Join us for an evening at Romulus Middle School.
Session I (5:00-5:50) Get Moving - Fun physical activities that are guaranteed to get you moving and have a fun experience with your child. Come check out the smoothie-making bike.
(5:50-6:00) Snack and Drink Break
Members of the Romulus High School Boys and Girls Basketball Teams recently served as guest readers for each class at Wick Elementary during Reading Month. The day is one that Wick Elementary students look forward to each year, as the student-athletes share a story with each class. Each reader then answers questions about their high school experiences and gives pointers on the importance of setting high goals / striving for excellence.
Romulus area real-life superheroes were recently called on to read to Wick students as part of the school’s Reading Month celebration during March. Representatives from the Romulus Police Department, Fire Department, City Offices, and the Romulus Ministerial Alliance all volunteered their time to read to students at the school. Pictured with some of the real-life superheroes that spent the morning at Wick are: (students left to right) Tadariel, Ni’Yana, Ciara, Ne’vaeh, ShaVonna Johnson (Wick Principal), Faithlee, and Tarryl.
Romulus Community Schools’ Board of Education has approved Turfix Synthetic Sports Field Specialist to conduct temporary repairs at Romulus High School’s football and soccer field. The construction cost is approximately $12-thousand dollars, and is scheduled to begin in April, the work will take up to four days to complete. The funds will be allocated from the Wayne County Enhancement Millage that passed in 2016. Superintendent Marjie McAnally said she is excited that students will be able to participate in spring sports with no disruption.
Romulus Community Schools is now accepting Donations via PayPal for a local field trip.
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For the second time in three years the Romulus Eagles’ Symphony Band has earned an overall rating of a 1, at the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association District-level festival. Scoring is evaluated on a scale from 1 to 5, by three performance judges and one sight reading judge. The Eagles received the highest overall rating at their site by scoring all ones in performance and a two in sight reading.
Preparing students for real-world employment opportunities is the main goal of Ms. Salerno, the Business Management teacher at Romulus High School. Salerno manages a state of the art business lab, equipped with 30 dual monitored student stations. The lab also includes three 65-inch touch screen smart boards that allow students to present business portfolios, and Salerno to deliver industry-standard instruction. Prior to joining the Romulus teaching staff in 2000, Salerno was employed in the accounting department at Ford Motor Company. “ The corporate world was no longer satisfying to me.
Around the World in 45 minutes was the title of the Educational Series that the DSO put on last week. Romulus Middle School and Mr. Pethoud were able to take 40 band members to the performance on March 8th. The performance gave what was promised. Students were able to listen and watch professional musicians play songs from China, North Africa, Russia, Hungary, France, England, and finish up in the United States. It was a great experience for everyone and especially those students who have never seen an orchestra play before in person.