RUSD is celebrating the hard work of 56 high school students for achieving AP Scholar status in 2017.
RUSD is going green! Now, parents/guardians can access their child’s report card online at any time.
RUSD is offering six one-day ACT Boot Camps open to all high school students who are taking the ACT. All students in grades 9-11 participate in the ACT Suite of exams.
Racine Unified School District has gone mobile! RUSD now has a new way to help parents, students and community members stay connected with schools as we introduce our NEW mobile app!
RUSD's emergency contact information is online! This means that all the information that was once on the paper emergency cards is now stored in Infinite Campus.
RUSD elementary, middle and high schools will hold Open House this fall. Please click here for dates and times.
Racine Unified School District Enrollment Center will hold extended hours beginning August 31 – September 7 every Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. for families to register and enroll in the District for the 2017-2018 school year.
This award is given to outstanding high school students who contribute to peacemaking in the Racine community.
Six Racine Unified seniors were awarded scholarships to pursue their educations either at two or four year colleges in the Fall of 2017.
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.
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.
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.
Several RUSD students earned 2017 US History Awards from the RUSD Social Studies Department and the Racine Heritage Museum.
Every senior at Walden III High School must go through the Rite of Passage Experience (R.O.P.E.) in order to graduate. On Wednesday, students celebrated with a special ceremony.
On Monday, June 5, from 4:30-6 p.m. at Knapp Elementary School, 2701 17th St., we invite you to come explore RUSD’s RITE Grant recipient projects and see how these educators are using innovative technology to advance learning.
Congratulations to the eighty-five RUSD employees whose contributions to the District were celebrated on Thursday, May 18 at the annual retirement dinner.
A free ACT half-credit prep course is being offered this summer by the Racine Unified School District.
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.
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.