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Saying Goodbye to the Bull Fine Arts Building

Former and current students, parents, teachers and community members visited Bull Fine Arts on Friday, May 11 to say "goodbye" to the 104-year-old facility.

Girls at Dr. Jones are Racing Towards Success

Students at Dr. Jones Elementary School are on the run! A new program, Girls on the Run, is designed to enhance social, psychological and physical skills and behaviors to successfully navigate life experiences - and it's working!

RUSD Honors Almost 1,500 Years of Service at Annual Retirement Dinner

Congratulations to the 54 RUSD employees whose contributions to the District were celebrated on Thursday, May 10 at the annual retirement dinner.

Sophomores & Juniors: Sign Up for ACT Prep this Summer

If you are taking the ACT for the first time or are looking to improve your score, this class is for you! Students will learn prep strategies that will specifically assist students in learning the essential study skills needed to do well on the ACT.

Sign Up for the 2018 Summer School Musical - The Hunchback of Notre Dame

This summer, RUSD will present The Hunchback of Notre Dame as the 2018 Summer School Musical! 

Help the Community Say Goodbye to the Bull Fine Arts Elementary School Building

Please join the Bull Fine Arts Elementary School community in saying goodbye to the current Stephen Bull Fine Arts building, 815 DeKoven Ave., on Friday, May 11 from 6-8:30 p.m. 

SC Johnson Gives $100K to Local Schools

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SC Johnson gives $100K to local schools through a program that started in January that involved local students writing essays about the book Wonder. Over 1,000 essays were written.

Become an RUSD Parent Liaison!

RUSD is currently seeking candidates interested in becoming an RUSD Parent Liaison to support positive relationships between staff, students, families and community agencies.

Attention 8th Graders: Sign up for the Summer Bridge Program Today!

Incoming Case, Horlick and Park High School students are encouraged to sign up for the Summer Bridge Program running August 13-16!

Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary School Students Showcase Final IB Project

On Thursday, May 3, Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary School students wrapped up their final IB project during their IB Exhibition held at the school.

Way to Go K-8 Math Meet Participants!

Gifford School hosted the first K-8 Math Meet on Monday, April 30. Students from RUSD’s K-8 schools participated in this event.

West Ridge Vendor & Craft Fair is This Saturday!

West Ridge is hosting a Vendor & Craft Fair on Saturday, May 5 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at West Ridge Elementary School. 

RUSD Congratulates 12 IB Full Diploma Candidates

Congratulations to the 12 International Baccalaureate (IB) Full Diploma candidates from Case High School’s Class of 2018.

Family Empowerment Day 2018 was a Huge Success!

On Saturday, April 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Case High School opened its doors for the third annual Family Empowerment Day!

The R.E.A.L. School Celebrates 3rd Annual College Signing Day

Students Holding College Penant

The R.E.A.L. School recently celebrated their 3rd Annual College Signing Day on Monday, April 30 as a way of supporting the ACP Process.  The guest speaker was Dr.

Case Eagle Theater Hosts William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing

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Case Eagle Theater Hosts William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing

RUSD High School Students Earn Dual Credit, Save Thousands on Free Tuition

RUSD juniors and seniors are earning college credits at no cost by completing Dual Credit, college-level courses taught in our five high schools through a partnership with Gateway Technical College.

RUSD Students Earn Medals at State SkillsUSA Competition

Students from Case, Horlick and Park High Schools attended the state SkillsUSA conference in Madison last week and brought home several medals!

Celebrate Children's Mental Health Day May 10

One in five teens lives with a mental health condition and yet more than half are not getting the help they need. Stigma remains a huge barrier to teens seeking help. 

West Ridge IB's Planting a Promise Project

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During "Red Ribbon Week" this past October, West Ridge IB planted over 400 red tulips and promised to live a healthy, drug-free life. Students made connections between taking care of plants and making good choices for their own bodies.