Students at Starbuck, Mitchell and Gilmore Fine Arts have been participating in 'Girls Who Code.' This ten-week program brought middle schoolers together to collaborate on the design, coding and testing of games and interactiv
Horlick High School students got the opportunity to explore Gateway Technical College's Mobile FAB Lab. This included 3D printers, CNC machines, Laser machines and virtual welding - all to Horlick High School classrooms!
Congratulations to North Park Elementary School for having earned a 2018-19 Wisconsin Title I School of Recognition Award! Since 2003, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has recognized Title I schools that have demonstrated success in educating students.
RUSD's swimming & diving programs at Case and Horlick High School have earned Academic All-American and Academic All-State honors in 2019!
The Mitchell Middle School Symphony Band, under the direction of Rex Rukavina, recently competed in the 2019 Heritage Music Festival in New York City, New York taking a silver award and second place.
RUSD's esports teams competed at the state tournament in Fond du Lac this past weekend. They didn't take home any state titles but say their experience was worth more than the gold.
Hundreds of families took part in Family Empowerment Day this past Saturday. The event, held at Case High School, was free and open to the entire community!
In the world of education, learning is often at its most powerful when we can bring the content we are studying to life. On April 11, the Starbuck IB Engineering Club had the unique opportunity to take part in this type of learning when they visited the Batten International Airport for a field trip.
J.I. Case High School sent 6 business students to the Wisconsin FBLA State Conference in Green Bay, WI Sunday April 7th, 2019.
Racine Unified School District's Special Olympics team, coached by Deputy Chief Bill Macemon and his wife, competed at the state competition last month and took home some hardware!
In Racine Unified, we recognize the growing need for mental health professionals in schools. That's why we have partnered with Children's Hospital to bring full-time therapists to several of its elementary schools.
Congratulations to the Horlick High School Instrumental Music Department on their outstanding performances in New Orleans on March 30th!
Julia VanOudenhoven, an International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP) art specialist at Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary School got her article published on the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) blog.
Racine Unified’s Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) chapters have earned the Healthy Vision Award from Prevent Blindness Wisconsin.
On Tuesday, March 26, twenty-eight CTE students from the Education and Technical Services Academy attended a field trip to Modine Manufacturing and Engineering Company.
RUSD students a part of the mentoring program at Janes, North Park, West Ridge and Turning Point Academy were invited to attend a Milwaukee Bucks game on March 24.
Children’s Hospital and RUSD are excited to offer an opportunity for your child to participate in group therapy- an excellent way to learn and practice new skills, develop self-confidence, become more self-aware, and build resilience.
Not many fourth graders can say they’re a published author. But, Emanuel Montero can. Earlier this year, Emanuel, a fourth grader at Julian Thomas Elementary School, co-wrote the book “The Slugs” with his friend Eduardo.
Starbuck Middle School (an IB World School) students presented their Community Projects on Thursday. This year-long project is the culminating event for all 8th graders in all International Baccalaureate schools around the world.
Visit Park High School's Craft and Vendor Fair on Saturday, March 30 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Park High School.