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Posted inCommunity, Local news

Racine Roundup on TMJ4: Back 2 School – by teens, for teens; Bark in the Park; Riverside Studio’s 2nd location

The Racine Roundup aired on TMJ4 during the 4 p.m. news on Thursday, Sept. 8. Racine County Eye’s staff writer, Emma Widmar, discussed various stories with TMJ4 anchors Susan Kim and Ryan Jenkins on the newscast.  During the first part of the segment, Widmar talked about Higher Expectations for Racine County’s “Back 2 School – […]

Posted inCommunity, Non-Profits, Schools

‘Back 2 School – For teens, by teens’ happening Sept. 10

Higher Expectations for Racine County, a nonprofit in Racine County, is hosting a Back 2 School event for teenagers in Racine County. The event is being put on by a group of teens from Racine County in conjunction with Higher Expectations for Racine County. The Back 2 School event will take place on Sept. 10, […]

Posted inLife, Local news, Parenting, Schools

School year preparation: 5 tips from teachers

Summer vacation will soon come to an end. Before we know it, the school year will be well underway. Students will be hitting the books, preparing for exams, and grinding through the school year. However, prior to classes starting, it is essential for parents/guardians and students to prepare for the year ahead. Local area teachers […]

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