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SOMERS — As the 2019 Shoreland Lutheran High School graduating class embarks on a new chapter in life, there was a clear message on the importance of showing patience along the way.

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Bullen is about to celebrate 50 years of serving children and families of Kenosha.

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SOMERS — The University of Wisconsin-Parkside spring commencement ceremony was a 50-year anniversary celebration of hard-fought journeys, overcoming challenges and destinies realized.

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Harborside Academy sixth-graders brought awareness of the importance of Lake Michigan’s waters to the community with the unveiling Wednesday of a special billboard on the corner of 52nd Street and Sheridan Road.

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For more than 15 years, the ELCA Outreach Center has hosted a summer camp dedicated to providing fun summer activities, field trips and literacy, math and science learning experiences for elementary age children throughout the community.

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Kenosha School of Technology Enhanced Curriculum (KTEC) middle school students competed in the Middle Level Forensics Association of Wisconsin for the first time this year.

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Kenosha police detained a boy after he was accused of punching a teacher in the chest at Hillcrest School last Tuesday.

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Imagine a community where every child is ready to learn by the time they reach kindergarten. United Way of Kenosha County shares this dream and wants to make it a reality.

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The LakeView Technology Academy team of LakeView Legends captured first overall place at Gateway Technical College’s annual SumoBot competition held May 2 at the college’s Horizon Center for Transportation Technology in Kenosha.

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This week we celebrate both Teacher Appreciation Week and Substitute Teacher Appreciation Week. It is a time of year for us to show our appreciation for everything our educators do for our students and the community.

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The “Downtown” Kiwanis Club and its nonprofit arm, the Kiwanis Foundation of Metropolitan Kenosha, announced the 2019 scholarship winners at its annual Academic Excellence & Musical Achievement Awards Luncheon held at Gateway Technical College May 1. The winners:

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JANESVILLE — Kylee Kappers, a senior at Indian Trail High School and Academy, was the winner of the 1st District Artistic Discovery Contest.

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Students from Kenosha Unified schools helped spruce up city parks as part of “EL World Day” events on Friday.

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SOMERS – Kenosha Unified honored its top administrator and teachers, along with recognizing the outstanding achievements of employees, businesses partners and community volunteers who contribute to the school districts educational success at the University of Wisconsin – Parkside.

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Brass Community School students did a deep dive into history through active and engaging literacy called Read Aloud.

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Last night, more than 350 Kenosha Unified staff members and their friends and family gathered for the 2018-19 annual Recognition and Retiree Awards Dinner.

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The students in Eric Morrow’s Introduction to Engineering Design class at Wilmot Union High School are getting hands-on experience building their own Remote Operated Underwater Vehicles (ROVs) this semester.

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Kenosha School of Technology Enhanced Curriculum has been recognized as a Project Lead the Way Distinguished School for increasing access, engagement and achievement in the PLTW Launch and Gateway programs offered to students in grades 4K-8.

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SOMERS — The National Conference on Undergraduate Research is an event dedicated to promoting undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activity in all fields of study by sponsoring an annual conference for students.

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A pair of Kenosha Unified math teachers took home awards for instructional excellence at a state conference held at Carthage College.

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Two Kenosha educators will be honored by the local branch of the American Association of University Women.

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Nine Gateway Technical College apprentice students were awarded $1,500 Ascendium Education Group Tools of the Trade scholarships to help them cover out-of-pocket expenses such as tuition, tools and clothing so that they are able to complete their training.

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Na’Kia Hughes believes it is important for young people to find their footing in the world and to play a role in shaping the future, especially in their communities.

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Vietnam War veteran Mike Kirchen was apprehensive at first about speaking with high school students about his time in the war, but after meeting with and speaking to students at Harborside Academy two years ago, he now looks forward to it.

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The senior class of Christian Life School invites the community to join in the celebration of the completion of Senior Capstone Presentations from 6 to 7:30 p.m. May 13 in the Journey Church Auditorium, 10700 75th St.

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Three Kenosha Unified elementary schools have earned recognition from the state for “beating the odds” to ensure student achievement, including one that will receive the award for the fourth year in a row.