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Freedom Quilt

As part of the Black History Month celebrations, Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Rice's first grade classes constructed a Freedom Quilt. Students first listened to books about slavery during colonial times, the Underground Railroad, and how Freedom Quilts were used to communicate by escaping slaves....

Ms. Rosie, The StoryTeller

Ms. Rosie came to Romulus Elementary to share her knowledge of African-American instruments and stories.  Students were asked to interact with Ms. Rosie by playing special instruments and telling interactive stories of African American culture. All students enjoyed and learned African phrases as...

Romulus Fire Department Keeps Students Safe

Members of the Romulus Fire Department stopped by Romulus Elementary and provided students with reading material and activity books on Fire Prevention.

Be a Buddy, Not a Bully!

The students and staff at Romulus Elementary School participated in a variety of activities during the month of October in honor of Anti-Bullying month. Their theme was “Be a Buddy, Not a Bully!...

Gleaners Food Distribution

Gleaners Food Bank

We have partnered with Gleaners Community Food Bank to begin School Food Mobile distributions. Families are able to receive 24-35 lbs. of fresh fruits, vegetables, and dry goods free of charge on a monthly basis. This years distribution will rotate between Romulus Elementary and Halecreek...

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​The mission of Romulus Elementary School is to provide a safe, caring, learning environment that inspires children to achieve their academic and social potential. Together with the parents, the Romulus Staff prepares each student to become knowledgeable and responsible citizens within the community in the ever changing world.

Romulus Elementary School's vision is "Strength In Learn" where students achieve their maximum potential.

  • Parent participation enhances high expectations, student motivation and achievement.
  • All students can learn and achieve in a safe, disciplined environment in which they feel trusted, supported and have a sense of belonging.
  • Good self-esteem is vital for maximum academic achievement.
  • Students will rise to the level of the expectation of the classroom/school.
  • Schools should be organized to meet the needs and interests of students.
  • Students learn best when they are actively engaged in meaningful and challenging work, integrating technology where appropriate.
  • Teachers should create/design challenging and engaging activities for students and lead/encourage/motivate them in those activities.