Julian Thomas Elementary School students had a ton of fun at the PBIS Spring Carnival this past weekend.
This weekend, RUSD celebrated more than 1,000 seniors who walked across the stage at Case, Horlick, Park, REAL and Walden III High Schools to accept their diplomas.
Racine Unified School District and United Way of Racine County are celebrating the end of another successful Schools of Hope year.
Several Racine Unified staff members and community partners were honored at Phi Delta Kappa Awards Banquet earlier this month. The honorees were recognized for excellence in education.
Knapp Elementary is one of two schools in the district that has reinvented parent/teacher conferences and holds an academic parent/teacher team meeting to engage parents within a group.
Walden III High School senior Carly Dow and Horlick High School senior Hannah Carls each received $500 scholarships for college from Pi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma.
Fifth graders at Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary School organized an underwear and sock drive for the homeless.
Several RUSD students earned 2017 US History Awards from the RUSD Social Studies Department and the Racine Heritage Museum.
Every senior at Walden III High School must go through the Rite of Passage Experience (R.O.P.E.) in order to graduate. On Wednesday, students celebrated with a special ceremony.
One of the Racine County K9 Units visited Jerstad-Agerholm Elementary School. Students were able to pet the dog and learn about the role a dog plays in policing.
On Monday, May 22, RUSD freshmen from Case, Horlick and Park High Schools declared their Academy Pathway as part of their journey in the Academies of Racine.
SC Johnson Elementary School fifth grader Taylor Sisk will take part in a unique academic development experience, the National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Pathways to STEM this summer.
On Monday, June 5, from 4:30-6 p.m. at Knapp Elementary School, 2701 17th St., we invite you to come explore RUSD’s RITE Grant recipient projects and see how these educators are using innovative technology to advance learning.
Congratulations to the eighty-five RUSD employees whose contributions to the District were celebrated on Thursday, May 18 at the annual retirement dinner.
Fifth-graders from Racine Unified Schools took a field trip to Gateway Technical College for the day to learn from some of Racine’s prominent Hispanic professionals
A free ACT half-credit prep course is being offered this summer by the Racine Unified School District.
On Saturday, May 13, ten students from Horlick High School and two from Park earned gold medals at the Wisconsin State Concours Oral, a statewide French speaking competition.
Ask Mayeli Garcia or Marie Redding, students at Walden II,I or Johanna Honore, or Jenna Swiertz from Case High School what they did for spring break and you're in for an excited recital of a variety of experiences.
A seminar hosted at Gateway Technical College gave area high school instructors the training on Snap-on torque wrenches, which will help them provide training to their students to successfully enter their chosen career or college program.
Racine Early Education Center students welcomed their grandparents to school today for the annual Grandparents Breakfast.