Red Raider Country is 176 square miles of tradition, pride, and excellence. Within our communities, we have beautiful parks with playgrounds for youngsters and open green spaces for picnics and serene enjoyment. From Veteran’s Memorial Park in Pulaski to Four Seasons Park in Hobart to the Stone Barn park in Chase, there are multiple baseball, softball, and soccer fields for organized and recreational use.
Red Raider Country includes townships and villages of Angelica, Chase, Flintville, Green Valley, Hobart, Krakow, Laney, Lessor, Little Suamico, Maple Grove, Morgan, Oneida, Pittsfield, Pulaski, Sobieski, and parts of Suamico. From the quiet rural to the more urban living opportunities, the communities within the Pulaski Community School District are great places for young families to retirees. Needless to say, there’s a little something for everyone within our communities. Please take a few moments to browse through our website to learn more about the fantastic opportunities our communities and school district offer.
Our safe communities offer places for children and families to ride their bikes, take walks, go ice skating, and enjoy all of the perks of the four seasons Wisconsin brings. The people within our communities are welcoming making it the utopia of small town living with big city advantages just minutes away. The Mountain Bay Trail, which stretches over 83 miles from northeastern Wisconsin to Rib Mountain in Marathon County, includes many access points connecting communities within the district and also connects us to the Green Bay area. For more information, visit the Mountain Bay Trail website.
Parks and Playgrounds
Red Raider Country features beautiful parks with playgrounds for youngsters and open green spaces for picnics and serene enjoyment. From Veteran’s Memorial Park in Pulaski to Four Seasons Park in Hobart to the Stone Barn park in Chase, there are multiple baseball, softball, and soccer fields for organized and recreational use. Every Sunday evening in the summer, Shippy Park in Pulaski hosts a Concert in the Park where community members can enjoy local talent and the company of fellow Red Raider Country residents.
Municipalities within the Pulaski Community School District hold events within their communities creating a friendly environment for all. Town and village picnics occur each summer to create community among residents. Events such as Pulaski Polka Days, which has been in place since 1978, bring in tens of thousands of people into our community each July. People from Wisconsin, the United States, and overseas attend this event each year as it hosts the top polka bands from across the nation. There are many local bands that have made names for themselves, as well. At the event, people young and old can enjoy the happy polka beat, authentic Polish food, arts and crafts, a parade, and worship services to the polka rhythm. For more information, visit the Pulaski Polka Days website.
The Pulaski Community School District is made up of five elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. In total, the district serves nearly 3,700 students. From our outstanding music program to our pre-engineering program and everything in between, our schools offer excellent opportunities for students as they prepare for their future.
Glenbrook Elementary is located in Pulaski, Hillcrest Elementary is located in Hobart, Lannoye Elementary is located Kunesh, Sunnyside Elementary is located in Chase, and Fairview Elementary is located in Krakow
The Village of Pulaski, where Pulaski High School and the Pulaski Community Middle School are located, is only minutes from major transportation routes and downtown Green Bay. Pulaski offers spectacular views, accessibility, a small town atmosphere, and was recently named a winner of one of the 100 best communities for young people.