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Organization/Program Description

Racine County Spring Hiring Event
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Carthage has planned a free, family-friendly event that illustrates complex mathematical concepts through an entertaining mime performance. “Mime-matics” features Tim and Tanya Chartier, who have trained in master classes with world-renowned mime artist Marcel Marceau and at Le Centre de Silence mime school.

Now your students and families can see Mime-matics for free at Carthage. The event will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 19, in the N. E. Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center Field House, located at the south end of the Carthage campus, 2001 Alford Park Drive, Kenosha.

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Forceout Baseball Skills Camp
July baseball camp for kids 9-4 years old. Click here for more details. Sign up here.

STEAM Academy
Registration for the 2018 Summer STEAM Academy is now open.  The Summer STEAM Academy is real-world science, technology, engineering, art and math.  It is a 5-day, hands-on, lab-based course where students design, build, and discover solutions to challenging problems. The STEAM Academy is designed for all present 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grade students within SE Wisconsin (private, parochial, charter, public, home schooled, and online-students). On-line registration can be found at:  

UW-Parkside Summer Youth Camps
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Camp Anokijig
Click here to view the flyer for more information about Camp Anokijig and their programs

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City of Racine 
City o f Racine Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services offers a variety of spring and summer activities. For a list of activities and dates, click here to view the flyer.

Mrs. Myers’ Reading Room
Mrs. Myers’ Reading Room is proud to partner with your school and your children this year. We will be on site providing select services and offer a wide variety of additional services at our center located nearby in Racine. Click here to learn more.

Clck here to read the 2018 newsletter. 

Racine Theatre Guild
Children of all ages have the chance to sharpen their dancing, singing, and acting skills through exciting theatre classes! Kids can also be introduced to the magic of theatre all year long with imaginative Packy Plays presented by the Racine Children’s Theatre!

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4C-For Children
4C-For Children is Southeastern Wisconsin’s Child Care Resource & Referral agency. 4C helps families locate child care and gives families information about each child care provider’s quality star rating. This is a free service to all families who live in Racine. For more detailed information, call 262-633-0959 or 414-562-2676 or visit the 4C website at and click on “Start Your Child Care Search Here.” This is not a school-sponsored activity and the Racine Unified School District does not approve, support or endorse this program/activity.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection
This program encourages residents of the City of Racine, Caledonia, Elmwood Park, Mt. Pleasant, North Bay, Sturtevant & Wind Point to bring their household hazardous wastes to the collection site. The program is designed to give residents an opportunity to dispose of harmful chemicals properly as well as to prevent these hazardous wastes from entering our rivers and lakes.

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Rise Up Racine: Student Success Conference
This personal development conference celebrates the homecoming of Racine’s most accomplished athletes who have gone on to have stellar athletic careers collegiately and professionally. They are now returning to their roots and have committed to sharing with students some of the gifts that have helped them succeed in athletics.

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Advancing Family Assets - Young Adults Program
The Advancing Family Assets (AFA) Programs aim to increase financial stability and family success by focusing on three key areas: income, education, and whole health. Through the AFA Programs, families with school age children and young adults (17-28) gain access to new resources and build a strong network of personalized supports as they take steps to establish and achieve goals that lead to lasting change.

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Racine American Telepsychiatry

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Advancing Family Assets Program
The Advancing Family Assets Program works one-on-one with families in the 53403 and 53405 zip codes to increase financial stability and overall family success through a focus on three key areas: income, whole health, and education. Call 262-632-6200 x111 for more information or download  the brochure here.