Great things are happening in the Racine Unified School District every day! We are thrilled at the progress our students are making and will continue to share our results and exciting initiatives underway.
Congratulations to Walden III High School junior Sofia Osborne Scekic who was recently named a Wisconsin Senate Scholar!
The 2017-2018 School Choice window closed Jan. 15. Currently, our School Data team is working through the process of running the lottery.
Walden III High School has been nationally recognized as one of the best schools in the nation! Walden III is recognized in the National Rankings and earned a bronze medal by U.S. News & World Report.
Thank you to the nearly 1,500 community members and RUSD staff who provided valuable thoughts, ideas and hopes for what will make our middle schools a great choice.
Want to attend a school other than your boundary school? RUSD offers an opportunity for families who would like to apply for enrollment into one of RUSD’s magnet, charter or alternative schools or a school that is not your boundary school.
During weather or other emergencies, RUSD will now notify parents and guardians via text message.
Winter is upon us! In the event of inclement weather, here’s how you can learn about school closures or modifications to the school day.
Walden III Middle & High School is once again opening its doors to Racine for a ghoulish time. The third annual Haunted Hallways will be held this Friday, Oct. 28 from 6-9 p.m. at Walden III, 1012 Center St.
The Board approved the RUSD College and Career Readiness Indicators document. Going forward, every Racine Unified graduate must meet certain requirements.
The Racine Unified School District is offering free ACT boot camps to help students prepare for the ACT's.
This week is School Nutrition Association’s National School Lunch Week! This week recognizes the importance of a healthy school lunch and the impact it has on a child’s life both inside and outside of the classroom.
RUSD has made updates to our grading practices to ensure a fair and equitable grading system at all high schools for all students.
RUSD counselors, as well as representatives from the Wisconsin Educational Opportunity Program and from Great Lakes College Access Program, are hosting Financial Aid Information Night at Case, Horlick and Park High Schools.
RUSD's emergency contact information is now online! This means that all the information that was once on the paper emergency cards is now stored in Infinite Campus.
The Racine Unified School District is seeking the feedback from all of its stakeholders as we work to transform our middle schools.
This morning, RUSD welcomed nearly 20,000 students for the first day of the 2016-17 school year!
To kick off the 2016-17 school year, RUSD held a back to school pep rally, historically known as Institute Day, for all staff on Monday morning.
For the 2016-17 school year, full paid lunch prices have increased by $.10 at each grade level.
2016-17 RUSD Budget Keeps our Commitments to the Community: Educational Excellence, an Efficient Budget and Stable Property Taxes
2016-17 is poised to be one of the best school years yet for students in Racine Unified School District.