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School Scrapbook: WRACS students learn about Civility Project

5:46 PM, Feb. 1, 2013
Kurt Heuer, police chief for the Wisconsin Rapids Police Department, speaks with students at St. Vincent de Paul School about the Speak Your Peace Civility Project.
Kurt Heuer, police chief for the Wisconsin Rapids Police Department, speaks with students at St. Vincent de Paul School about the Speak Your Peace Civility Project.
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In November, Kurt Heuer, police chief for the Wisconsin Rapids Police Department, introduced second-grade students and faculty and staff members at Our Lady Queen of Heaven School and third- through fifth-graders and faculty and staff members at St. Vincent de Paul School to the Speak Your Peace Civility Project. He also presented the nine tools for civility that are involved with the project - pay attention; listen; be inclusive; don't gossip; show respect; be agreeable; apologize; give constructive criticism; and take responsibility.

Last week, Heuer came back to St. Vincent de Paul ...

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