Obama’s message heard in Corry school district

Students in grades four through six at Conelway Elementary School were among the millions of children nationwide who watched President Barack Obama’s televised message Tuesday, which encouraged America’s youth to take responsibility for their education. From left are Lucas Mitchell, Marissa Morton, Rachel Reynolds, Tanner Martin and Toby Perrin.

Sixth-grader Rachel Reynolds is impressed President Barack Obama took time out of his schedule Tuesday to address the nation’s youth.

The Conelway Elementary School student was among the fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders who watched and listened as Obama gave a 16-minute speech concerning the importance of education.

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