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RMS goes to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Around the World in 45 minutes was the title of the Educational Series that the DSO put on last week. Romulus Middle School and Mr. Pethoud were able to take 40 band members to the performance on March 8th. The performance gave what was promised. Students were able to listen and watch professional musicians play songs from China, North Africa, Russia, Hungary, France, England, and finish up in the United States. It was a great experience for everyone and especially those students who have never seen an orchestra play before in person.

The Art of Story Telling

On February 23rd, 2018 Elizabeth James a third generation African American storyteller from the University of Michigan visited Barth Elementary to help celebrate African-American History Month. The Barth Elementary African-American committee invited the multi-talented storyteller to come out and share her breathtaking African-American folktales with the students. Mrs. Lloyd a teacher at Barth Elementary said,

“We were very elated to have her share such rich African-American stories from around the world with our students, Mrs. James did a phenomenal job.”

Wick Celebrates Black History Month

Wick Elementary students, parents and staff all recently came together to celebrate Black History Month with a schoolwide assembly. Classes performed skits, plays, or songs to commemorate significant individuals and events that have impacted our nation’s history and culture. Pictured are some of the many students that performed: Jaylen, Madison, Alaya, Josiah, Mrs. ShaVonna Johnson (Principal), John and William.

Romulus Student Athletes Sign Scholarship Offers

Two Romulus Eagle football players signed collegiate scholarship offers on National Signing Day.

Running Back Terrell Huguley, and Left Tackle Quinton Barrow helped lead the Eagles to their fourth straight Michigan High School Athletic Association playoff appearance, and a Western Wayne Athletic Conference League Championship. Both will play in the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC). Huguley signed with Davenport University, while Barrow signed with Grand Valley State.

Game Night

Romulus Elementary recently hosted game night, inviting students to participate in fun, after school activities. "The kids had an amazing time! They loved making slime, playing basketball, some watched a movie, and they ate lots of snacks, "said Romulus Elementary Principal, Gretchen Notaro. 
The school plans on hosting more game nights in the future. 

Parent Night 2018

Parents and students learned next to one another last Tuesday Night at Romulus Middle School. Parents were taught some card games to play at home with their children to improve math skills for the first session courtesy of Mrs. Haidar. The second session took parents into the light with UV rays. Mrs. Covert and Mrs. Green had students and parents experimenting with UV flashlights and special beads to show the effect of Ultra Violet light. Parents and students learned how sunscreen, sunglasses, and simply being in the shade have an effect on UV light exposure.

SAC Animal Shelter Article

The Romulus Elementary Student Advisory Council collected cash donations as well as donations of supplies for the Romulus Animal Shelter during the week of December 18th-22nd.  Students who donated were able to participate in an animal themed Spirit Week.  The students collected $125 and several supplies.  Officers from the Ordinance Department in the City of Romulus, which is responsible for Animal Control, visited on Thursday, January 18th to meet the students and collect the donations.

EMU Writers Workshop

Eastern Michigan University came to Romulus Middle School on January 31st to work with students. Students had the opportunity to participate in a Writers Workshop. Students were able to visit different stations around the media center to learn about writing recipes, creating 6-word memoirs, writing and illustrating comic strips, and creating secret codes. The stations were both engaging and educational. After visiting the stations, there was time at the end for students to share out to the group.

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