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Middle School

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.

EMU Bright Futures Agents of Change

On Saturday, November 21, a small group of students from EMU Bright Futures at Romulus Middle School visited the EMU campus for a leadership event with students from six other Bright Futures programs in the area. 

The students participated in team-building activities and challenges that promoted leadership and collaboration.

In attendance was: Sabriyah McCord (6th); Saniya Hardy (6th); Kasey Hoskins (6th); Paris Lomax (7th); Anthony Safford (7th); Kyhlen Warren (8th); Shanteria Parchman (8th); Jada Hoskins (8th). 

Young Women Talk With the Honorable Katherine Hammack

Are we really going to an Army base? Will we see a tank? This is great! I can't believe we are going.

These were just some of the questions from and comments by 20 female students from Romulus Middle School as they boarded a school bus on a rainy, overcast Wednesday morning for a 30-minute ride to the Detroit Arsenal in Warren. The students were part of a group of 50 female students invited by the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command to attend its Women's History Month program on March 25 at the Detroit Arsenal. 

Athletes Return

On February 12, 2015, current Romulus Middle School student athletes returned to their former alma mater, Barth Elementary School. The student athletes provided a great deal of information and were very well-spoken as they elaborated on transitioning to Romulus Middle School. The Romulus Middle School boy’s football team and cheerleader team members articulated on an undefeated season, maintaining specific G.P.A.'s, Bullying, Rules, Beginning with the End in Mind, Being Proactive, Synergizing, and Cheering to support others in different sports. The students were phenomenal!

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