On Friday, June 6, 2014 Romulus Elementary students were immersed in work-readiness skills, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy. Junior Achievement is the world’s largest organization that is dedicated to educating K-12 students in these areas.
Mrs. Jordan’s fourth graders had the opportunity to learn about catapults and how they work in a mobile field trip by Engineering for Kids. Fourth graders first had the opportunity to experiment with a set of materials to create and then test their own catapult.
Romulus Elementary fifth graders enjoyed an in depth look into the life of a British soldier during the American Revolution.
It was a beautiful day when all fifth grade students in Romulus Community Schools came together on Friday, May 23rd for a day of fun, healthy competition, and teamwork.
On Tuesday the Delta/VIP Mentors at Romulus Elementary held an Easter egg hunt for their mentees. Students were able to find over 400 eggs. The Easter Bunny himself was a special guest and enjoyed spending time with the students and their mentors.