From the White House:
President Obama Monday is holding interviews at the White House with local TV station hosts from around the country.
On Tuesday, Obama will honor the 2016 National Teacher of the Year and finalists at the White House.
On Wednesday, the president will travel to Flint, Michigan to the hear from Flint residents about the public health crisis, receive an in-person briefing on the federal efforts in place to help respond to the needs of the people of Flint, and deliver remarks to community members. In the evening, Obama will deliver remarks at the Asian Pacific American Institute of Congressional Studies 22nd annual awards gala dinner.
Obama Thursday will host a Cinco de Mayo reception at the White House. In the afternoon, he will be joined by the vice president, first lady and Dr. Jill Biden to kick off the 5th anniversary of Joining Forces and the 75th anniversary of the USO. The event, “A Celebration of Service” will include nearly 1,500 service members and their families.
The President has no public schedule yet for Friday.
On Saturday, Obama will deliver the commencement address to the 2016 graduating class of Howard University in Washington. Howard is one of the nation’s top historically black universities.