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Romulus Community Schools provides a first class education. We have a variety of programs from early college and dual enrollment to career and technical education. Check out the programs we offer for your child.

  • 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.

National Geographic and Popular Science Author Visits

Barth Elementary

Science Fiction author and photojournalist Tom Clynes attended a special luncheon with students at Bath Elementary. The students in Mr. Gibb-Randall's 4th and 5th Grade ACE program earned the special lunch with Clynes by going above and beyond in the classroom. They completed extra work in Science, Reading and Writing in order to be selected. Tom Clynes is most recently...

School focuses on Leadership

Barth Elementary

Barth Elementary invited parents and community members to attend their annual student led Leadership Day. The event allows students to showcase how being a “Leader in Me School” has improved the overall learning environment. Throughout the day students performed a musical act, hosted tours for parents and shared their daily responsibilities.

The staff has implemented the...

State Rep Visits RHS

Romulus High School had a special appearance from State Representative Erika Geiss on Friday, February 19th  for Legislator to Lunch Week. The visit was prompted by Kathleen Norred, who is the Food Service Director for Romulus Community Schools. The School Nutrition Association of Michigan encourages the partnership between schools and government officials in hopes...

Band Clinicians

High School

As the RHS concert and symphony bands prepare for MSBOA festival, Ms. Mills seeks additional ways to challenge and improve our music students. On February 18th, Bradley Grasl from D’Addario visited Romulus High School to host a master class with our clarinets. In addition, Mills brought in Professor Douglas Bianchi, director of bands from Wayne State University, to work as a...

Pancake Breakfast

Wick Elementary
Wick Pancake Breakfast

The Romulus Rotary Club recently donated and served pancakes for both Kindergarten classes at Wick Elementary. Following the pancake breakfast, a book was read to the each of the classes as well. Pictured are: left to right; front row - Emmanuel Smith, Naziah Winbush, Tyler Ross (Wick students), Kathy Norred (Food Services Director), left to right; back row – Jazmine Danci (...

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