RENAISSANCE HIGH SCHOOL
891 infected across 140 new coronavirus outbreaks at Michigan schools
Michigan identified 140 new COVID-19 outbreaks linked to schools last week, which was 61% more than the previous week, according to the state’s weekly school outbreaks report for Monday, Nov. 22. Those coronavirus outbreaks resulted in the infection of at least 891 students and staff, which brought the state’s total known infections from active school-linked outbreaks to 7,963 individuals. Related: New COVID outbreaks increase 45% in Michigan, per Nov. 22 reportSchools continue to be the most common setting for reported COVID-19 outbreaks. Among the 140 new school outbreaks, 24 involved 10 or more students and staff. Outbreak data for K-12 schools includes only cases in which the student or staff was infected at school or at a school-related function.mlive.com
Molina Healthcare giving away more than 5,000 new coats to needy families at Detroit school
DETROIT Molina Healthcare is giving away more than 5,000 new coats to individuals and families in need Saturday, Nov. 2 at Renaissance High School in Detroit. The 4th annual Molina HOPE Winter Coat Giveaway will also offer free haircuts, family-fun activities, refreshments, and more. Molina Healthcare of Michigan and its event partners are hosting the Molina HOPE Winter Coat Giveaway. In addition hats, gloves and scarves will be provided to preregistered attendees and the public on a first-come, first-served basis. Renaissance High School is located at 6565 West Outer Drive Detroit, Michigan 48235.
Families want answers after 2 friends killed during robbery attempt on Detroit's east side
DETROIT - The families of two friends fatally shot during an attempted robbery on Detroit's east side are still looking for answers more than two months after their deaths. Brady Tysinger, 27, and Cornelius "Pierre" Barnes, 27, were shot and killed July 28 in the 19300 block of Keating Street, between Emery Street and Lantz Avenue in Detroit, officials said. Tysinger went to Renaissance High School, where he became a champion at chess and played football. He went to the University of Michigan to study architecture and worked for Thing Thing in Detroit. Barnes went to Redford High School and eventually started his own garage door company.