RACINE COUNTY – Here is a look at how individual schools within the Racine Unified School District performed on their 2016-2017 state Department of Public Instruction report cards. Racine Alternative Learning received an alternative rating of “satisfactory progress” because there was not enough data to produce a report.
RACINE — The Racine Unified School District has received a passing grade from the state Department of Public Instruction.The district received an overall score of 59.3 for the 2016-17 school year, removing the specter, at least for now, of suburban villages breaking away from Racine Unified.If the district had received a failing grade, the villages within the district could have held referendums to see if voters wanted to form their own school district or districts.
RACINE — Wind Point School would be cleared to make way for a residential development under a plan unanimously backed by the Racine Unified School Board on Monday.Under the agreement, the district would transfer the property to a limited-liability corporation overseen by Ray Leffler, owner of Newport Development Corp., with no compensation received in exchange for Leffler demolishing the shuttered school and improving the property at his expense.The proposal also calls for the district to...
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