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Romulus Community Schools provides a first class education. We have a variety of programs from early college and dual enrollment to career and technical education. Check out the programs we offer for your child.

  • The current fund balance for Romulus Community Schools is $3.6 million. This includes the Wayne County Education Enhancement Millage totaling $998,944.
  • The Romulus Board of Education has acknowledged that it is fiscally irresponsible to utilize temporary Enhancement Millage Funds to permanently increase salaries.
  • The Romulus Community Schools’ Sinking Fund has expired, resulting in an estimated $600,000 in lost revenue in the upcoming fiscal year. Without the renewal of the Sinking Fund Millage, any maintenance and emergency costs will have a negative impact on the District’s General Fund Balance.
  • In 2012/13 Romulus Community Schools became a deficit district, resulting in many employees losing their jobs while remaining employees agreed to wage concessions order to keep the district solvent. In an effort to prevent the district from once again falling into deficit, The Romulus Board of Education is determined to maintain a Fund Balance of at least 5.5%.
  • In 2016/17 the Romulus Community School District restored, to all bargaining units, a 2% salary increase and the Romulus Education Association/Teachers also received an additional 1 step salary increase.
  • The Romulus Community School District is committed to providing a high-quality education to our students while responsibly creating sustainable salaries for all employees.

STUDENTS EARN MICROSOFT CERTIFICATION

High School

Preparing students for real-world employment opportunities is the main goal of Ms. Salerno, the Business Management teacher at Romulus High School. Salerno manages a state of the art business lab, equipped with 30 dual monitored student stations. The lab also includes three 65-inch touch screen smart boards that allow students to present business portfolios, and Salerno to...

RMS goes to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Middle School

Around the World in 45 minutes was the title of the Educational Series that the DSO put on last week. Romulus Middle School and Mr. Pethoud were able to take 40 band members to the performance on March 8th. The performance gave what was promised. Students were able to listen and watch professional musicians play songs from China, North Africa, Russia, Hungary, France, England,...

The Art of Story Telling

Barth Elementary

On February 23rd, 2018 Elizabeth James a third generation African American storyteller from the University of Michigan visited Barth Elementary to help celebrate African-American History Month. The Barth Elementary African-American committee invited the multi-talented storyteller to come out and share her breathtaking African-American folktales with the students. Mrs. Lloyd a...

Wick Celebrates Black History Month

Wick Elementary

Wick Elementary students, parents and staff all recently came together to celebrate Black History Month with a schoolwide assembly. Classes performed skits, plays, or songs to commemorate significant individuals and events that have impacted our nation’s history and culture. Pictured are some of the many students that performed: Jaylen, Madison, Alaya, Josiah, Mrs. ShaVonna...

Romulus Student Athletes Sign Scholarship Offers

Two Romulus Eagle football players signed collegiate scholarship offers on National Signing Day.

Running Back Terrell Huguley, and Left Tackle Quinton Barrow helped lead the Eagles to their fourth straight Michigan High School Athletic Association playoff appearance, and a Western Wayne Athletic Conference League Championship. Both will play in the NCAA Division II Great...

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