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Celebrating our School Board

January is School Board Recognition Month and Romulus Community Schools is joining 541local and 56 intermediate school districts across the state to thank these community volunteers for their untiring dedication to public education. Superintendent of Romulus Community Schools Marjie McAnally presented the Romulus school board certificates of appreciation at the January 11th meeting. “Serving on a school board has been described as the ‘toughest volunteer job in America. Yet Michigan’s public school board members dedicate countless personal hours to attending meetings, school functions, and hours of preparation for the decisions they make,” said McAnally. “On top of that, many pursue their own professional development to stay on top of the ever-changing education landscape. Collectively, school board members in Michigan have spent about 7,000 hours attending training and professional development. They’re dedicated individuals who are committed to the continuing success of our schools and students.” It’s an exciting and challenging time in public education. School board members in Romulus develop policies and make tough decisions that help shape the future of our education system. They bear responsibility and oversight for an annual budget of over $30 million, 3,000 students, 300 employees’ and7 instructional buildings. “We proudly join educators and community members in saluting these education advocates as they provide vision and leadership for student achievement, academic programs, district funding and school facilities,” McAnally said. “They preserve the core of our democracy—public education.”

Pictured Left to Right:

Trustee Devan Safford, Trustee Tomeka Boles, Secretary Theresa Beard, President Tom Kuderik, Treasurer Sandra Crout, Vice President Danielle Funderburg, Not Pictured Trustee Ulanda Caldwell