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Arthur Ashe Charter School Gets a Visit From the Rotolo's Literacy Program

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The Rotolo's Literacy Program traveled to Arthur Ashe Charter School in New Orleans on Thursday, May 16.  

Third, fourth, and fifth graders were greeted by Defensive End Cameron Jordan to learn the importance of reading.

"I enjoy coming out and talking to kids, and I enjoy seeing the kids' reactions," said Jordan. "I love giving back to the community."

After their discussion, the players held a question and answer period where many students were able to ask about everything from when he started playing football to who is the fastest player on the team.

Students had the opportunity to answer questions about the purpose of the visit in a trivia session with the winners receiving autographed 2012 Saints yearbooks.

Each student in attendance received Saints stickers and the fifth grade students were served pizza courtesy of Rotolo's.

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