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Schools, Public Safety
If set-up accident scene doesn't resonate with all students, followup film and testimonials do, as pre-Prom documentary of alcohol-related deaths hits home.
Police & Fire, Schools
A mother stepped forward in April with another allegation inappropriate contact with her child by Father Robert Marsicek, but girl's story was found unreliable as evidence and no further action is to be taken.
McKinley and Eisenhower elementary schools schedule events Wednesday to promote Safe Routes to School. Bike riding is the star of the day, but at Eisenhower, unique challenges call for unique solutions – and one parent has an answer.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
Weber's tenure has been marked by her advocacy for Wauwatosa's children and steady hand in setting policy and hiring leadership in the Tosa School District.
Three days after direct bomb threat at West High, a rumored bomb plan at East is uncovered, but classes resumed Monday with assurances of safety, and the School District says a joint investigation with police has identified suspect students.
Schools, Sports, Summer
As online registration for summer programs opened at 8 a.m. Saturday, a software system put many into virtual gridlock, with some still lost in cyberspace. The Rec Department director said he's trying to fulfill as many requests as possible.
Despite changes in benchmarks for Wisconsin statewide reading and math tests, Wauwatosa students continue to perform higher than the statewide norms.
Citing reports of repeated concerns about Father Robert Marsicek, Listecki writes that, 'collectively they call into question allowing this priest to remain serving as pastor of two parishes, each with schools or daycare programs.'
McKenna Nerone's rape survivors awareness project draws wide public attention, but it also spurs individual victims to speak up for themselves, knowing someone who cares is listening.
Written threat found in bathroom Tuesday warning of bomb on Wednesday prompts canceling of evening classes, but morning sessions were being held under police watch.
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