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Starbuck Middle School students will be back in class Thursday after missing a day of school Wednesday because of a burst pipe.
Parents received automated calls Tuesday afternoon alerting them to the issue at school.
Racine Unified spokesperson Stacy Tapp confirmed with The Journal Times that class would be back in session Thursday and that the pipe has been fully repaired and cleaned up.