RACINE — These St. Joseph Catholic School students were named to the third-quarter honor roll for the 2015-16 school year:
BURLINGTON — These St. Charles School students were named to the third-quarter honor roll for the 2015-16 school year:
RACINE — These Evergreen Academy students were named to the third-quarter honor roll for the 2015-16 school year:
RACINE — These St. Lucy School students were named to the third-quarter honor roll for the 2015-16 school year:
RACINE — These St. Rita School students were named to the third-quarter honor roll for the 2015-16 school year:
RACINE COUNTY — The Racine Symphony Orchestra has announced a poster contest in commemoration of its 85th anniversary season. This contest is open to all Racine County area students in grades one through eight.
RACINE — The Starbuck Middle School Vocal Music Department will premiere “The Lion King, Jr.” at 7 p.m. Friday, April 29; Saturday, April 30; Thursday, May 5; Friday, May 6; and Saturday, May 7, in the Henrietta Welch Theater at Starbuck Middle School, 1516 Ohio St.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Students in Emily Planton’s classroom at Case High School got closer to Mars than most high school students ever will. The experience was part of the Google Expedition Pioneer Program.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Three Case High School students — Taylor Shufelt, Tyler Steege and Tabetha Steege — have been chosen to be part of the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) State Honors Ensembles and will perform at the State Music Educators Conference in Madison next October.
RACINE — Students at Walden III Middle and High School came together to donate $400 to senior citizens at St. Monica Senior Living center to help patients suffering with Alzheimer’s and dementia.
RACINE — Six Starbuck Middle School students are headed to Nashville, Tenn., this summer for the national Technology Student Association conference June 28-July 2.
RACINE — Park High School senior Kaj Days was named as the Grand Prize winner of the 2016 Wisconsin Sports Award sponsored by the Cousins Subs Make It Better Foundation on April 12.
RACINE — Park High School student Kadeesha Duncan earned a $2,000 Ronald McDonald House Charities Scholarship.
RACINE — Racine Lutheran High School senior Andrea Mares has been selected as the Student of the Month for March. The student of the month award is nominated by faculty. Students are nominated in light of the 2015-16 school year theme, “Live in Peace.”
RACINE — The Racine Chapter Daughter of the American Revolution announced the winners of the 2015-16 Good Citizen Contest in Racine County. These high school seniors were chosen for this award based on their proven dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Case High School’s marketing education teacher Keith Wartzenluft has been elected president of the Wisconsin DECA Center Board.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Case High School’s Health Youth Apprentice students visited the International Museum of Surgical Science in Chicago, Ill., on March 15.
RACINE — The Artists Gallery announced the winners of the Artists Gallery 2016 Student Show. The Best in show for 3D work goes to Adam Riendeau for his metal work “Dragon” and the 2D Best in Show goes to Jazman Seeger for the mixed media piece “Bold and Bland.” All works from the show are on…
WATERFORD — Waterford High School AFS Club students spent a long weekend in Sonora, Calif., as part of a short-term exchange they participated in this year.
WATERFORD — Holocaust survivor Howard Melton shared his story with the Waterford High School sophomore class. His presentation was the capstone for the students' World War II and Holocaust unit in the World Histories class.
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WATERFORD — Waterford High School sophomore Wyatt Woitowicz made it into the Wisconsin State Honors Mixed Choir. He is one of 25 tenors to make the ensemble, out of more than 1,500 students who applied.
RACINE — For Darviontae Bell, a seventh-grader at Starbuck Middle School, learning how to assemble his own homemade LifeStraw was more than just a school project, it was a public service.
WISCONSIN RAPIDS — Yorkville Elementary School student Kaden Pfeffer won first place in the 12-year-old division of the State Free Throw Competition held at Wisconsin Rapids Assumption High School on March 19. The contest is held annually and sponsored by the Supreme and Wisconsin State Coun…