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 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
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.
Students from Case, Horlick and Park High Schools attended the state SkillsUSA conference in Madison last week and brought home several medals!
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.
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.
Parents won’t want to miss children’s media expert and author Nicole Dreiske, one of the nation’s most respected pioneers in the study and understanding of how children engage with screens.
The Mitchell Middle School Symphony Band, under the direction of Rex Rukavina, recently competed in the 2018 Heritage Music Festival in Atlanta, GA taking a silver award and second place.
Each student at Schulte Elementary School created a personalized painted rock that will be part of a permanent art display at the school.
This week, Red Apple Elementary students welcomed families and community members to their annual STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math) Fair!
On Saturday, April 14, 11 students from Horlick High School participated in the regional French speaking competition at Carthage College.
It’s a straight up, laugh your head off, get crazy and cheer improv comedy night as Case and Park Theater students join forces to bring you the best improv ever!
Happy National Volunteer Week! RUSD would like to thank our more than 3,000 RUSD volunteers who serve our schools every day!
Shrek The Musical ends Horlick Theater Arts season in the Joseph L. Mooney Theater and runs April 20th – 28th 2018.
The Gilmore Middle School Music Department had a very rewarding and fun time in Nashville, TN taking home several awards, including the Choral Sweepstakes award for the school with the two highest scoring choirs!
Horlick High School Principal Angela Apmann, along with Superintendent Dr. Lolli Haws, Board of Education President Bob Wittke, Racine Mayor Cory Mason, County Executive Jonathan Delagrave and Kurt Coffey, Vice President of Parts & Service from CNHi, cut the red ribbon officially opening Horlick's new science wing on Monday, April 9.
Eighth grade students at McKinley Middle School presented their Passion Projects, a cumulating project of students IB Middle Years Programme, last month.
Case High School students are blasting off to Houston! Seniors Tyler Matson and Elvin Sam, along with sophomores Randall Sinner and Cole Zeitz have been invited work with NASA engineers on a project to reduce waste in space.
Twelve students from Mitchell and Gifford Middle Schools participated in the Welding and Manufacturing Camp organized by Case High School technology education teacher, Alex DeBaker, last month.