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You should have received the Crusader Connection in the mail. In case you did not, the electronic version is attached. Enjoy!
As always, feel free to contact the school with any concerns.
Please take a moment today to lift up our teachers in prayer. It’s Teachers Appreciation Week – and we sure our grateful for our teachers!
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Please note the date change for the Talent Show on Saturday, May 4.
Our Spring Fine Arts Festival Concert is Friday, May 10. The art gallery opens at 6 p.m., and the concert begins at 7 p.m.
We have rescheduled the RLHS Talent Show due to predicted inclement weather. Please join us next Saturday – May 4 – from 7 until 9 p.m. Free admission. Stay safe this weekend!
Thank you to Dave Janke for speaking to the students in our Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) classes. The students learned about career opportunities in the engineering field, and the impact local companies have on manufacturing around the country and globe. Mr. Janke is an engineer at Modine Manufacturing Company, and he serves on the RLHS Board of Directors. Thanks!!
Officer Todd Hoover ’88 spoke to the Forensic Science class this week. He is a criminalist with the Racine Police Department. He talked to us about the importance of forensic science in police investigations as well as his intensive training at the National Forensic Academy in Knoxville, Tenn. Thank you!
Thank you to Dr. Joseph Bergs, a local child and adolescent psychiatrist, who spoke to our Forensic Science class last week. The topic of Dr. Bergs’ presentation was “The Mind of a Criminal – What leads someone to commit criminal behavior?” His insight was interesting, and we are grateful he shared his time and knowledge with us.