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Roosevelt Hosts Event to Promote Literacy

On January 31, female students at Roosevelt Elementary in grades K-5 sat with their mothers for a fancy event to promote literacy. The event theme was based on Jane O’Conner’s book character Fancy Nancy.

REAL School Raises $1,000 for Police K-9 Vest

On March 18th, REAL School participated in a McTeacher's Night to raise funds for a stab/bullet proof vest for the Racine County Sheriff's Office and Deputy Clemens as he was scheduled to receive a new police K-9, NOX.

Rebel Machine Youth Football Camp

The Horlick High School football coaching staff is hosting the Rebel Machine Youth Football Camp on July 9 and 10. The camp is open to all youths entering grades 1-8.

Knapp Students Build Confidence on Field Trip to Mt. McKinley

Physical Education Teacher Jacob Kusters led fifth-grade students from Knapp Elementary School on an exciting adventure to Mt. McKinley, the climbing wall at McKinley Middle School.

Case Diver Selected to All-American Diving Selection Committee

Case High School junior diver Cassidy Bose was sel

Nine RUSD Students Receive 2014 Peacemaker Award

Congratulations to the RUSD high school students who received 2014 Peacemaker Awards. Below is more information about each of the recipients, as written by their respective nominators. 

Congrats to Case Machine Fabrication Systems Students!

Congratulations to the senior class of Case High School Machine Fabrication Systems students! Collins Cousins is going to Carthage to play football and get his business degree.

Summer Administrative Service Campus Hours

Racine Unified School District will once again implement a summer hours program for Administrative Service Campus staff beginning Monday, June 23 through Friday, Aug.

Lighthouse Brigade Band Championships

The Lighthouse Brigade of Racine Band Championships will be held July 18 at Hammes Field at Case High School, 7345 Washington Ave. at 7 p.m. (rain or shine).

Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Christopher Mason

Racine Unified School District alumnus Dr. Christopher Mason is an assistant professor at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York.

RUSD Celebrates 16 IB Full Diploma Candidates

Congratulations to the 16 International Baccalaureate (IB) Full Diploma candidates from Case High School this year. They have completed a lot of work to get to this point!

Mitchell Middle Students Attend Civil War Reenactment

Mitchell Middle School's annual Civil War reenactment was held at Sanders Park on May 23.

Jerstad-Agerholm Middle Attends Junior Achievement Finance Park

Jerstad-Agerholm Middle School has a new focus this year and has adopted “Business Education for a New Century” to guide student learning.  All students are taking business courses and this year all eighth gr

Summer Food Service Program Starts June 24

Stressing the importance of offering nutritious meals to children during the summer months, Racine Unified School District announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program again this year.

Park Students Receive Honors in State French Competition

Several Park High School and Gilmore Middle School students competed in the State French forensics competition (Concours Oral) on May 2 at Milton Middle School.

Dine-In Fundraiser to Support the Horlick High School PTSA

On Wednesday, May 28, the Horlick High School PTSA will be part of a fundraiser at Jose's Blue Sombrero, 6430 Washington Ave.

Free ACT Prep Course to be Offered This Summer

If you are taking the ACT for the first time or looking to improve your score, the free ACT prep course being offered this summer by Racine Unified School District is for you.

Message from School Board

At this time, we are unable to provide any further information regarding a pending investigation related to Superintendent Haws; please know that we will ensure that a full and fair investigation is completed and

Winner Announced for Anti-Truancy Video Contest

This year's winner of the District-wide Anti-Truancy Video Contest is S.C. Johnson Elementary School! The results were announced at an event held at the Golden Rondelle Theatre on May 20.

Remembering Schools' Namesake on Memorial Day

As we eagerly anticipate the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, a time for remembrance of our fallen men and women who died while our serving country in the armed services, we would like to take a moment to remember t