Halecreek Elementary Parent Jessica C. wrote:
Mrs. Hall has been an amazing 3rd grade teacher so far to my daughter! She is kind and very informational and focuses on every student and their higher learning. My daughter has become great at math and English due to her methods. She even taught me a new math trick that I wish I knew when I was in school! What stood out the most for me though is she got every one of her students a scarf she made herself and gloves for Christmas! She's an amazing teacher and definitely deserves an award for best teacher!
Wick Elementary’s annual Black History Month program was held on Friday, February 24, 2017. This year in addition to the assembly, classes also welcomed parents into their rooms with presentations that connected various aspects of Black History to Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.) components. Following the assembly and class presentations, parents and students enjoyed a Soul Food Luncheon in the gymnasium.
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Having been a teacher for over 23 years helping young people was part of Celia Gold’s daily life. This was until she abruptly left the teaching profession, which resulted in a two-year battle with depression. “ I did not know who I was and I felt like I was hiding behind a mask my whole life”, said Gold. Her mindset began to change when her therapist asked the simple question “Do you like your hair?” Gold says this was a turning point in her life, having worn wigs through the duration of her life and career.
The holiday season is upon us and for Romulus Community Schools that means giving time and serving others. We have all heard “It is better to give than to receive” and multiple student groups in Romulus are putting those words into action.
Prior to Thanksgiving the Romulus Eagle varsity basketball team volunteered their time at the Ronald McDonald House of Ann Arbor. The team prepared meals for 29 families who were staying at the house, while their children received medical treatment at the University of Michigan hospital.
Romulus Middle School students were able to extend their learning beyond the classroom and take a trip to the Detroit Historical Museum. Students received a guided tour from a very knowledgeable docent about Detroit during frontier times through factory times. Student felt animal skins, entered a trading post, and learned about what made Detroit so attractive to Native Americans and settlers from Europe. Students were transported back to the 1800’s and walked the streets of Detroit in a recreation of the city.