Plymouth Elementary School
On June 9, 2010 Senator Leahy conducted an online chat with the 13 students of Plymouth Elementary School. Plymouth Elementary School closed at the end of the school year on June 17, 2101. As part of the school’s closing activities Senator Leahy used Skype to speak with the students ranging in grades kindergarten through six grade about their hometown of Plymouth, Senator Leahy’s life as a U.S. Senator and his childhood. A sample of the questions asked during the chat follows.
What schools and college did you go to? Which county are you from?
Logan asked: What is your daily schedule like?
Eric Asked: What is one of the most unusual laws/bills that you have worked on?
Ryan asked: Have you ever wished you could take back a vote? What was the bill/law about?
How do you like to spend your free time?
Julia asked: What are your thoughts about consolidating Vermont schools?
What would your job be if you weren’t a United States Senator?
Senator Leahy chats via Skype from his Washington office
with students from Plymouth Elementary School.
Press ContactDavid Carle: 202-224-3693
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