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Talented groups of students put on a great show for parents Thursday night at Park High School.
Police & Fire, Schools
McKinley Middle School was locked down for about 20 minutes just before school let out. A student told authorities she saw a classmate with a gun outside, but police found nothing.
ACT is considering an academic assessment for kindergarteners, and Gov. Scott Walker's educational reforms call for mandatory screening of kindergarten students' reading levels.
Schulte School's anti-bullying parade is part of an overall strategy to connect the community with the school.
Interested in finding out more about Walden Middle and Walden High School? Applications are being accepted.
Police & Fire, Business, Graduation
Woman, 27, is caught allegedly trying to steal nearly $1,000 worth of goods from Walmart Saturday.
October is Anti-Bullying Month, and Schulte School is inviting the community to be part of their anti-bullying parade on Friday. Students will march in a parade with Sturtevant Police, South Shore Fire, and the Case cheerleaders.
Schools, Public Safety
It's been an active five weeks to open the school year, with brazen and sometimes-creative stunts authored by high school students. What's the right course of action for administrators?
Park Seniors on Tuesday learned about the dangers of texting and driving. Racine Mayor John Dickert and Rep. Cory Mason were two of the guests encouraging teens to be safer on the road.
Get out that bicycle this weekend and help Racine Unified students.
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