The new phone system equipment is being staged at the offices of Delta Network Services. Deployment will begin in the coming weeks with a substantial completion date of June 15th.
Two guest speakers from The Center for Professional Studies presented about compressed natural gas vehicles to the Alternative Energy class and brought their CNG Mustang!
535 iPads were delivered to Indian Hills students. The rollout was very successful and students were creating book review videos on the first day!
Governor Rick Snyder paid Romeo High School's FIRST Robotics team (FRC 3539) a surprise visit at last week's state competition. The Byting Bulldogs are headed to St. Louis, MO for the World Competition next week. Go Bulldogs!
The Washington Elementary Lego Club built barking dogs and motorized cars at the Robot Garage. Students had a great time learning together!
Keep your eye out around town for the first group of new busses in the next two weeks!!
Romeo Community Schools is a K-12 public school district located in northern Macomb County, Michigan. We are approximately 30 miles north of the city of Detroit. Romeo Community Schools consists of five elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school.
Serving the Historic Village of Romeo and its surrounding communities, Romeo Community Schools combines old world charm with innovation. We strive to challenge each student and provide exciting opportunities to learn and grow. We welcome you to take a few minutes to visit our schools and see what our students are doing!
Dr. Nancy J. Campbell, Superintendent