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RUSD Offers Free Summer Meals to Community

RUSD is once again participating in the Summer Meals program.

Gilmore Fine Arts Music Program Leads the Way at National Festival

The Gilmore Fine Arts music students had quite the impressive spring trip to New York City where they competed at the WorldStrides Festival. 

West Ridge Students Participate in Battle of the Books, IB style

West Ridge Elementary 4th and 5th-grade students put their learning to the test during Battle of the Books, IB edition.

RUSD 5th Graders Visit UW-Parkside for Hispanic Tour

RUSD 5th Graders from  Julian Thomas, Dr. Jones, Janes, Wadewitz, Mitchell, Fratt, S.C Johnson and Roosevelt elementary schools participated in the Hispanic Tour at UW-Parkside. 

Starbuck 8th Grader Builds Little Free Library for Jefferson Lighthouse

Starbuck eighth grader, Kalyn Holland, built a Little Free Library for her former elementary school to enjoy!

Gateway Holds RUSD Mentoring High School Youth Summit

At this year's RUSD Mentoring High School Youth Summit at Gateway Technical College, RUSD high school students from Case, Horlick, Park and RAE were able to attend workshops that focused on closing the educational gap and college readiness.&n

JLS Students Participate in Math Kangaroo Competition

The 3rd Thursday in March each year there is an International Math Kangaroo Competition held all around the world for kids in grades 1-12.  It is a challenging 75-minute test with 24-30 multiple choice math and logic problems, many involving some outside-the-box thinking and problem-solving.

Park JROTC Instructors Named Assembly ‘Hometown Heroes’

The Wisconsin State Assembly recognized Major Jason Hauser and Sergeant First Class Guadalupe Berrios Jr. from Park High School as “Hometown Heroes” at the Assembly session on May 15.

RUSD High School Students Declare Academy

On Monday, May 20, Case High School freshmen officially declared their Academy and were honored during a special ceremony held in the fieldhouse.

Phi Delta Kappa Honors RUSD Educators

Several Racine Unified School District staff members, partners and programs were honored during the Phi Delta Kappa Awards Banquet held at UW-Parkside on May 19.

Giese Fifth Graders Publish Two Books

The fifth grade students at Giese Elementary in Mrs. Jensen and Ms. Panyk's class had a book premiere on Tuesday, May 14 to celebrate the books that each class published.

A Small Act of Kindness Goes A Long Way for One Case High School Student

A small act of kindness from you can be HUGE to someone else.

Two RUSD Teachers Earn WIABE Educator of the Year

Two RUSD teachers have earned the title of Wisconsin Association of Bilingual Education (WIABE) Educator of the Year award!

RUSD Celebrates More Than 1,840 Years of Service

On Thursday, May 9, RUSD celebrated more than 1,840 years of service at the annual Retirement Appreciation Dinner. This year, RUSD says farewell to 73 retirees in the 2018-2019 school year.

Horlick Students Hold 'Adopt a Little Sister Day'

Horlick Students invited students from Wadewitz and Gilmore to participate in Adopt a Little Sister Day.  The elementary and middle school students were able to get familiar with the building and the programs that Horlick has to offer to get

Medical Mission Event at Park High School Offers Free Healthcare to Entire Community

In partnership with Ascension All Saints Hospital, Park High School will open its doors to the entire community on May 11 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for Medical Mission.

RUSD Student Musicians Perform at State Music Festival

Several RUSD student musicians including Horlick's Instrumental Music students and Gifford music students participating in the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) State Solo & Ensemble Festival at Parkside on May 4.

RUSD Celebrates 17 IB Full Diploma Candidates

On Tuesday, April 30, 17 Case High School IB student diploma candidates signed their extended essays and submitted their materials to become Full IB Diploma graduates.

Case Students Introduce Pathways to 1st Graders Through Kid-Friendly Activities

Case students in Kari Morey's IB Personal and Professional Skills course visited Goodland Elementary today to introduce Melissa Pallin's 1st graders to career opportunities.

Case High School SkillsUSA Students Compete at State Competition

Case High School SkillsUSA students competed in the SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference in Madison earlier this month!