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Junior Achievement

Romulus Elementary

Junior Achievement (JA) made it to Romulus Elementary School on Friday, June 3, 2016.  JA is a program that teaches Economics to students that is delivered by volunteers.  Our volunteers were individuals from our community.  Hosted by our Parent Coordinator Mrs. Rushing.  The volunteers taught engaging lessons to classes from K - 5 grade.  The students were so involved they...

Students learn valuable skills at Construction Science Expo

Middle School

The Construction Science Expo is a drug free event that allows students to explore careers in engineering and construction with a hand on approach. Thanks to the Black Caucus Foundation of Michigan, Romulus Middle School students were able to partake in various stations to experience firsthand what the workforce is like. Professionals from the Michigan Department of...

Showbiz

Romulus Elementary

On June 6, 2016, Romulus Elementary students starred in a music program titled SHOWBIZ, directed by Mr. Jason Cooper. It featured selections from hit Broadway shows, like Annie and Aladdin, and popular Motown songs. Students spent several months preparing for the event and both morning and afternoon performances packed the gym. The smiles on the faces of the students were an...

Kindergarten Students Learn the Science Behind Gardening

Wick Elementary

Thanks to a donation from the Boys & Girls Club Ms. Evitts’ Kindergarten Students at Wick Elementary are learning how to garden. Her class is using the Tower Garden, a high tech aeroponic growing system that is capable of growing up to 20 herbs, vegetables, fruits and flowers simultaneously. The Tower Garden grows plants with only water and nutrients rather than dirt....

Students visit Washington DC and Gettysburg

Middle School

The 8th grade social studies department led by veteran teachers Mr. McCabe, Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. Teefey, accompany students to our nations capitol and the Civil War battlefield. The trip begins with a stop at Romulus Cemetery where students visit the resting place of men from Romulus who served in the Civil War. Throughout the trip students learn about and view...

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