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Muffins for Moms

The Wick School community held a breakfast on Friday, September 23 to recognize our students’ mothers. Students along with their moms enjoyed muffins, fruits and beverages before the school day began. This annual event at Wick allows an opportunity for a positive connection between parents and the school shortly after the beginning of each school year. In addition, this morning gave moms the chance to socialize with one another and staff members.

Gleaners Food Distribution

Gleaners Food Bank

We have partnered with Gleaners Community Food Bank to begin School Food Mobile distributions. Families are able to receive 24-35 lbs. of fresh fruits, vegetables, and dry goods free of charge on a monthly basis. This years distribution will rotate between Romulus Elementary and Halecreek Elementary. The first delivery is set for Halecreek Elementary on Wednesday, October 12th from 10:00-12:00. Food will be boxed and ready for pick up in the back lot by the cafeteria. Please stay in your car and we will bring the food to you.

Gleaners Food Distribution

Gleaners Food Bank

We have partnered with Gleaners Community Food Bank to begin School Food Mobile distributions. Families are able to receive 24-35 lbs. of fresh fruits, vegetables, and dry goods free of charge on a monthly basis. This years distribution will rotate between Romulus Elementary and Halecreek Elementary. The first delivery is set for Halecreek Elementary on Wednesday, October 12th from 10:00-12:00. Food will be boxed and ready for pick up in the back lot by the cafeteria. Please stay in your car and we will bring the food to you.

EMU Bright Futures Camping Trip

Over the summer, Eastern Michigan University Bright Futures took a group of Romulus High School students camping at Waterloo Recreation Area in Chelsea, MI.  Students were immersed in the wilderness for three days and three nights. During this trip, participants had the opportunity to go swimming, row boating and hiking.  “For many of our students this was their first time camping, and I believe that exposing them to nature is important to their overall development”, said Lauren Richardson EMU Bright Futures Site Coordinator for Romulus High School.

Marching Band Showcased in Thanksgiving Day Parade

RHS Marching Band

When you turn on your television Thanksgiving morning for the 2016 America’s Thanksgiving Day Parade not only will you see larger than life floats, and highflying balloons as you await Santa’s arrival, but you will also hear the sound of the Romulus High School Marching Band. For the first time in school history they will perform on Woodward Avenue in front of hundreds of thousands of parade spectators. The program under the direction of Band Director Jessica Mills has picked up where it historically left off.

Mandatory Uniform Policy

Potential Benefits of a School Uniform

  • Decreasing violence and the —even life threatening situa ons—among students over designer clothing or expensive sneakers.
  • Helping students resist peer pressure.
  • Helping students concentrate on their school work.
  • Helping the elimina on of socio-economical barriers. Many students come from diverse backgrounds; however, inside the walls of the school, economic advantages and disadvantages are no longer obvious.

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