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.
On May 5, 2017, 38 Case High School Eagle Theater students travelled by city bus to Starbuck Middle School to teach their Break the Hate Habit workshop. The workshop uses high school students who have been trained to become leaders in using dynamic theater techniques with diverse groups.
Congratulations to the 16 International Baccalaureate (IB) Full Diploma candidates from Case High School this year. They have completed a lot of work to get to this point!
On Tuesday, May 9, the Racine PTA Council held its annual Scholarship Banquet at ROMA Lodge. Nineteen RUSD seniors earned $1,000 scholarships to use towards their higher education.
Racine Unified School District’s Director of Health Services Ms. Sue Stroupe has been named the Wisconsin Association of School Nurses (WASN) School Nurse Administrator of the Year!
The 2017 RUSD Student Art Exhibition is open to the public at the Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts from April 30th through May 20th. The exhibition features work from RUSD students of all ages ranging from pre-kindergarten all the way to high school seniors.
On Saturday, May 6, RUSD held its second annual Family Empowerment Day at Park High School.
On May 4, 2017, during the fourth annual Encore! Awards in Education event, 131 RUSD educators were recognized for their success in improving achievement for RUSD students.
Several RUSD schools participated in the STEAM Showcase at Gateway iMET on May 4.
More than 50 students at Case High School celebrated their commitment to higher education during College Signing Day.
Dr. Jones Elementary School Teacher, Casey Salazar, received a Meemic Foundation grant for $250 from the North Shore Educators Insurance Agency.
Please read the following letter sent to parents regarding the Academies of Racine - Case Declaration Ceremony sent on May 3rd, 2017.
Twenty students from Case, Park and Horlick High Schools participated at a Juried Art Show this weekend in downtown Racine. Students from Case High School won 4 of the 5 awards at the show.
On April 25-26 students from Case, Horlick and Park High Schools participated at the 44th annual Wisconsin SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills conference in Madison, a CTE leadership and technical skills competition.
Park High School senior Emma Widmar has been selected as a semifinalist for the 2017 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
Many of the teachers at Jefferson Lighthouse School have been growing potatoes in their classroom throughout the year. Their hard work led to a visit from the Spudmobile on Wednesday, April 26.
The REAL School hosted their 2nd Annual College Signing Day on Tuesday, April 25. The entire school was in attendance to make the connection between the classroom and college/career-readiness.
The Gifford School 4K students are celebrating the Week of the Young Child this week. Today they put on a parade for their friends and family. Each class made their own float containing artwork from the children.