Want to Attend Reuther Central High School?
An Interview will be set up once your application is received. If you have any questions, contact Alicia Chapa at (262) 359-6138.
Current Students, make sure to complete both the KUSD Online Registration:
Attend Reuther School Registration at Reuther, Thursday, August 15th
Hours: 10 AM to 1 PM; then 4 PM to 6 PM
A Registration Packet will be mailed home the first week of August.
Career Cruising is a free web-based tool that allows students to explore their interests and skills that connect them with career aspirations. Every 6 – 12 grade student across the state of Wisconsin will have an Academic Career Plan (ACP) and be familiar with the tools to make informed choices about education after graduation and training as it leads to careers. Career Cruising is our KUSD tool that students use for this planning.
Students will complete activities that are defined as portfolio standards at each grade level with help from their school counselor and teachers. These activities will include online learning style inventories, career match ideas, and exploring careers based on the education after graduation they desire. The activities will also include creating a personal portfolio, interacting with a person in their career interest and attending career-based experiences the school helps connect. At every moment in the process, students are encouraged to adjust their career interest based on information they explore and experiences they complete.
Parents/guardians are invited by their child through Career Cruising to view their child’s portfolio. It allows for meaningful dialogue and an opportunity to work on this online tool together. Parents can also gain access to the Parent Portal of Career Cruising by contacting the school counselor for an access code.
Click 2019 Reuther Yearbook 2019 Reuther Yearbook and order online with credit card – Cost $35.
If you prefer to pay with cash or check, pick up an order form in the Reuther Main Office.
Wisconsin Act 311 – Information Regarding Making Threats Against a School
It is imperative that parents and guardians are aware of a new state statute enacted in April 2016 that creates the crime of terrorist threats. Act 311 generally states that any individual who makes real or false claims regarding shootings, bomb threats or to cause any other bodily harm to others is guilty of a Class I felony. Since its enactment, local law enforcement has started charging individuals, including students, in line with Act 311 if they have made threats against our schools. Making threats is not a joking matter and individuals may face fines and/or imprisonment for their actions, whether intentional or not. Please speak to your children about the severity of making threats and the toll it will take on their future if they choose to make such a terrible choice. Learn more: https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/2015/related/lcactmemo/act311.
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