District superintendent Dr. Aaron Engel wants the district to move away from criminalizing students, in part by reforming the relationship between schools and police.
The “Red Raiders” name, like the Hiawatha statue, will soon be gone, but problems around the teaching of indigenous history in La Crosse schools remain.
Central High School administration hopes to present a new name and mascot to the school board in early January.
After recent decisions by local districts to call students back to in-person classes were quickly reversed, teachers were left to pick up the pieces.
An overwhelming majority of speakers at an event Monday spoke in favor of removing police from La Crosse schools.
Cia Siab, Inc., which celebrated its 4th birthday this week, remains the only fully bilingual, bicultural provider of services for victims of crime in La Crosse county.
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Superintendent Aaron Engel could make a recommendation on whether the district should end its contract with police by November.
LIT’s Laura Abellera on removing cops from schools and why she has “radical hope” in a different future for La Crosse.
The school board voted in favor of forming a committee as the first step in a process of evaluating the contract with police.