Students at Gilmore Middle School participated in a school wide fall festival to celebrate the end of the first quarter.
Meteorologists Chris Swaim and Mark Baden from WISN-TV, Channel 12 put on a presentation about weather to studets at Park High School.
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.
RUSD’s two magnet elementary schools, Red Apple and Jefferson Lighthouse, will hold orientations, open to all families interested in enrolling.
Visit the Starbuck Middle School Holiday Fair on December 9th from 9am-3pm.
Saturday, Nov. 18 from 9am-3pm. Over 100 Vendors! Silent Auction, Sports Memorabilia, Handcrafted Items, Gift Items, Food & Refreshments.
In fall 2017, RUSD began the transition to Standards Based Grading and Learning. Click here to view the Parent's Guide to Standards Based Learning.
The Racine Unified School District is looking for parents, teachers and valued community members to join the Superintendent Advisory Council.
The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has approved a waiver allowing Racine Unified School District to adjust our 2017-2018 calendar to add five (5) ACT prep days.
Racine Unified high school teachers got the opportunity to hear from Dr. Bill Mitchell, Vice President of Foxconn during professional development on Friday.
Students at Jerstad-Agerholm know that being kind really rocks!
Halloween came early for students at Mitchell Elementary School! On Wednesday, Oct. 25, 4K, kindergarten, first and second grade students got the chance to dress up in their Halloween costumes and trick or treat through the hall.
Red Apple Elementary School advanced orchestra and band students presented their 6th annual Haunted 400 event on Wednesday, Oct. 25.
Only a few pieces of scenery dot the stage. A ladder represents the second floor of a house. A bare stage has become synonymous with “Our Town,” the Thornton Wilder American classic play set in the early 1900s in small town New Hampshire.
RUSD schools will hold Parent Teacher Conferences Thursday, Nov. 2 and Friday, Nov. 3. During these two days, parents have the opportunity to meet with their child's teacher to discuss their child's progress at school and find solutions to academic or behavioral problems.
Jazz band students at Horlick High School got the opportunity to learn from one of the best during a special guest appearance on Friday.
Students, families and staff at Wadewitz Elementary School are giving a special thank you to Ms. Kathy Ippolite after she donated $100,000 to help the school build its new playground.
RUSD is celebrating the hard work of 56 high school students for achieving AP Scholar status in 2017.
Gifford School student Alex Hart-Upendo has earned the title of Incredible Kid! Last month, the fifth grader was named the 2017 American Egg Board’s Incredible Kid.