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Stall High School to host "Welcome to Stall Day"

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With the start of a new school year a little more than a week away, Stall High School is hoping to make the transition to high school a little easier for the newest class of Warriors.

The Charleston County School District (CCSD) announced today that all incoming freshman students will take part in "Welcome to R. B. Stall High School Day" on, August 20, 2013.

"First Year Freshmen will attend all classes, meet their teachers, learn school rules and procedures and have an opportunity to make new friend", a CCSD press release said. 

 4/25/12: Stall High School featured as News 2 Cool School

Students can take the bus to school that day, and lunch is also available for $2.25.

It is considered the first day of school for the freshman class, so students should report prepared with paper, pen, and pencil

R. B. Stall High School is committed to helping teens with this major milestone, "transitioning to high school".  This move to high school requires strategic and ongoing support.  A smooth transition to high school sets a vital foundation for learning the first year and beyond.  

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