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RUSD High Schools Host Freshmen Orientation Dec. 11

Case, Horlick and Park High Schools will host freshmen orientation for all incoming 9th graders on Monday, Dec. 11 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Interested in Running for a Seat on the School Board?

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The Racine Unified School District Board of Education seats in Districts 4, 5 and 6 are up for election this spring 2018.

School and Central Office Leaders Engage in Adaptive Schools Training

School and central office leaders

School and central office leaders engaged in Adaptive Schools training focusing on productive tools for developing collaborative groups in becoming effective and better equipped to resolve complex issues surrounding student learning.  Staff l

Case High School Food Truck Exhibition Hosted By The Culinary Arts Pathway Classes

Food Truck Event Flyer

The Culinary Arts Pathway classes are hosting the J.I. Case High School Food Truck Exhibition in mid December.

It's Time! The School Choice Window is Open Through Jan. 15

RUSD offers the opportunity for families to choose their school. If you'd like to apply for enrollment at a school other than your boundary area school, including the RUSD Montessori Program, My School. My Choice. schools, magnet, charter and alternative schools, please complete the online school choice enrollment application. 

Join Us for My School. My Choice. Choice Fairs

RUSD invites you to learn more about all our middle school options at one of our Choice Fairs!

Park High School Advanced Placement & Project Lead the Way Informational Sessions

Tuesday, December 19th, 2017, 6pm at Park High School library

Walden III Students Raise More Than $7,000 for Racine County Food Bank

Walden III Middle and High School celebrated Thanksgiving with the school's annual food drive and feast on Wednesday.

Horlick Madrigal Choir Performs for RUSD Schools

The Horlick High School Madrigal Choir made its rounds today performing for 12 RUSD schools.

Young entrepreneur wins highest seed grant in business pitch contest

Alex Hart

Alex Hart-Upendo of Build-a-Bow won Tuesday’s Gateway Technical College Launch Box business pitch competition and will receive a $5,000 seed grant for his company. 

Horlick High School Hosts WSMA Large Group Contest for String Orchestras

students playing the cello

Horlick High School hosted the WSMA Large Group Contest for String Orchestras on Thursday Nov. 16th. The Orchestras each performed musical literature from a designated contest list supplied by the Wisconsin State Music Association.

Sen. Van Wanggaard Explores The R.E.A.L. School

Students at The R.E.A.L. School got a very special opportunity to give State Sen. Van Wanggaard a tour of their new school.

RUSD Freshmen Experience SEE Your Future Expo

On Tuesday, Nov. 14, RUSD 9th grade students got the opportunity to explore more than 50 different careers and learn from area employers at the SEE Your Future Expo held at Gateway Technical College iMet Center and Fountain Hall.

Richard Kessler Visits Case High School

Richard Kessler, CEO of Kessler’s Diamonds spoke with Case High School business students on Thursday.  

Racine Unified School District hosts "Parent University"

View this WTMJ-4 news story about Parent University.

Park High School Puts On Fall Play - The Games A Foot

Show dates 11/30, 12/1 and 12/2 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $8 for Adults and $6 for students, staff and seniors.

Gilmore Students Celebrate at Fall Festival

Student throwing a pie

Students at Gilmore Middle School participated in a school wide fall festival to celebrate the end of the first quarter.    

WISN-TV Weather Team Visits Park High School Science Class

Meteorologists Chris Swaim and Mark Baden from WISN-TV, Channel 12 put on a presentation about weather to studets at Park High School. 

Case Baseball Fundraiser - Bowling for a Field

Case Bowling Flyer

Saturday, December 9th at 12:00 p.m. at The Lanes in Racine.

West Ridge Elementary Students Tape Principal George and Mr. Ticha to Wall as Reward for Good Behavior

West Ridge Elementary Students filled their Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) bucket full of paws this week.