VaLisa Harmon, a library media teacher at Wadewitz Elementary School, along with a number of her students, contributed to the development and testing of a new online video game, Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case, released Wednesday, Oct. 10 on WPTeducation.org.
The annual Case High School Craft and Vendor Fair will be held Saturday, November 3 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Case High School Field House, 7345 Washington Ave.
On Thursday, Oct. 18, RUSD celebrated 105 Encore! Awards in Education winners. These RUSD staff members have demonstrated success in the classroom, fostered excellent academic achievement and consistently contribute to making their school or workplace a better place.
On Tuesday, Oct. 16, two-time NBA All-Star, basketball analyst and author Caron Butler could be found at Roosevelt Elementary School as principal for the day as he continues his goal of using his platform to give back and inspire.
Case High School Theater presents Macbeth Nov. 9, 10 & 11 at Case High School. Watch what happens when three witches put a bloody curse on a brave Scottish warrior!
They say it takes a village to raise a child. At the Racine Unified School District, we know the importance of raising Racine, together.
Racine Unified Schools Department of Language Acquisition (Title III) and Gilmore Fine Arts are excited to provide classes for anyone interested in learning English.
Beginning this fall, RUSD is implementing the use of ALiCE, an active shooter response training program, (i.e. alert, lockdown, inform, counter and evacuate) in all of our schools. Security experts across the country believe, as do we, that the use of these additional procedures will enhance student and staff safety.
Dozens of RUSD families participated in the Million Fathers March on Thursday, Sept. 27.
On Thursday, Sept. 27, Giese Elementary School students got a chance to talk with Leon Logothetis, creator of the Netflix series and book, Kindness Diaries.
Hosted by Racine Area Manufacturers and Commerce (RAMAC), Superintendent Dr. Eric Gallien addressed the community about the progress of the District, including the Academies of Racine, at a luncheon held at Roma Lodge.
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.
On Monday, Sept. 24, Park High School students and staff and members of Educators Credit Union officially cut the red ribbon to open a Credit Union within the school store.
Gilmore Fine Arts library and maker space are now complete!
The Academies of Racine at Case, Horlick and Park High Schools will host an Academies Showcase Nov. 26, 27 and 28.
RUSD elementary schools celebrated the Day of Peace with an outdoor event where students decorated pinwheels, sang songs and drew what peace means to them in an effort to promote peace at their school and in their lives.
All RUSD high school juniors will participate in the ACT practice test on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Because of this, there will be no school for students in grades 9, 10 and 12.
The Racine Unified School District is excited to unveil our first Academies of Racine Annual Report to our community! This report is full of stories highlighting our talented and impressive students and staff. Take a look now and make sure to share the news!
Case High School graduate Dwight Holley earned the Ford Blue Oval STEM Scholarship – earning $2,500 toward his higher education, renewable for four years!
On Tuesday, Sept. 4, RUSD welcomed back nearly 20,000 students for the 2018-2019 school year.