Why Choose Reuther?
Enrollment Application & Procedures Information
Registration Forms 2020-21
Submit completed forms to: ReutherReg@kusd.edu
Questions? Contact Jon Otto @ email@example.com, 262-359-7583
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If you are interested in enrolling your child for the K-5 Virtual Learning Program or eSchool for grades 6-12 for the 2021-22 school year, you MUST attend a virtual information session. Please see below and click THIS link to find out more information!
Click below to watch the recorded video of Reuther’s Graduation! Congrats Grads!
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Congrats ITED Grads!
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Kenosha County Food Resources During COVID-19
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Below you will find a checklist to help with the transition to being virtual. Click on the yellow underlined segments for more tips and tricks. There’s also a video to further help you!
Congratulations future Gateway Students!
Reuther Art Students showing their artwork at the Closing Reception of their Art Exhibition at The Kenosha Creative Space!
Check out what these chefs are cookin’ in our Culinary Lab!
Reuther Students in the Welding Program at Gateway getting a jump start on a possible future career!
Support for Students
We know a lot is happening in our community right now, and we want our students to know we are here for them….
Parents or students who have technology based questions regarding the 1:1 technology program can call 262-359-7711. This line is for device assistance only, all instructional/assignment questions should be directed to teacheres.
Order your 2021 Reuther Yearbook online today!
If you prefer to pay with cash or check, pick up yearbook 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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