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Secretary Arne Duncan Helps Distribute Tickets to the 131st White House Easter Egg Roll (April 9, 2009)
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Secretary Arne Duncan and District of Columbia Mayor Adrian Fenty read a book to a combined first- and second-grade class at Plummer Elementary School in Washington, D.C.


Principal Christopher Gray (center), faculty, and students at Plummer Elementary School in Washington, D.C., greet Secretary Arne Duncan, District of Columbia Mayor Adrian Fenty, and District of Columbia Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee before the White House Easter Egg Roll ticket distribution announcement. Secretary Arne Duncan and District of Columbia Mayor Adrian Fenty read a book to a combined first- and second-grade class at Plummer Elementary School in Washington, D.C.
Secretary Arne Duncan, District of Columbia Mayor Adrian Fenty, and District of Columbia Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee visit with first- and second-grade students in Ms. Chia Kue-Smithís class at Plummer Elementary School in Washington, D.C. At Plummer Elementary School in Washington, D.C., Secretary Arne Duncan announces to a class of third-grade students that the District of Columbia Public Schools is the recipient of 2,000 tickets to the White House Easter Egg Roll.
Third-grade students in Ms. Deborah Gardnerís class at Plummer Elementary School in Washington, D.C., present District of Columbia Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee, District of Columbia Mayor Adrian Fenty, and Secretary Arne Duncan with handmade cards in appreciation for the tickets to the White House Easter Egg Roll.  

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