This is a developing story and may be updated.Thousands of high school and college students staged walkouts Friday to declare that DACA recipients are \u0022here to stay,\u0022 days before the U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear the first oral arguments regarding President Donald Trump\u0026#039;s decision to rescind protections for undocumented young people.The Supreme Court, the organizers and demonstrators said, must rule against Trump\u0026#039;s 2017 decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which has since 2012 allowed young undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children to live and work in the country.\u0022The students, made up of DACA recipients, undocumented students, and U.S. citizen allies, will highlight that their home is here and they are here to stay,\u0022 the immigrant rights group United We Dream said in a press advisory announcing the countrywide demonstrations.United We Dream and other national and local groups helped organize school walkouts in Oklahoma, Washington, D.C, Florida, and a number of other states.Widely-shared videos showed hundreds of students at U.S. Grant High School in Oklahoma City walking out of their classrooms. The students, who reportedly joined the entire Oklahoma City school district in the walkout, joined in a \u0022unity clap\u0022 and chanted, \u0022Here to Stay!\u0022 while gathered on campus.Oklahoma high school students are ready to fight for each other. @DAOK_OKC leaders and students shared their stories and wrapped the walk out with a unity clap.We are #HereToStay! #HomeIsHere pic.twitter.com/lh2FJhUWxS— rodrigo (@orrchards) November 8, 2019This is just the beginning!HERE TO STAYHERE TO STAYHERE TO STAYHERE TO STAYHERE TO STAYHERE TO STAYHERE TO STAYHERE TO STAYHERE TO STAY#HereToStay #SCOTUS pic.twitter.com/iqwh2XtxEz— rodrigo (@orrchards) November 8, 2019JUST NOW from Oklahoma: High school students walking out of US Grant in support of #DACA recipients and all our immigrant communities. #HereToStay #HomeIsHere pic.twitter.com/rVa6g8Sx35— rodrigo (@orrchards) November 8, 2019At Oklahoma State University, students walked across campus chanting, \u0022Undocumented, unafraid!\u0022Ok @Cynthia09xx, we see you and the amazing leaders in #OKC! This is how you show up! #HereToStay #HomeIsHere pic.twitter.com/e8VMA1Fpgp— United We Dream (@UNITEDWEDREAM) November 8, 2019Trump\u0026#039;s attack on the program has left 700,000 DACA recipients vulnerable to deportation. The Supreme Court will hear the first arguments in the case on Tuesday, while United We Dream, the Home Is Here Coalition, and other immigrant rights groups rally outside the court.In Washington, D.C. students with Hoyas for Immigrant Rights marched on Friday from Georgetown University to the Supreme Court to rally ahead of the arguments.https://t.co/Eu0wYpVrvR— Hoyas For Immigrant Rights (@HFIR1789) November 8, 2019Say it loud, say it clear, immigrants are welcomed here!!!!\u0026nbsp; #HomeIsHere @UNITEDWEDREAM pic.twitter.com/9Gn1eXF5Ft— Hoyas For Immigrant Rights (@HFIR1789) November 8, 2019In Miami, high school students made signs reading, \u0022Home Is Here.\u0022Miami students are ready to stand up and send #SCOTUS a message - undocumented youth are #HereToStay! pic.twitter.com/CX6js20ihA— United We Dream (@UNITEDWEDREAM) November 8, 2019School walkouts were also planned throughout the day in states including California, Illinois, and Arizona, according to United We Dream.