Not many fourth graders can say they’re a published author. But, Emanuel Montero can. Earlier this year, Emanuel, a fourth grader at Julian Thomas Elementary School, co-wrote the book “The Slugs” with his friend Eduardo.
Starbuck Middle School (an IB World School) students presented their Community Projects on Thursday. This year-long project is the culminating event for all 8th graders in all International Baccalaureate schools around the world.
Visit Park High School's Craft and Vendor Fair on Saturday, March 30 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Park High School.
Park High School Key Club has been hard at work to make their school more united. For many years the club has promoted community volunteerism and positive world change.
Eight students (four teams) from Case High School participated in the Junior Achievement (JA) Business Challenge on Thursday, March 14, 2019 at the Gateway SC Johnson iMET in Sturtevant, WI.
RUSD held its fourth annual District-wide Spanish Spelling Bee on March 11 and 12 at the Administrative Service Campus. Each of the ten Dual Language program schools had individual school competitions for grades 3-8 and sent their top two students to compete at the District level event.
Case High School Dance Team auditions will take place in April. Click here to learn all you need to know before tryouts!
Julian Thomas Elementary School basketball team has been crowned the champions! Julian Thomas earned 1st place in the elementary basketball league, finishing the season undefeated.
Walden III High School student Sanaa Hill has earned a $10,000 2019 Student Initiative Herb Kohl Scholarship!
The Racine Case DECA Chapter recently finished competing at the 2019 Wisconsin DECA State Career Development Conference in Lake Geneva, WI. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.
The Young Adult Library Services Association encourages local libraries to showcase technology that they have available for students.
Middle and high school students that are part of the RUSD mentoring programs group got the opportunity to visit the Milwaukee Bucks front office after school on Thursday. Four stations were set up for the students to rotate between
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Community State Bank recently donated new podcast equipment to support United Way’s LIFT (Link and Inspire for Tomorrow) community school initiative at Knapp Elementary School. The donated equipment included two microphones with stands, a podcast board, headphones and other technical equipment for audio connectivity.
Park High School hosted a very special guest on Friday, Feb. 22. Wisconsin Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes spent part of his morning touring the school and having lunch with a handful of students.
Park High School student Greta Mau was published in the Winter 2019 issue of Up North Lit.
The William Horlick In-House Scholarship Committee has awarded $46,000 in scholarships to 19 deserving seniors
On Friday, February 8, Gilmore Fine Arts students were given tours of the University of Wisconsin Parkside Liberal Arts Facility, Digital Design and Fabrication Lab and the Library.
On February 15, RUSD high school students from Case and Horlick High Schools competed in the 7th annual Gateway Regional SkillsUSA competition held in Elkhorn, WI.
On February 12, students from Gilmore Fine Arts, Jerstad K-8 and Horlick participated in the annual Horlick Jazz Festival.