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Up-and-coming young adult author and co-founder of the #weneeddiversebooks movement Lamar Giles visited Reuther Central High School today to share his story and encourage others to follow their dreams. He also led writing workshops for the students...
Bhuvana Baskaran holding her award from the University of Chicago.
Indian Trail High School and Academy math teacher Bhuvana Baskaran was selected to receive The University of Chicago’s Outstanding Educator Award! Each year, the University invites first-year students to nominate an educator who has influenced...
Kenosha Unified School District’s short-term debt has once again been assigned the highest rating possible at MIG 1 by Moody’s Investors Service, according to a recent report. Moody’s also reviewed KUSD’s long-term debt...
Today representatives from the Kenosha Unified School District, Kenosha Unified Board of Education and Kenosha Education Association met regarding the 2018-19 collective bargaining agreement and base wage negotiations for all regular full-time and...
New educators were welcomed to the KUSD family by administrators and some of our very talented students, including the Band of the Blackwatch and KUSD Theatre Arts performers!
A group photo of all Harborside staff members standing in front of a house.
Harborside Academy staff took a bus tour of Kenosha on their first day back, stopping by several sites that have been important throughout the history of Harborside. At each site, the group reviewed the significance of the site and introduced each...
Pictured (left to right): Mr. Williams (Bradford), Mr. Adams (Indian Trail), Mrs. Smith (Tremper), Mr. Mueller (Tremper), Mr. Cushman (Bradford), Snap-on NC3 trainer and Mr. Stapleman (Indian Trail).
KUSD technology and engineering teachers attended a training at Gateway Technical College provided by the NC3 - National Coalition of Certification Centers this summer to address the need for strong industry partnerships with educational...
Five men with motorcycle vests stand behind a collection of donated school supplies.
The Guardians of the Children Belle City Chapter generously donated 43 backpacks filled with supplies as well as additional school supplies to help KUSD students in need. Thank you, Guardians, for supporting our students!