Richfield High School Celebrates Black History Month!
In honor of Black History Month, Richfield High school is hosting over 100 parents and community members on Monday, February, 14th. This date is an important day to recognize as it's National African American Parent Involvement Day (NAAPID). NAAPID was founded in 1995 by Joseph Dulin, former educator out of Ann Arbor, MI. In response to the growing academic achievement gap, Dulin founded this day as a national call to action to get more parents of African American children involved in their child's education. On Monday, February 14, from 8:30AM-11:30AM, Richfield High school is hosting parents and community members for a celebration breakfast, a tour of the school, and a culminating performance in the school auditorium. The performance consists of Black student leaders speaking on various issues pertinent to the Black community, HBCU steppers, traditional African drums and dancers, and community singers.
Join us! RSVP to 612-798-6116