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Staff Bring Kids to Work

Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day has been in existence for over two decades. The day is designed to enrich the lives of boys and girls, by exposing them to what a parent or mentor does in their profession. Staff at Halecreek Elementary proved that they share this vision by bringing their children and family members to their school workplace. The goal is to help kids discover career possibilities, so that they can meet their full potential. The staff that participated includes: Ms. Fuss, Ms. Carter, Ms. Schiappacasse, Ms. Markavich,

HOSA Prepares Future Health Professionals

For nearly 20 years Romulus High School Teacher, Terri Brinston has empowered hundreds of students through her Health Occupation program. Many of her former students are currently strengthening the workforce as doctors, nurses, researchers, EMTs, CNAs and more.  HOSA is an exciting, leadership driven, educationally advanced, and professionally focused student organization.  Students that participate are given the opportunity to associate with many healthcare focused professionals and students from across the world.

RMS Spanish 2017-2018

Did you know that Romulus Middle School students have the opportunity to take the high school Spanish 1 class during 8th grade?  This course gives students an opportunity to learn to speak, read, write and understand Spanish at a beginning level.  It's an elective course designed for a year long commitment.  Students who are passing ELA with at least a B average are eligible to fulfill this high school requirement while still in 8th grade.   Applications for the class are on our website.

WEB Kick-Off

SAVE THE DATE!

WEB Kick-off for incoming 6th graders

Thursday, August 24th

9 AM — Noon

All incoming 6th graders are invited to participate in the WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) program at Romulus Middle School.  WEB is a middle school orientation and transition program that welcomes 6th graders and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their middle school experience.  Transportation is provided.  Registration is not required.  All students are expected to attend.

Engineering in Action

Romulus Middle School Students’ recently visited the Henry Ford Museum and took the Ford Motor Company, Rouge Factory Tour. Students first watched the film Dream Big: Engineering Our World. The focus of the movie was to inspire students into thinking about engineering and designing structures. The movie showed key elements that need to be considered when it comes to the engineering profession. It included the Great Wall of China and the world’s tallest buildings, to underwater robots, solar cars and smart, sustainable cities.

Romulus Elementary Hosts Community Night

            Building a collaborative community culture in the educational setting is essential and that is what Romulus Elementary has taken steps to do. Principal, Gretchen Notarro gave the green light to Positive Behavior Coach Leticia Horry to bring in multiple organizations in order to connect with students and parents. Horry credits the student leaders who worked hard on organizing the event, which had over 16 organizations and over 100 guests in attendance.

RHS Students Learn Financial Literacy

Volunteers at Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan are helping students at Romulus High School become better prepared for real life. Nearly 100 RHS students recently went on a field trip to the JA Finance Park in downtown Detroit. During the visit students learned about money management, entrepreneurship, and how to balance a real world budget. Students took part in a simulation where they were assigned to a hypothetical life scenario that included a profession and a mock family.

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