President Obama will wrap up the NATO summit in Chicago on Monday, then head to Joplin, Mo. to speak at a high school commencement as the city prepares to mark the first anniversary of the deadly tornadoes that struck it in 2011.

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Mitt Romney has no public events scheduled.

Here’s your look at Obama’s schedule for May 21, from the White House Press office.

President Obama

9 a.m. Participates in an International Security Assistance Force meeting on Afghanistan

1:20 p.m. Hosts a Partners Meeting with NATO Secretary General

3:30 p.m. Holds a press conference in Chicago, then departs for Missouri

8:15 p.m. Delivers remarks at the Joplin High School Commencement Ceremony.

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