Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:
On the 14th of March, high school pupils will march on the streets during school hours to demand further-reaching climate measures. That was announced by the Youth for Climate NL action group via Twitter. The event will be held again at the Malieveld in The Hague.
Youth for Climate in the Netherlands says that in the weeks before 14 March, there are school holidays, so striking will not be possible.
Last Thursday, more than 10,000
more than 30,000 according to other estimates
After the conversation, the young people said they were not yet satisfied with the political reaction to their protest. They had already announced a new climate march, and tonight it became clear that it will take place in  March.
At the end of March, Rutte, Wiebes and Youth for Climate will talk to each other again.
These two tweets are about a pro-climate striking students’ (both university and high school) march in Amsterdam, starting at the Dam square. The lower tweet is about where the march goes.
Vox, magazine of Nijmegen university, 12 February 2019, reports that tomorrow there will be a pro-climate demonstration by striking university and high school students in Nijmegen as well.
Continue to demonstrate
That is also what [organisers] Van Uffelen and Kemerink hope for: that the protests will grow into something that all kinds of groups in society will continue to strive for, also with their own initiatives. ‘In any case, the government is not going to save the climate, they are not very ambitious,’ says Van Uffelen. “It all should go a little faster. We support the talks that Rutte has with the high school students, but that is not the key. We must continue to put pressure. We do that by continuing to demonstrate.’…
“First let them become vegan and take shorter showers”, they [media critics of the striking students] say. While the problem is mainly the big corporations that continue to pollute and are not tackled by the national government and local governments.’
Nijmegen rally: Stationsplein, 10.30-12. 14 February 2019.