Romeo Community Schools extends a sincere thank you for supporting our schools in the May 3rd election. Our students will benefit from your support for years into the future. Thank You!
Children who turn five years of age on or before September 1, 2016, may enroll in kindergarten for 2016-2017. Check the Latest News for more information about upcoming events for Kindergarten registration.
Register for FREE (subject to eligibility) GSRP for 4 yr olds. The program takes place at Croswell Center, 175 Croswell St, Romeo 48065. Call Jaimie or Christina at 586-281-1750.
A tree planting memorial service took place at Hamilton-Parsons Elementary to honor Mrs. Julie Harwood. Mrs. Harwood is fondly remembered for teaching 37 years at Hamilton-Parsons. Pictured are Mr. Skip Harwood, his family, and friends.
Powell's robotics team took home the PTC Design Award for best functional and aesthetic design elements at the FTC Spring Event. Way to go Bulldogs!
Indian Hills students enjoy an afternoon of healthy activity and friendly competition on Field Day.
Three RHS students were awarded prizes for their achievement in the American Society of Body Engineers Design Challenge. The ASBE 2016 Competition Winners are: Zach Palmer 7th, Atticus Crimmins 4th, and Evan Fadanelli 1st. Congratulations!
Using 3D modeling and printing, the RETC Drafting and Design Engineering students created pencil toppers for Mrs. Maloney's and Mrs. Seidenberger's first grade students.
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- Sinking Fund Information
- Kindergarten Staggered Start 2015-16
- 2015-2016 Calendar
- 2015-2016 Student Release Times
- MISD Common Calendar
- Common Core Information
- Technology Handbook-Connected for Success
- Technology Handbook-Connected for Success (Spanish)
- Effective Grading Practices-Parent Information Meeting Presentation
- District Annual Education Report