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Wick Elementary

Drive for Wick 4th Graders

The fourth graders at Wick Elementary School shared their time and efforts during their recent holiday can drive. Everyone that donated had the opportunity to throw a pie at their favorite fourth-grade teacher and help someone less fortunate. As a result, Wick students donated 144 food items and over $55 to the Helping Hands Food Pantry in Romulus. Way to go Wick Eagles! 

Young Author Inspires Students

11-year-old author Braylon James visited Wick Elementary to speak to and inspire students to become young writers just like him. Braylon told Wick students, “You can pursue a writing career at any age.” At just 11 years old, Braylon has written five books in the series Mucus’s Journey, which follows the story of a young alien, Mucus, who is trying to fit in on Earth. Braylon used inspiration from his own life to write the books and urges other kids to do the same.

RHS Basketball Teams Visit Wick

Members of the Romulus High School Boys and Girls Basketball Teams recently served as guest readers for each class at Wick Elementary during Reading Month. The day is one that Wick Elementary students look forward to each year, as the student-athletes share a story with each class. Each reader then answers questions about their high school experiences and gives pointers on the importance of setting high goals / striving for excellence.

Real Life Superheroes Read at Wick

Romulus area real-life superheroes were recently called on to read to Wick students as part of the school’s Reading Month celebration during March. Representatives from the Romulus Police Department, Fire Department, City Offices, and the Romulus Ministerial Alliance all volunteered their time to read to students at the school. Pictured with some of the real-life superheroes that spent the morning at Wick are: (students left to right) Tadariel, Ni’Yana, Ciara, Ne’vaeh, ShaVonna Johnson (Wick Principal), Faithlee, and Tarryl.

Wick Celebrates Black History Month

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 Johnson (Principal), John and William.

Muffins for Moms

Mothers of Wick students were recently recognized with a breakfast in their honor at the school. In addition to the breakfast, moms in attendance were encouraged to volunteer and informed of upcoming parent functions throughout the school year. Pictured are (left to right): ShaVonna Johnson (Principal), Chavella Knight (Wick parent), Inaaya, Ciana, and Marie Charles (Wick Grandmother).