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Dinner Done at Robinson
Looking for the PERFECT gift for that special Mom for Mother’s Day? How about a freezer full of meals ready to pop into the oven?
It can happen with a trip to Dinner Done! You can have a freezer packed with delicious dinners . . . AND you can support the Robinson 2012 All Night Grad Party at the same time!
Dinner Done is a kitchen facility in Centreville where all the ingredients are ready for you to prepare 4 or more entrees, customized to your own tastes. You leave with dinners ready for your freezer! (Each entrée serves 4-6 people.)
Our next Robinson Day at Dinner Done is Wednesday, May 9th. Multiple sessions are available. Sign up NOW by going to www.dinnerdone.com. Click “Session Signup” and set the location to “Centreville Kitchen”. Be sure to put ROBINSON in the comment section – this ensures a donation of 10% to the 2012 ANGP.
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If you have any questions regarding Robinson Days at Dinner Done, please e-mail Brenda Hammill at email@example.com.
More About Robinson Secondary School
Named after a Vietnam War hero, Robinson is the largest secondary school in Virginia. According to statistics from the 2008 - 2009 school year, Robinson Secondary School had 2,339 students (86.53 percent of the student body) taking general education courses, while 84 students (three percent) enrolled in English as a second language courses and 364 students (13.47 percent) enrolled in special education services. The school is also highly diverse, the student body being 18 percent Asian or Pacific Islander, five percent black, 11 percent Hispanic and 60 percent white. Eleven percent of the student body receives free or reduced-price meals. This past year, the school's student-to-computer ratio was 2.3 to 1.