At the White House, the First Lady hosted a group of Safety Patrol Students from West Gate Elementary School in Florida. This was 10 months after Mrs Trump visited the school. Posting pictures on Instagram, she wrote: “A great afternoon at the White House, reconnecting with the wonderful students from West Gate Elementary school.
“Inspired by how these children are growing into the best versions of themselves.”
Her office said the visit to the school in March was part of the Be Best campaign.
As reported by Daily Mail, the school has devised a special programme to eliminate classroom bullying.
Mrs Trump’s March 2019 visit was unannounced and no members of the media were with her.
She tweeted: “Thank you West Gate Elementary School for letting me join you in your morning classroom discussions.
“Education should include not only academics, but also a firm foundation for understanding our own feelings & those of our peers.”
The First Lady was in Florida at the time with son Barron during his spring break at Mar-a-Lago.
The estate was purchased by Donald Trump in 1985.
Overnight guests pay up to $2,000 (£1,530) a night.
The club provides guest rooms, a spa and other hotel-style amenities.
The estate has a private quarters for the Trump family.
Trump owns three golf courses in the British Isles.
Two are in Scotland at Balmedie, Aberdeenshire and Turnery on the Firth of Clyde, Ayrshire.
The other is in Ireland in Doonbeg, County Clare.
The Trumps married in 2005.
Mrs Trump is his third wife.
She is the first First Lady to be a naturalised US citizen.