Racine Unified School District

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Basic Information

Address: 3109 Mt. Pleasant Street Racine, WI 53404
Phone Number: 262-635-5600
Superintendent: Dr. Lolli Haws

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Additional Information

Member Schools: Case High School, Park High School, Horlick High School, REAL School, Walden III, Gilmore Middle School, Jerstad-Agerholm Middle School, McKinley Middle School, Mitchell Middle School, Starbuck Middle School, Bull Fine Arts Elementary School, Dr. Jones Elementary School, Fratt Elementary School, Giese Elementary School, Gifford Elementary School, Goodland Elementary School, Janes Year-Round Elementary School, Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary School, Jerstad-Agerholm Elementary School, Julian Thomas Elementary School, Knapp Elementary School, Mitchell Elementary School, North Park Elementary School, Olympia Brown Elementary School, Racine Early Education Center, Racine Civil Leaders Academy, Red Apple Elementary School, Red Apple Early Childhood, Roosevelt Elementary School, Schulte Elementary School, SC Johnson Elementary School, Wadewitz Elementary School, West Ridge Elementary School, Turning Point Academy, Racine Alternative Education
Board of Directors: President Pastor Melvin Hargrove, Vice President Pamala Handrow, Treasurer Charles Goodremote, Kim Plache, Dennis Wiser, Michael Frontier, Don Nielsen, Julie McKenna
Mission Statement:

Educate Every Student to Succeed.

School Municipalities: Racine, Caledonia, Sturtevant, Mt. Pleasant, Wind Point, Elmwood Park, North Bay
Notable Alumni:

Caron Butler

Belief Statements:

The North Star Vision states that all students will graduate career and/or college ready. This vision aligns with the RUSD mission of “Educating Every Student to Succeed.”

The North Star Vision clearly identifies the path to successful completion of high school for all students. The path starts at kindergarten and runs through elementary, middle and high school. Key measures of success at grade levels along the way are used to monitor student progress.


American Indian or Alaska Native-0.31%
Asian -1.33%
Black or African American-25.93%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Is-0.02%
Two or More-3.70%