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CINCINNATI BENGALS ROARED INTO DEPAUL CRISTO REY HIGH SCHOOL

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Cincinnati Bengals players and Who Dey the mascot roared into DePaul Cristo Rey High School on Tuesday, November 15. They visited classrooms, posed for photos with students, signed autographs, and even posed for photos with some of the animals in the science lab. Before leaving, they stopped in the Bruin Café and went through the lunch line to grab a lunch to go on their way to Paycor Stadium. At the end of the school day, all DPCR students received a Bengals’ bag with team swag and Campbell’s Chunky products.

DePaul Cristo Rey is a Catholic, college-preparatory high school with a mission to educate young people who have the potential but limited financial means to go to college. This is accomplished through a dynamic academic program partnered with an innovative Corporate Work Study Program, not available at any other local high school. Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, DPCR is one of 38 high schools in the nationwide Cristo Rey Network® which serves 12,300 young people.

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