Jennifer Lawrence Makes a Surprise Stop at Cleveland Heights High School This Morning


Thirty students at Cleveland Heights High School were quite surprised by a guest visitor this morning. Jennifer Lawrence, freshly nominated for a Razzie Award for her work in Mother!, arrived in government teacher Justin Hons' classroom to discuss politics and democracy at a grassroots level.

The appearance was a part of Lawrence's collaboration with Represent.Us, a non-partisan campaign that works to eliminate corruption, the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District reported.

Check out photos of Lawrence's visit below:

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