that if there is one flag pole, only one flag should be at the top and others posted below. The staff at the school, especially the principal, have made it clear that they are not going to change how they post it because they feel their interpretation is correct. If this is indeed proper etiquette, then so be it. But if this is not correct, what are your suggestions/ideas on getting the message to them that they are not following proper protocol?