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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 to establish an on-going relationship for dialog around the issue of child nutrition programs.

Band Clinicians

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 clinician and offer guidance on February 25th. Both experiences were invaluable to students.

City of Romulus Fills a Bus for Flint

Romulus- The Flint water crisis sparks action in Romulus as the community bands together filling a bus with bottled water. The citizens of Flint are relying on grass root efforts like this to maintain a normal life, as they live with a contaminated water system. Everyday responsibilities such as cooking and washing clothes have been compromised due to the lead that is leaching through the outdated pipe system.

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Discover Tech Exhibit

EMU Bright Futures at Romulus Middle School visited the Ypsilanti District Library on January 20th to experience the Discover Tech exhibit. Students engaged with a dozen hands-on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics stations at the exhibit, including simulations on building arches, treating water, and generating electricity. The students had a great time interacting with the exhibit and each other! 

To learn more, visit http://ypsilibrary.org/discovertech

RMS goes to the DIA

Over thirty Bright Futures students from RMS visited the Detroit Institute of Arts on Friday, January 29th. The students took a guided tour of the museum and saw art from ancient times to the present day. 

Two of the most impressive parts of the tour for the students included seeing and learning about an actual mummy from thousands of years ago as well as a chance to view and learn more about contemporary African-American art.

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.

RCS Food Drive

Helping hand volunteers

Romulus Community Schools launched its annual Holiday Food Drive in early December and the collaboration efforts were in full effect. Students from the Middle and High School demonstrated the giving spirit by donating over 2-thousand non-perishable food items. Individual groups within the district including the Middle School’s Youth Leadership group and the High School’s Bowling Team have spread the valuable life lesson of giving to those in need throughout the entire student body.

Junior Achievement

Romulus High School honor roll student Jalyn Barnett gains valuable knowledge about economic success by taking part in Junior Achievement of South Eastern Michigan. JASEM has a mission to inspire and prepare young people for success in a global economy. Barnett recently had an opportunity to present at the Junior Achievement breakfast held at Quicken Loans in Downtown Detroit.

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