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Romulus Elementary

Principal Letter

Hello Families and Community Members,

I am truly excited to be your Principal. As a staff we are extremely focused this year on providing a safe, caring and supportive learning environment through establishing clear behavior expectations, teaching the expectations and acknowledging students in their positive behavior. Our work is based on our data with clear action plans. We will continue to deepen our understanding of the Common Core State Standards in English language arts and math as well as our Social Emotional Learning Standards. We strive to educate the whole child.

Fourth Grade Field Trip

Great Lakes Education Program

Learning came to life today for Romulus Elementary School’s Fourth Graders.  They had the opportunity to participate in the Great Lakes Education Program (GLEP) which provides students with the unique experience of cruising the Detroit River on a Schoolship!  The learning was non-stop while on board the vessel and during the shore side portion of the program at Lake Erie Metro park.

Lunch Bunch

Lunch Bunch was a success!    Parents from 1st grade to 5th grade were invited to our Title I Lunch Bunch.  Students and parents enjoyed a lunch of pizza in each grade during their lunch time.  Parents then stayed to meet with the teachers and ask questions about our math and reading programs.  Teachers also introduced parents to the new Eurkea Math homework help on the Romulus.net website.  Parents had a chance to ask teachers any questions they had for the new math program.

Open House

On September 24th, Romulus Elementary had a wonderful turn out at Open House. Families enjoyed a hotdog dinner provided by the parent group. Families toured the building, viewed art work, work samples, and classrooms. Families shopped at the book fair and met their child’s teacher. 

Romulus Elementary Perform

The first through fifth grade students at Romulus Elementary sang songs for peace and harmony. On February 24, 2015, students performed at the Romulus High School Auditorium. Students narrated and sang songs about dreams of peace, hope, and freedom.  The performance provided a time where students could honor the dreamers and leaders of the past. It was also a time that students and staff pledged to live the dream and keep hope alive.

Students Attend the Michigan Theatre

Michigan Theatre

On January 27th, First and Second Grade Students from Romulus Elementary were invited to the Michigan Theatre to watch the play Skippyjon Jones. Skippyjon Jones is a Siamese cat that thinks he is a Chihuahua. He goes into his closet and uses his imagination to take him on wild adventures. Students had been introduced to the book series in the classroom prior to the field trip. They enjoyed seeing their favorite parts of the book come to life on stage. 

RSVP Pencil Drive

Needed Donation

The Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) stopped by Romulus Elementary to deliver pencils.

RSVP held a pencil drive collecting over 3,200 pencils -- ALL of which were donated to the students at Romulus Elementary School.
Several volunteers visited Romulus Elementary on January 23. They visited Mrs. Rice’s first grade classroom and talked about their role in the community.

Romulus Elementary is thankful for this wonderful donation from RSVP!

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