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U of M students provide academic support

Middle School

University of Michigan Graduate Students in the Macromolecular Science and Engineering Program assisted in Ms. Grandell’s 8th grade Science Class at Romulus Middle School. The U of M students provided hands on learning activities that aligned with Grandell’s chemistry unit, which focused on Polymer Science. Polymer Science offers a range of capabilities for custom...

Students Perform Shakespeare

Barth Elementary

The Barth Shakespeareans from Mr. Gibb-Randall’s 4th and 5th grade ACE program acted out their second performance of the year. Last fall they presented “Twelfth Night”. The class returned in early April to perform the comedy As You Like It, which has the famous line, "All the worlds a stage.”  Every student had a speaking part and the play’s theme compares...

YMCA Offers Free Swim Lessons

High School

Students at Romulus High School are learning how to swim thanks to free swim classes offered by instructors from the YMCA in Southgate. The partnership has benefitted students who are enrolled in Karen Morelli’s self-contained classroom, as well as students in Mrs. Mancilla’s Learning Independence for Transition Program (LIFT). Originally the class was designed to be an eight...

Students Attend FCCLA Conference

Middle School

Members of Romulus Youth Leadership Movement from Romulus Middle School excelled at the Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Leadership Conference in March. Five groups of students participated in competitive star events by presenting their community service projects. Three groups earned gold and qualified to represent Michigan at the National Leadership...

The Sleeping Beauty Ballet

During Spring Break Students from Eastern Michigan University's Bright Futures program at RMS and RHS attended The Sleeping Beauty ballet at the Detroit Opera House. The ballet featured renowned dancer Misty Copeland as Princess Florine. Copeland recently made history as the first African American Female Principal Dancer with the prestigious American Ballet Theatre. When she...

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