Have any questions? TELL US

  • The current fund balance for Romulus Community Schools is $3.6 million. This includes the Wayne County Education Enhancement Millage totaling $998,944.
  • The Romulus Board of Education has acknowledged that it is fiscally irresponsible to utilize temporary Enhancement Millage Funds to permanently increase salaries.
  • The Romulus Community Schools’ Sinking Fund has expired, resulting in an estimated $600,000 in lost revenue in the upcoming fiscal year. Without the renewal of the Sinking Fund Millage, any maintenance and emergency costs will have a negative impact on the District’s General Fund Balance.
  • In 2012/13 Romulus Community Schools became a deficit district, resulting in many employees losing their jobs while remaining employees agreed to wage concessions order to keep the district solvent. In an effort to prevent the district from once again falling into deficit, The Romulus Board of Education is determined to maintain a Fund Balance of at least 5.5%.
  • In 2016/17 the Romulus Community School District restored, to all bargaining units, a 2% salary increase and the Romulus Education Association/Teachers also received an additional 1 step salary increase.
  • The Romulus Community School District is committed to providing a high-quality education to our students while responsibly creating sustainable salaries for all employees.

Students Receive Backpacks

Halecreek Elementary

Kristen Fuss the principal at Halecreek Elementary understands that the success of her students is partially determined by them having necessary resources. That is why State Representative Erica Geiss, along with AT&T Representatives Robert Jones and Gregory Clark stepped up to donate 50 backpacks filled with school supplies to her students. “Our students were so excited...

Dinner with Dads

Wick Elementary

On Friday, October 7, 2016 Wick Elementary hosted “Dinner with Dads” in an effort to get fathers and father-figures to participate in the school’s Watch DOGS (Dads Of Great Students) program. The Watch DOGS program is a school-based, father involvement initiative that works to support education and safety in the school. Watch DOGS include fathers, grandfathers, step-fathers,...

Learning About the Weather

Wick Elementary

This school year Wick fourth grade students will get to collect and submit real science data to CoCoRaHS (a unique, non-profit, community-based network of volunteers of all ages and backgrounds working together to measure and map precipitation.) Each day students collect and record rain, hail or snow data for our area on the website www....

Muffins for Moms

Wick Elementary

The Wick School community held a breakfast on Friday, September 23 to recognize our students’ mothers. Students along with their moms enjoyed muffins, fruits and beverages before the school day began. This annual event at Wick allows an opportunity for a positive connection between parents and the school shortly after the beginning of each school year. In addition, this morning...

EMU Bright Futures Camping Trip

High School

Over the summer, Eastern Michigan University Bright Futures took a group of Romulus High School students camping at Waterloo Recreation Area in Chelsea, MI.  Students were immersed in the wilderness for three days and three nights. During this trip, participants had the opportunity to go swimming, row boating and hiking.  “For many of our students this was their first time...