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RMS Open House is a Success

Middle School

This spring, Romulus Middle School held an Open House. The goal of the event was to help prospective Romulus families understand the different parts of RMS curriculum, in hopes that many would consider enrolling their children at the school this coming school year. Not only was it an Open House, but a packed house, with tons of families coming in to visit! Kudos to RMS teachers...

Student Beautify School Courtyard

High School

Romulus High School students have taken on a big project this spring. In collaboration with Romulus Garden Club, a team of students from Mrs. Morelli’s and Mrs. Damon’s classes have decided to renovate and update the small courtyard at the high school. In addition to cleaning up the small garden area, they intend to make it functional again by making 4 raised garden beds...

Building STEM Savvy Girls

Middle School

Romulus Middle School was invited to attend the 6 th Annual STEM Savvy Conference at Wayne County
Community College on May 9, 2019. 18 different school districts were in attendance to this year’s
event. These science and math enthusiasts from Romulus Middle School were able to attend various
workshops. Some of the choices were: Green Hair to Biohazard...

Take Your Child to Work Day

Halecreek Elementary

Halecreek had 18 little helpers join our staff for Take Your Child To Work Day this April. It was a great opportunity for our staff to help these children experience education through the lens of the teacher. Perhaps the experience will lead to a few of them wanting to become educators themselves one day! Special thanks to Principal Full for allowing our family members to...

Asian Studies Continue at RMS

Middle School
Last week on April 17th Romulus Middle School had a special guest speaker and the students really dug it. Dr. Rory Walsh, an Archeologist from the University of Michigan visited to give a lecture and set up an archeological dig for thirty 6th and 7 th graders. Students learned about shipwrecks, trade routes, Asian valuables, geography, and got to do a bit of digging. Dr....