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Work on Mitchell School Continues

  Photos provided by Erika Minna Weitkuhn Work continues on Mitchell School after a fire destroyed the gym and water from extinguishing the blaze damaged parts of the elementary school. The fire occurred in the early morning hours of Feb. 27 and was determined by the Racine Fire Department to be an accident. A cause is still […]

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Mitchell Gym Comes Down

  Thank you to both Naida Smith-Keech and Erika Minna Weitkuhn for the photos of crews taking down the Mitchell school gym Wednesday, nearly two weeks after a fire devastated students, staff, and faculty. Elementary students will attend Wind Point Elementary for the rest of the year, and middle school students are due back Monday at […]

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Mitchell School Supplies Drive

After the devastating fire at Mitchell this week, elementary students will be relocated to Wind Point next week, but classrooms there need stocking and students need supplies replaced. Sturtevant Trustee Chris Larsen and his family is organizing a supply drive to help teachers get their rooms ready to welcome students. As first reported by Racine […]