The drivers of Durham School Services safely drive Racine area’s most precious resource, our children, to and from school daily.
Horlick High School's Legacy Leaders are in the middle of their ‘Put A Sock In It.’ sock drive! Their goal is to collect NEW socks and distribute them to those in need in their community.
Recently, there have been many stories in the media about threats to schools across the country and locally. We are taking this opportunity to ask that our families speak with their children about the seriousness of making threats of violence towards or at a school.
The West Ridge ‘Wildcats’ earned a Winter Wonderland Day for filling the ‘All School’ PAWS Bucket. Since the beginning of the school year students learned the schools PBIS expectations to promote a positive school culture.
Thanks to the United Way of Racine County for partnering with Jerome I. Case High School to provide this excellent hands-on learning opportunity for our students through the Academies of Racine.
In honor of Black History Month check the WHO AM I person of the day in 219. There are clues of WHO this person is. The student who can finds out WHO the mystery person in Black History is will receive a prize. Good Luck.
Case High School students are volunteering to give tax prep assistance through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
On Monday, Feb. 19, the Board of Education approved the calendar for the 2018-2019 calendar.
On Saturday, Feb. 17, the Racine Heritage Committee honored three RUSD staff members with awards at their annual Heritage Ball this past weekend.
The last day of the 2017-2018 school year will now be Wednesday, June 13 due to the inclement weather day on Friday, Feb. 9.