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
High school juniors may not be thinking about salaries, bills and daycare costs right now, but during Reality Check Day, they were high priorities.
Explore What Makes RUSD Proud in our Annual Report to the Community
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.
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.
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.
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.
On Saturday, students and their families gathered for the viewing of the 2019 FIRST Robotics Challenge announcement. Over 19,000 viewers in over 146 watch parties nationwide as they patiently awaited the reveal of this year's robotics challenge.
During this Thanksgiving week, RUSD students are giving back to our Racine community. During their traditional food and fundraiser, Walden III students raised a total of $9,250 and 686 boxes of food. The R.E.A.L. School students raised $5,078 and 320 boxes of food. All food and money will be donated to the Racine County Food Bank to help families in our area.
RUSD freshmen from Case, Horlick, Park, Walden and The R.E.A.L. School got the opportunity to engage with more than 50 local employers during the SEE Your Future Expo.
On Thursday, Oct. 18, RUSD celebrated 105 Encore! Awards in Education winners. These RUSD staff members have demonstrated success in the classroom, fostered excellent academic achievement and consistently contribute to making their school or workplace a better place.
Beginning this fall, RUSD is implementing the use of ALiCE, an active shooter response training program, (i.e. alert, lockdown, inform, counter and evacuate) in all of our schools. Security experts across the country believe, as do we, that the use of these additional procedures will enhance student and staff safety.
RUSD is offering six one-day ACT Boot Camps open to all high school students who are taking the ACT. All students in grades 9-11 participate in the ACT Suite of exams.
All RUSD high school juniors will participate in the ACT practice test on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Because of this, there will be no school for students in grades 9, 10 and 12.
RUSD elementary, middle and high schools will hold Open House to kick off the 2018-2019 school year. Please click for dates and times.
If you are taking the ACT for the first time or are looking to improve your score, this class is for you! Students will learn prep strategies that will specifically assist students in learning the essential study skills needed to do well on the ACT.
The weekend of June 8, RUSD celebrated high school graduation with wonderful ceremonies on Case, Horlick, Park, Walden and The R.E.A.L. School.
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 REAL School hosted their 2nd Annual College Signing Day on Tuesday, April 25. The entire school was in attendance to make the connection between the classroom and college/career-readiness.