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Posted inCommunity, Schools

People of Racine County Eye: RAE’s Devonte Parks Sees a Future

Racine Alternative Education student Devonte Parks dreams of owning his own landscaping business, and he’s planning on studying civil engineering at Gateway Technical College to help get him there. “I want to work in construction because I like working with my hands,” he said. “I don’t want to be the designer – I’ll let someone […]

Posted inSchools

People of Racine County Eye: Art Teacher Megan Goers Inspired by Students

Art teacher Megan Goers has such a positive effect on her students that not only do many continue taking classes with her long after they’ve earned their required elective credits, but they also plan careers in which they’ll be helping people. Goers said the inspiration goes both ways. “It’s so amazing to work with these […]

Posted inSchools

Excellence in Racine: Art Can be Therapy at Racine Alternative Education

Megan Goers’ art classroom at Racine Alternative Education is a collaborative environment where students learn to work together on something bigger than themselves and gain confidence to see their future. “I was so intimidated when I took my first class with Ms. Goers because everyone was so close and such a good artist,” Jazmyn Seeger said. […]

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