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Updated: 08/29/2014 08:00:02AM

Governor visits Vineland Elementary

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Gov. Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott say goodbye to Emmalee Louk, 9, who helped to guide guests through Vineland Elementary School Thursday afternoon in Rotonda, when the Scotts and Florida Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart stopped by for a visit.

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Vineland Elementary third-grade teacher Alice White leads students in a leadership song upon the arrival of Gov. Rick Scott, First Lady Ann Scott and Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart Thursday afternoon at Vineland Elementary School.

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Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart looks through a first-grade student's log book. Stewart visited Vineland Elementary School Thursday afternoon for a back-to-school tour. She was accompanied by Gov. Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott. Vineland has been rated an A school for 13 years.

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Charlotte County Sheriff's Deputy Dan Cotton gets handed a challenge coin by Gov. Rick Scott. The coin symbolizes special recognition for service in the community.

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Vineland Elementary School first-grader Samuel Nicol raises his hand as students demonstrate how they raise their hands to get the teacher's attention.

By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH

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ROTONDA WEST — “If you like lots of pizza and ice cream, and want to eat dinner with the President and First Lady once a year, you could be the governor of Florida,” Gov. Rick Scott told fifth-grade science students Thursday at Vineland Elementary School.

“I’ve been to Japan, Canada, England, Spain, Paris, Chile, Panama, Israel and Columbia representing Florida,” the governor said. “Now, how many of you want to be the governor?”

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