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School Cafe Promotes Reading

Halecreek Elementary

This March, Halecreek Elementary students were able to enjoy hot chocolate, pastries, and good books in the Starbooks Café! The café was put on as part of our celebration of March is Reading Month. Special thanks to Mrs. Chattuck and Mr. Carter for being awesome baristas for our students.

RMS Parent University

Middle School

Parents and students learned alongside each other when the Middle School hosted its latest Parent University. Families left with educational games and looks to use at home along with participating in various workshops. We offered sessions in English language Arts Resources with Mrs. Bell, Math Games with Mrs. Haidar, Discovering Newton’s Laws with Mrs. Robson, Making Lava Lamps...

Local Officials Visit for Reading Month

Romulus Elementary

State Representative Alex Garza and State Senator Erica Geiss visited Romulus Elementary this March for March is Reading Month. In addition to reading to students, the officials shared information about their jobs in the government and encouraged kids to read daily with their parents.

Wick Salutes Black History Month

Wick Elementary students put on a stupendous program this February honoring Black History Month. The program included multiple songs and tributes to the numerous contributions of famous African Americans throughout history. Congratulations to all the students for putting on a great show and bringing history alive.

Sixth-graders Get Exposed to Korean Culture

Middle School

Mrs. Bradlee’s 6 th grade Social Studies students read the book “A Single Shard”. The book follows the story of a young Korean orphan who has much interest in becoming a potter. After reading the book, 30 students from her class traveled to the University of Michigan Art Museum to view authentic Korean pottery and other artifacts. The students were also able to