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Audience: Mrs. F. Clark and Homepage

This summit is open to all students who are interested in addressing the large gaps in education in the areas of American History/Arts and accomplishments of African Americans in building this nation.


Students should sign up in the RCHS counseling department and retrieve a permission slip for this event located on the information table.  Contact Mrs. Clark in the counseling department  if you have any questions. 375-7800 X-2082.  Space is limited to 40 students.


Please read the attachment detailing the guest speakers History/Arts collections.

Posted by: Mrs. F. Clark
Published: 10/17/16