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Local High School Asks President Barack Obama to Speak at Graduation [VIDEO]

Teachers and students at a South Jersey High School have come together to ask President Barack Obama to speak at the upcoming graduation ceremony.  Will it work?

 

Check out the video yourself….

 

 

If you thought the kid in the tux looked familiar, you’re right.  That’s Glassboro High’s Leon Purvis, a senior, who recently asked Gabby Douglas to the prom.  She said no, but he was acknowledged on her twitter.

 

Same thing happened with Justin Bieber, as he asked him to the junior prom ‘as a bro’.  Justin couldn’t make it, but Leon did get to meet him backstage at a concert in Philly.

 

What will the President of the United States have to say?  We’ll just wait and see.

 

It should be noted, that former President Ronald Regan spoke at Glassboro High School in 1986.

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