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Racine police: St. Catherine High School dismissed early after writing found on desk

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Racine Police Department

RACINE — Students at St. Catherine’s High School were dismissed early on Thursday, September 15th after Racine police say writing was found on a desk that was concerning.

Police say the principal made the call to dismiss students early due to the writing.

Racine police were called to the school as precaution and as of 3:00 p.m., they were searching the school to make sure there was nothing out of the ordinary.

Authorities have not disclosed what was written on the desk.

No other details have been released at this time.

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1 Comment

  • Buzz Gunderson

    When I attended St. Cat’s forty-odd years ago, it was tough to find a desk that didn’t have writing on it and students needed to make threats directly, face to face, to get any kind of a rise out of the faculty at all.

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