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98 RUSD Seniors Commit to Gateway Technical College

Last week, 98 Racine Unified seniors committed to continuing their Career and Technical Education (CTE) journey at Gateway Technical College after high school graduation.

Twenty RUSD High School Students Headed to State SkillsUSA Competition

Case and Horlick High School SkillsUSA Chapters competed at the 6th annual SkillsUSA Regional Contest held at Gateway on Feb. 10.

Two Case High School Students Earn Michael E. Batten Memorial Scholarship

Congratulations to Case High School students Taylor Shufelt and Anneliese Tomlinson who earned the 2017 Junior Achievement Michael E. Batten Memorial Scholarship. 

Giese principal & staff sport new look thanks to students

Giese Elementary School Principal Mr. Hyland promised to shave off his beard if Giese students surpassed the school’s fall 2016 Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessment goals. The students sure did and that’s the short of it.

McKinley Middle School Students Learn from the Pros

A group of students from McKinley Middle School spent the day learning from the pros during a field trip to A&E Manufacturing in Racine. 

Case High School Graduate Appears on Jeopardy!

Case High School graduate Allison Holley won $5,000 after being a contestant on the Jeopardy College Championship.

Horlick High School Seniors Prepare for the Future

Horlick High School senior Jazmin Salazar knows that it’s important to go to college. She also knows that it can be expensive and it’s definitely a lot of work. That’s why, on Wednesday, Jan. 25, you could find Salazar in the library with other fellow classmates learning more about the Gateway Promise.

Learn More About RUSD's New Elementary Math Curriculum

On Tuesday, Jan. 31, RUSD invited elementary school families with children in grades K-5 to a special presentation regarding Origo Stepping Stones.

The FBI and Gilmore Join Forces to Bring Adopt-A-School Program to Racine

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has added Gilmore Middle School to its Adopt-A-School program. On Tuesday, Jan. 31, Special Agent Justin Tolomeo and Gilmore Principal Ms. Amanda Jordan joined forces to kick off the program.

Rebels Inspired by “Professional Teenager”

The entire student body at Horlick High School filed into the fieldhouse on Wednesday afternoon. It’s not very often the entire school comes together, but this was a special occasion. Josten’s Renaissance Education speaker Mike Smith was in town.

Important Update Regarding School Choice

The 2017-2018 School Choice window closed Jan. 15. Currently, our School Data team is working through the process of running the lottery.

RUSD Student-Athletes Commit to Future on the Field

REAL School senior Genevieve Cruz solidified her plans to be a future Cornhusker when she signed her Letter of Intent to play Division 1 soccer for the University of Nebraska.

Case High School Information Sessions for Incoming Students

The Case High School counseling staff is hosting informational sessions for incoming students.

RUSD Extended Learning Sponsoring Free Financial Seminars

The RUSD Extended Learning Office is sponsoring three free financial seminars. Click to learn more!

Project SEARCH Information Night

RUSD students, family and the community is invited to attend Project SEARCH Information Night to learn about an exciting transition program for individuals with disabilities.

Join us for a Math Information Night!

RUSD is hosting a Math Curriculum Elementary Family Night at Park High School on 

Winter Carnival at Red Apple

Red Apple EC & PCOC held their annual winter carnival! The theme of this year’s carnival was all about travel. 

RUSD Middle School Students Experience GEMS Conference

More than 300 7th and 8th grade girls got the opportunity to learn more about what interests them during the 4th annual Girls Empowered by Math & Science (GEMS) conference held at UW-Parkside on Wednesday, Jan. 18.

RUSD High School Freshmen Committed to Graduate

Case and Horlick High School’s class of 2020 is committed to graduate!

Case DECA Medals and Qualifies for State

On January 7th approximately 500 students from Southeast Wisconsin high schools attended the annual DECA District Competitive Events Conference here at J.I. Case High School.

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