Starting this week, Knapp Community School will receive weekly visits every Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. from the Aurora Mobile Health Clinic, in partnership with Kenosha Community Health Center.
Incoming Case, Horlick and Park High School students are encouraged to sign up for the Summer Bridge Program running July 24- July 27!
Join us at RUSD’s Registration Event Thursday, July 19 or 26 from 1-6 p.m. at Zoe Ministries Outreach, 2130 Racine St., Mt. Pleasant, to get your child signed up today! We will have free pizza for families who register.
Students at Horlick High School earned a Team Academic All-State award from the Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin.
Starbuck Middle School hosted their Third Annual Starbuck Sister-to-Sister Banquet at Infusino's Banquet Hall on May 24th.
This award is given to outstanding high school students who contribute to peacemaking in the Racine community.
Four RUSD middle school students will be attending a summer STEM camp after earning a grant!
Nine RUSD students graduated from RUSD’s Transition Program on Wednesday, June 7.
Six Racine Unified seniors were awarded scholarships to pursue their educations either at two or four year colleges in the Fall of 2017.
On Monday, June 5, RUSD RITE Grant recipients hosted a showcase to show the community how they are using innovative technology to advance student learning in their classrooms.
Eighteen RUSD schools have been recognized by the Wisconsin RtI Center for their efforts in implementing a culturally responsive multi-level system of support!
7th & 8th grade students are required to read six of the following books including the guest author novel in order to be eligible to attend the English Festival in March 2018.
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.