Armstrong fourth-grader Paige Selby, Bradfield fourth-grader Beau Raley, Hyer fourth-grader Whitney Bixby, UP fourth-grader Erin Parolisi, McCulloch Intermediate sixth-grader Ryan Khetan, HPMS eighth-grader Charlotte Lutz, and HPHS senior Robert McIntosh all went on the "First 43" tour.
A HPISD newsletter tells us seven students from the school district were some of the first people inside the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum last week — and Bush was even waiting to greet them in the room that replicates his former office.
"Welcome to the Oval Office," he told the young crowd, with whom he talked with about everything from religion to a typical day at the White House. "You're our first guests, and we're thrilled you're here."
This YouTube slideshow is full of pictures from the kids' visit.
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