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CATS PRIDE night set for March 27
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The annual CATS PRIDE Night for eighth-graders and their parents will be from 6-9 p.m. March 27 at Richmond Hill High School.
Communicating Achievement with Teachers, Students and Parents Results in Developing Excellence is a program to help eighth-graders transition better to high school.  
Teachers from every academic department and coaches from every sport will be present. All academic departments will be represented by four instructors, which allows parents and students the opportunity to hear about programs and curriculum in a small-group environment.
Parents and students are able to visit classrooms and hear about the curriculum for each of the core courses.  
More than 35 extra-curricular activities will be represented during this event.  Parents and students will be able to talk with representatives and get involved with teams and clubs.
The RHHS band, cheerleaders, chorus and JROTC will perform throughout the evening.  
For more information, call 459-5161.

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