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Check out our 2017-2018 Report to our Community!

Check out our 2017-2018 Report to our Community! Each year, RUSD highlights excellent stories from students, staff and our community in our Report to our Community and this year is full of RUSD pride!

Mitchell Elementary Students Participate in Respect Poster Contest

Students at Mitchell Elementary School are all about respect!

Julian Thomas Classroom Champions Community Projects

Julian Thomas Students

Students at Julian Thomas Elementary School are making the most of the new year! Students in Amy Simon's second grade class have been busy helping their school and the Racine community grow stronger. Take a look at what they've been up to!

Open Call Auditions for Shrek the Musical

Horlick High School Theater will hold open call auditions on Wednesday, Jan. 17 and Thursday, Jan. 18 from 6-8 p.m. for children ages 8-13 for Shrek the Musical.

Case High School Hosts Regional DECA Competition

On Saturday, Jan. 6 approximately 600 students from Southeast Wisconsin high schools attended the annual DECA District Competitive Events Conference at Case High School. 

Santa Surprises Wadewitz Students at Horlick Holiday Assembly

Santa Claus could be found wandering the halls of Horlick High School on Thursday. Santa made a special stop at Horlick to deliver presents to kindergarten students from Wadewitz Elementary School on his way to the North Pole.

Washington Park High School HOSA Chapter Supports Wisconsin Humane Society Racine Campus

Washington Park High School student members of the HOSA Future Health Professional Chapter supported the Wisconsin Humane Society Racine Campus through several activities. 

Holiday Backpacks Filled with Cheer for Mitchell Elementary Students

Roughly 20 Mitchell Elementary School staff collected toys, sweets and treats for several Mitchell Elementary School students in need this holiday season.

Dr. Chris Neff Selected to Yearlong Fellowship Program

Congratulations to RUSD’s Career and Technical Education Director Dr. Christopher Neff for being selected for the National Leadership Fellowship Program.

RUSD Students Shop with a Cop

RUSD, the Racine Police Department and the Mt. Pleasant Police Department partnered to host the 3rd annual "Shop with a Cop” on Saturday, Dec. 16.

Case High School Students Excel at SkillsUSA Competition

Seven Case High School students took home some hardware after a District 5 SkillsUSA competition at Bradley Tech High School earlier this month.

Music Scholarships Awarded at the 41st Annual High Renaissance Feast

41st Annual High Renaissance Feast

On the closing night of the 41st Annual High Renaissance Feast, the following students received music scholarships in these increments.

Gifford Student Wins Grand Prize at American Egg Board’s "You’re Incredible Because…" Contest

Alex Hart-Upendo

11 year old Gifford student, Alex Hart-Upendo, was selected as the American Egg Board’s You’re Incredible Because… contest grand prize winner.

Park High School Culinary Arts Students Host Second Food Truck Face Off

students at food truck stand

Park High School culinary arts students hosted their second Food Truck Face Off on Thursday December 6th.  Students in Lindsey Joseph's Culinary Arts 2 class broke up into groups and put together a theme, logo, slogan, menu, bu

Case Freshman Orientation December 11th

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Case High School Celebrates 53 National Honor Society Students

Case High School is celebrating 53 National Honor Society members in 2017! On Nov. 14, Case recognized these remarkable student’s for their academic successes during a special induction ceremony.

RUSD High Schools Host Freshmen Orientation Dec. 11

Case, Horlick and Park High Schools will host freshmen orientation for all incoming 9th graders on Monday, Dec. 11 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Interested in Running for a Seat on the School Board?

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The Racine Unified School District Board of Education seats in Districts 4, 5 and 6 are up for election this spring 2018.

School and Central Office Leaders Engage in Adaptive Schools Training

School and central office leaders

School and central office leaders engaged in Adaptive Schools training focusing on productive tools for developing collaborative groups in becoming effective and better equipped to resolve complex issues surrounding student learning.  Staff l

Case High School Food Truck Exhibition Hosted By The Culinary Arts Pathway Classes

Food Truck Event Flyer

The Culinary Arts Pathway classes are hosting the J.I. Case High School Food Truck Exhibition in mid December.