Several RUSD students competed in the French Forensics State Competition on May 14 at Arrowhead High School in Hartland, WI.
Park Choir keeps winning during the month of May! During the State Solo Ensemble held at UW-Parkside on May 7th all 3 groups and all bu
Park High School student Meghan Barton finally got her gold medal this year. It’s a medal that has been three years in the making. A medal she almost didn’t win... again.
On Saturday, May 7, RUSD held its first ever Family Empowerment Day at Park High School.
On May 6, 2016, during the third annual Encore! Awards in Education event, 155 RUSD educators were recognized for their success in improving achievement for their students.
A free ACT half-credit prep course is being offered this summer by the Racine Unified School District.
Washington Park High School is pleased to announce four recipients of the 2016 SC Johnson Young Leaderships Scholarship: Maddie Aiello, Eryn Benner, Christina Galvan and Erika Meredith. SC Johnson, through its corpora
As the District moves forward with the transformation of our high schools into the Academies of Racine, there are some equally exciting changes around how we provide special education services at the high school level.
Park High School student Kadeesha Duncan has earned a $2,000 Ronald McDonald House Charities Scholarship!
The dates for senior finals are: May 27th, May 31st and June 1st. The undersclassmen finals are as follows:
Congratulations to the Park FCCLA members and their amazing accomplishments at the state competition held in Wisconsin Dells Ap
Park High School student Alyssa Ertl has been selected as a winner of the National Merit Marsh & McLennan Companies Scholarship.
On Monday, April 18, the Board of Education approved the calendar for the 2016-17 school year.
Park High School senior Kaj Days was announced the Grand Prize winner of the 2016 Wisconsin Sports Award sponsored by Cousins Subs - Make It Better Foundation.
Stephanie Schwartz, Park High School alum and sophomore at Stephen F. Austin University, has been named the NCAA Division I National Player of the Year and a first-team NTCA All-American by the National Tenpin Coaches Association.
This past weekend, 14 students from Horlick High School, six students from Park High School and two students from Case High School participated in the Concours Oral French Speaking Forensics Competition at Carthage College.
Great things are happening in the Racine Unified School District every day! We are thrilled at the progress our students are making and will continue to share our results and exciting initiatives underway.
RUSD's Community Walking Path project is one of ten programs selected to participate in the inaugural, innovative grant-making initiative: The Ford STEM Community Challenge: Building Sustainable Communities.
Two RUSD staff members have earned seperate Wisconsin PTA state awards.
Thank you for your input on the RUSD Start and End Time, Calendar and Transportation Survey! The results are in and we are thrilled by the engagement of our staff, families and high school students that participated.