KUSD Generations | Kenosha Unified School District

KUSD Generations

There’s a story behind why we do the jobs we do, and what has inspired us to continue doing it for years to come. For many in Kenosha Unified, those stories have ultimately connected them to the district for generations.


The Setter Family together in a school hallway.The Setter Family

The Setter family has deep ties to KUSD. Learn more how two siblings – John Setter, KUSD project architect, and Susan Setter Sheard, Roosevelt Elementary School library media teacher – were inspired by their father, Edwin Setter, who spent 30 years of his teaching career at Roosevelt in this KUSD Generations story featured in the 2021 Community Report.

Read their full story: The Setter Family (PDF)


Bass Family photoThe Baas Family

In this edition of KUSD Generations, we take a look at the Baas family – three generations of hardworking custodians, all of whom landed their first head custodian job at Lincoln Middle School at age 22.

Read their full story: The Baas Family


Family footsteps photoFamily Footsteps

In this edition of KUSD Generations, we take a look at three generations of women who have joined their family in the #KUSDfamily.

Read their full story: Family Footsteps


Mahone teachers standing together near the school logoMahone Teachers

In this edition of KUSD Generations, we take a look at three generations of teachers who inspired their students to become teachers, and now all work together at Mahone Middle School.

Read their full story: Mahone Teachers