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Building STEM Savvy Girls

Middle School

Romulus Middle School was invited to attend the 6 th Annual STEM Savvy Conference at Wayne County
Community College on May 9, 2019. 18 different school districts were in attendance to this year’s
event. These science and math enthusiasts from Romulus Middle School were able to attend various
workshops. Some of the choices were: Green Hair to Biohazard...

Asian Studies Continue at RMS

Middle School
Last week on April 17th Romulus Middle School had a special guest speaker and the students really dug it. Dr. Rory Walsh, an Archeologist from the University of Michigan visited to give a lecture and set up an archeological dig for thirty 6th and 7 th graders. Students learned about shipwrecks, trade routes, Asian valuables, geography, and got to do a bit of digging. Dr....

MME Testing

Dear RHS Families:
Each year during the month of April, Romulus High School runs special schedules during State of Michigan Mandated Testing for 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students. This year these exams will take place on April 9th, 10th , and 11th.

During testing, focus and attention to detail are highly encouraged. Therefore it is extremely important that...

RMS Junior Achievement

Middle School

Junior Achievement is a nonprofit organization that contributes to the business and economic education of young people all over the world.  40 Romulus Middle School students were able to attend a workshop downtown Detroit focused around the theme of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)   Students participated in a variety of workshops.

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River Basin Battle Field

Middle School

30 Romulus Middle School were invited to Monroe Michigan to participate in an outdoor adventure.  Students learned about science and history on this special day.  The Raisin River Battlefield provided a living history to the students.  They walked the actual battlefield and participated in a bunch of different activities where students learned about the War of 1812 and life...

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