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Racine Unified students are at it again; working to make our community a better place. Nine students were recently recognized by the RUSD Board of Education for their efforts.
The students who received the Peacemaker 2014 award are:
- Isaiah Trussell, REAL School
- Teahelahn Keithrafferty, Walden III
- Emily Romeril, Case High School
- Samuel Kohlmann, Case High School
- Trevor Jung, Case High School
- Lucero Rocha, Horlick
- Danielle Riedel, Park High School
- Luis Vega, John XXIII
- Anthony Ramirez, Focus on Community
Here is the criteria students have to meet:
- Organizing/leading peacemaking or diversity projects or activities
- Participating in peacemaking or diversity events or activities
- Learning about, demonstrating and modeling non-violent, peaceful alternatives
- Creatively engaging fellow students in peace awareness projects
The Racine County Peace Coalition, Educators Credit Union and Kiwanis Club of Racine help support this award.