It was on a pleasantly susprising note that the first week of classes ended for a group of students in a High School in Washington, DC.
ABCnews reported that the former President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, made a surprise visit to McKinley Technology High School on Friday, strolling ever-so-casually into a classroom to the disbelief of students.
“Hey, how’s it going everybody?” Obama, 56, said to the stunned students, who were seated in a circle with D.C. Public Schools Chancellor, Antwan Wilson. “The chancellor told me you guys were meeting, so I thought I’d stop by. How’s everybody doing? Is that my seat? You don’t mind me crashing, right?”
The President later went ahead to tweet a photo of the visit, with his Senior Adviser, Eric Schultz, doing the same.