Course Fair shows eighth graders their future at RBHS

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Spanish teacher Eva Vasquez explains to a parent the aspects of the Spanish classes offered at RBHS, including five different levels.

Allie Pigg

On the rainy evening of Monday, Jan. 22, eighth graders from Gentry Middle School (GMS) and Jefferson Middle School (JMS) explored RBHS hallways to learn about classes available to them next year as freshmen.
Throughout the areas by the Activities Office, the main commons and into the cafeteria, various RBHS and CACC classes set up booths encouraging incoming freshmen to stretch their boundaries when thinking about high school courses.
Additionally, the studies department used the Course Fair to have an informational meeting with parents about what every freshman should expect in Civic Studies. Here are the sights from the 2018 Course Fair.


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