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Relay for Life 6.11.16
Join Relay for Life, a fundraising event that supports the American Cancer Society!  
CTE - M.O.S. Certification for Teachers with Certiport
Get certified to help students be certified at a a two-day summer workshop by clicking here. 
Ramp-Up Program 2016
Ramp-Up is a five-week summer program designed to help incoming Freshmen increase their reading and mathematics skills, improve study habits, and establish positive relationships in a more relaxed atmosphere.

Ramp-Up begins June 13-July 18, Monday through Thursday at Rich South. To view the brochure, click here.
CTE Summer Pharmacy Program with UIC
Sophomore and Junior students with a 3.0 or higher qualify for our FREE Summer Pharmacy Program partnership with the University of Illinois College of Pharmacy. 
CTE Engineering & Robotics Summer Camp
This FREE camp for students entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grade will provide students with skills to use in the Applied Technology Industry.  
CTE Microsoft Office Summer Camp for Students
The Microsoft Office Summer Certification Camp is FREE for students entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grade will provide you with skills you can use in school, college, and/or work!  
District 227 presents...An Evening on Broadway
Come experience the sights and sounds of the District 227 Drama Club for an evening on Broadway! 
Community Scam Alert
Community Scam Alert: The attached pictures were taken on Sunday, April 3, 2016 at the Matteson IHOP location. This individual asked patrons to donate to the Rich East Football Team, and he collected a large sum of money. 
Student Council Members Sponsored Annual Spring Blood Drive
The Student Council members were proud to host our Spring Blood Drive all day in the Wrestling Room. Over one hundred staff and students came to participate. From first time donors to those who participate every year (Ms. Regan & Ms. McGann have perfect attendance with us) Rich South gave the gift of life. Your next opportunity to give will be in the Spring.
Forensics Students Study Blood Stain Pattern Analysis
The Forensics students are learning about bloodstain pattern analysis for crime scene reconstructions. Some of the information that can be determined from bloodstain pattern interpretation could include: the origin of the blood, the position of the victim, the angle at which the blood hit the surface, as well as the way that the victim and/or suspect was moving before, during, and after the crime. 
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