Children who turn five years of age on or before September 1, 2015, may enroll in kindergarten for 2015-2016. Check the Latest News for more information about upcoming events for Kindergarten registration.
AP Government classes from Romeo High School visited the Michigan State Capitol and met with Senator Jack Brandenburg and Rep. Peter Lucido.
The Powell 7th Grade Band delighted Indian Hills students with a concert and fun lesson about musical instruments.
Students at Romeo Middle School are working with VEX Robotics kits, learning about different types of mechanisms, how to build them and what they do.
Come to RETC and talk to representatives from over 80 colleges, universities, trade schools, and armed services to help plan for life after high school. This event is extremely informative for students and parents alike!
Indian Hills third graders problem-solve ways to make our planet greener during an interactive presentation about pollution.
Second graders at Hevel are learning all about communities and their characteristics.
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