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Brief: Governor Reads to Students at Evelyn Marcelli School

April 23, 2009 — Continuing with his visits to elementary schools throughout the territory, Gov. John deJongh Jr. stopped in Thursday to read to second-grade students at Evelyn Marcelli School on St. Thomas.
DeJongh also toured the campus and visited with students in the special education class, according to a Government House news release.
The governor's visit also marks the observance of the Week of the Young Child, which began Monday and ends on Friday.

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April 23, 2009 -- Continuing with his visits to elementary schools throughout the territory, Gov. John deJongh Jr. stopped in Thursday to read to second-grade students at Evelyn Marcelli School on St. Thomas.
DeJongh also toured the campus and visited with students in the special education class, according to a Government House news release.
The governor's visit also marks the observance of the Week of the Young Child, which began Monday and ends on Friday.

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Share your reaction to this news with other Source readers. Please include headline, your name and city and state/country or island where you reside.