Thousands of students in grades K-5 are sending handwritten letters to the president via "Mail to the Chief," a program that celebrates National Handwriting Day (Jan. 23) by allowing kids around the country to send advice and words of wisdom to the newly elected President of the United States.
Around 35,000 students participated in the program in 2008 when President Obama was first elected. This year's letters range from requests for better lunch programs and a ban on smoking to questions about the president's dog. Click through The Huffington Post's slideshow to see more of the adorable letters President Obama will receive this year!
What would you write in your letter to President Obama?