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Incoming 6th Grade Parent Survey

I am Jason Salhaney and I am the proud principal of Romulus Middle School. We want your feedback about your perception of the middle school so we can continue to provide a nurturing and positive environment for all students. Your responses are incredibly valuable to our staff. Please take a few...

RMS Parent University

Parents and students learned alongside each other when the Middle School hosted its latest Parent University. Families left with educational games and looks to use at home along with participating in various workshops. We offered sessions in English language Arts Resources with Mrs. Bell, Math...

Sixth-graders Get Exposed to Korean Culture

Mrs. Bradlee’s 6 th grade Social Studies students read the book “A Single Shard”. The book follows the story of a young Korean orphan who has much interest in becoming a potter. After reading the book, 30 students from her class traveled to the University of Michigan Art Museum to view authentic...

RMS Positive Peer Influence

We're excited to announce that Peer Mediation or what we call, P.P.I. (Positive Peer Influence) will begin this month at RMS!!!

 Peer Mediation is a problem-solving process that involves student mediators as a neutral third party to help students work through conflicts.  Peer mediators...

RMS Ok2Say

RMS Ok2Say

This week at RMS, 6th graders and select 7th graders (those who are new to our school this year) will be listening to our annual cyber safety program presentation called Ok2Say. The presentation is sponsored by the state of Michigan; we are fortunate to have Mr. Kevin Butts visit our school to...

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Romulus Middle School staff, students, parents and members of the community constitute a community of learners dedicated to preparing each individual student for success, academically and socially, in order to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century.

The members of the Romulus Middle School community will become exceptional models of respect, responsibility and resourcefulness, creating a culture of academic excellence in a global society.

Given the opportunity and resources, all children can learn. All children can reach their own personal level of success in life. The focus and direction of education at Romulus Middle School is to provide the resources and guidance necessary to meet the needs of each individual student, so that they can achieve success.