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Packer Hall of Famer LeRoy Butler brings ‘Butler vs. Bullying’ program to Mitchell School

RACINE — Former defensive Green Bay Packer, LeRoy Butler, is tackling bullying, one school at a time through Butler vs. Bullying. After retiring from his days of leaping at Lambeau Field, the standout athlete is sharing his personal story of overcoming a disability and growing up in a poverty-stricken area, to connect with children across […]

Posted inLocal news, Schools

RUSD Long-Range Facilities Master Plan

RACINE COUNTY — In April 2020, the Racine community voted and approved a referendum that will fund the work of Racine Unified School District’s (RUSD) Long-Range Facilities Master Plan. “From brand new schools to additions and renovations, we are excited to continue our commitment to positively impact every school over the next several years,” said […]

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RUSD ‘Stuff the Bus’ giveaway event a huge success for community students

On August 5, “Stuff the Bus” was hosted at Mitchell School, 2701 Drexel Ave. The event supplied attendees with school supplies and free food boxes. The event also allowed children to play fun games and sign up for library cards. Racine Unified School District is gearing up to head back to the classroom on Thursday, […]

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