Long-Range Facilities Master Plan


RUSD’s Long-Range Facilities Master Plan is the result of thousands of hours of work by more than 100 people culminating in a plan that will allow RUSD the opportunity to:

  • Reduce and standardize the size of our middle schools,
  • Expand schools (and programs) in areas of the community that are growing,
  • Right-size schools in areas of the community that have seen reductions in school-aged children,
  • Continue to address safety and security at our schools,
  • Create 21st-century learning environments that accommodate the latest technology; and
  • Expand STEM/STEAM programming and continue to grow and expand the Academies of Racine.

We invite the community to take a look at this recommended long-range plan which will be considered by the Board in the coming months. Click here for an overview of the financing.  And check out this great story by TMJ4 about our long-range facilities plan.

Click on the school name below to view school-specific data and potential impacts. Please know that because this is a long-range plan, it is fluid and will be modified if/as community needs change.

Bull Early Education Center
Case High
Community Pathways Campus
Dr. Jones Elementary
Fratt Elementary
Giese Elementary
Gifford K-8
Gilmore Fine Arts K-8
Horlick High
Janes Elementary
Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary
Jerstad-Agerholm K-8
Julian Thomas Elementary
Knapp Elementary
Mitchell K-8
North Park Elementary
Olympia Brown Elementary
Park High
The R.E.A.L. School 6-12
Red Apple Elementary
Roosevelt Elementary
RUSD Montessori at Goodland
SC Johnson Elementary
Schulte Elementary
Starbuck Middle
Wadewitz Elementary
Walden III 6-12
West Ridge Elementary

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