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CBS 58 Meteorologist Presents Weather Safety to Dr. Jones Elementary Students

weather experiment

Dr. Jones Elementary School students were visited today by Chief Meteorologist, Drew Burgoyne, from WDJT CBS 58 TV News.

Jefferson Lighthouse Celebrates Twin Day

students dressed as twins

Jefferson Lighthouse students celebrated Twin Day today, organized by IB Ambassadors.  Students, teachers and staff dressed the same and were very creative in their wardrobe choices.

Walden III Students Raise Money for Solar Energy at Veterans Village

On Wednesday, February 6, Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin celebrated the installation of a 19.8-kilowatt solar array at the SC Johnson Community Center with a special ribbon-cutting ceremony. Contributing partners RENEW Wisconsin, Walden III High School and installer Arch Electric also shared in the celebration. 

How Will RUSD Make Up the Days Missed Due to Weather?

Due to record-breaking cold temperatures and inclement weather, the Racine Unified School District must modify our calendar to make up instructional time lost last week. Here's how we will do that.

RUSD Applies for 21st Century Community Learning Center Grants

Racine Unified School District is applying for 21st Century Community Learning Center grants to fund before and after-school opportunities for students. 

Dr. Gallien Earns Education Award at 7th Annual Heritage Ball

On Saturday, Feb. 2, several RUSD staff, including Superintendent Dr. Eric Gallien, earned special recognition during the 7th annual Heritage Ball.

Case High School Violinist Selected for Honors Performance

Ellie Lutterman, a student at Case High School, has been selected for the 2019 High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall. She will perform violin in February with the High School Honors Symphony Orchestra.

Celebrating 12 Amazing Emerging Leaders in RUSD

Racine Unified is very honored to present 12 high school students who exhibit leadership in their schools and community and serve as role models for our younger students. 

Important Changes to the RUSD App for Android Customers

Beginning the week of Feb. 4, RUSD app users will be required to update their app to receive push notifications due to a change in Google. 

Get Your Tickets for Cinderella Presented by Case Theater

Case High School Performing Arts and RUSD AfterZones program presents Cinderella Feb. 22 at 7 p.m., Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 24 at 2 p.m. at the Case High School Theater, 7345 Washington Ave.

Park High School HOSA Students Honor School Resource Officers

Park High School HOSA students honored their school resource officers on Jan. 9 during National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Students brought cookies and thanked the SRO's for their service to Park High School.

Want Winter Weather Alerts? Text 'Yes' to 67587

You can now get all the latest RUSD information straight to your cell phone without ever having to answer the phone! RUSD will now notify parents and guardians via text message with important District and school information. 

RESCHEDULED: Calling all Student Actors! Audition for Beauty and the Beast Feb. 13

 Horlick High School Theater will hold open call auditions on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at 6 p.m. for children ages 8-13 for select roles in Beauty and the Beast. Auditions will be held at Joseph L. Mooney Theater, 2119 Rapids Dr., in Racine. Roles are available for 4 or more elementary and middle school students.

Check Out These Little Builders at our First Home Depot Kids Workshop!

Check out these little builders at our first Home Depot Kids Workshop!

Girls Get Empowered by Math and Science

More than 400 7th and 8th-grade girls got the opportunity to learn more about what interests them during the 6th annual Girls Empowered by Math & Science (GEMS) conference held at UW-Parkside.

High School Students Share Experience in Freshman Seminar Class

The Academies of Racine offered at Case, Horlick and Park High Schools are small learning communities that provide real-world experiences with local businesses and professionals, linking schoolwork and the workplace.

Park High School to Host WSMA Concert Music Festival

Students from area schools will participate in a Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) sanctioned Concert Music Festival hosted at Park High School on Saturday, February 9. 

Case High School Hosts Largest DECA Competition, 18 Students Advance to State

On January 12, roughly 700 students from Southeast Wisconsin high schools attended the annual DECA District Career Development Conference at Case High School. An unprecedented 178 students from Case High School competed on Saturday.

Mitchell Students Learn About Leaders of Peace

Students at Mitchell Middle School participated in the Peace Learning Circles Workshop today.

Jefferson Lighthouse Students "Mix It Up" at Lunch

Students Wearing Sunglasses

Jefferson Lighthouse students were able to "Mix It Up" at lunch. The initiative comes from Teaching Tolerance, and it encourages students to identify, question, and cross social boundaries.