Bulldog Bulletin

Parent-Student April Newsletter

School Administration

Mr. Brad Martz, Principal

Mr. Michael Jones, Assistant Principal

Ms. Shelley Bjorkstrand, Counselor

Mrs. Diane VanDale, Social Worker

Mrs. Gina Milana, Secretary

Upcoming Events

4/1 End of 3rd Marking Period

4/1 Spring break begins end of day

4/4-4/8 SPRING BREAK

4/11 School resumes

4/14 Parent Club 9:00 a.m.

4/20 Mega Band Concert 7:00 p.m. @RHS Main Gym


5/4 PLC* Early release all students

5/4 Career Day @RHS

5/5-5/7 8th Grade Chicago Trip

(Based on academic standing & citizenship)

5/5 Parent Club 9:00 a.m.

5/12 Band Concert 7:00 p.m. @RHS auditorium

5/12 8th Grade Character Counts (during lunch)

5/13 8th Grade Dance 6:00-8:00 p.m.

5/26 Honor Night/Character Counts 6:00/7:00/8:00 p.m.

@RHS auditorium and Art Show @RHS cafeteria

5/30 Memorial Day recess, No School


6/1 Vocal Concert 7:00 p.m. @RHS auditorium

6/7 C.J. Barrymore's Activity Day

6/8 All students A.M. only

6/9 All students A.M. only

Track Schedule 2016

Coaches: Amy Ameel, Christie Youngblood, Adam Kerschenheirter

3/30 First Track Practice 2:15

Track practice will be held everyday after school at Memorial Field with the exception of Spring break and track meet days.


4/27 Anchor Bay South

Away 4:00

4/28 Pictures (Gym) 2:30

5/2 L`Anse Creuse East

Away 3:30

5/4 Seneca

Home 3:30

5/9 BYE

5/11 Endeavour (New Haven)

Home 3:30

5/16 Iroquois

Away 3:30

5/18 Anchor Bay North

Away 3:30

5/23 L`Anse Creuse Central

Home 3:30

5/25 Powell (Friendship)

Away 3:30

April is Autism Awareness Month!

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Helpful hints for Interacting with someone with Autism

  • Give lots of praise
  • Allow time for responses
  • Speak slowly & use simple language
  • Repeat simple questions
  • Remember each person with autism is unique and may act differently
  • Do not attempt to physically block self-stimulating behavior

For more information please visit

http://www.macombasa.org/

Builder's Club

Builders club had a successful fundraiser for St Baldricks and our team the "Bald Bulldogs" led by Mr Wenz. We raised over $300 when students donated a dollar to participate in the Hat and PJ days.

We also had a great visit with our senior friends playing bingo and we hope to make one last visit before the year is out.

St. Baldrick's and the Bald Bulldogs

Our team was 4th out of all of the teams at the Romeo event. We set a team record of over $14,000 donated to fight childhood cancers!! Thank you to everyone who participated or donated to this important event. A special thank you to Mr. Wenz for heading up the team and doing such an amazing job!

Kids2College

Romeo Middle School students in Mrs. Couch's Informational Writing Class attended a field trip to Oakland University as part of the Kids2College program. They participated in a panel discussion with college students and had a tour of the campus facilities. They interacted with mentors from the college and had the opportunity to ask questions about everything from how much college costs to how to pick a major and so much more. Overall our students enjoyed themselves and represented Romeo proudly. The goal of the program is to plant the seed at an early age that college is attainable and that what they do in middle school and high school can help them reach their goals.

8th Grade Chicago Trip..... Important Dates and Information

3/24 Final Chicago payment due

3/24 Emergency Form due

5/5 Students depart for Chicago

5/7 Students arrive home

Intramural Sports

Thank you to all the students (and parents) that participated in the Intramural Sports Programs this year. Mr. Wenz & Mrs. Salvatore appreciate being able to provide the opportunity for your sons/daughters to have an enjoyable, active, after school activity. Please look for registration forms when you visit RMS in August for Dawg Days!

Boater's Safety

Seventh grade students recently participated in a Boater’s Safety course through the Macomb County Sheriff Marine Division. At the end of the course, students took a 50

question test over the material covered in the text and in class. If students passed with a 70% or better, they earned a boating safety certificate. 145 students out of 180 total (81%)

passed and earned their certificate. Eleven students earned 100%!

Students who received a perfect score of 100% are: Riley Ameel, Cate Kovacic, Gabriella Minor, Gwendolyn Pogodzinski, Emeline Rodger, Gabriella Selewski, Cassandra Yestrepsky, Alivia Cucchiara, Connor Kohl, Amber Trelfa and Lillian Zwiez. These students will be invited to a field trip with the other 100 percenters throughout Macomb County to tour the Macomb County Sheriff Marine Division station, go out on the Sheriff's boats, tour the DNR next door and have lunch with the deputies.

Congratulations to all students who earned their certificates!

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Box Tops

Our school continues to collect BOXTOPS. We are offering our last contest of the year. The 4th hour class that turns in the MOST boxtops by Wednesday, April 20th will earn a pizza party. The winning class will be announced on Friday, April 29th.
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Bulldog Corner Store Raffle

We are proud to announce the winners of our Corner Store dollar raffle!

These students and staff member got to choose a spirit item of their choice.

Congratulations!!!


  • 6th grade - 2 winners Sophia Bowman and David Guaresimo
  • 7th grade - 1 winner Noah Sale
  • 8th grade - 1 winner Coltin Chapman
  • Staff - 1 winner Mrs. Messing

C.J. Barrymore’s Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible to attend - Beginning April 11th

(4th marking period), students must have:

No more than two after-school detentions, NO extended detentions, and NO suspensions. All library fines, book fees, or fines of any kind must be paid, and overdue books

must be returned in order to purchase a ticket!!! Permission slips will go home in May. This year’s event takes place on June 7th.

Dress Code Remimder

Spring time is here and warmer weather is on the way. Parents, please take time to review the school dress code with your child(ren). The dress code can be found on pages 19&20 of the Student Handbook. Immodest clothing is a concern during the warmer months of school.

Enviromental Tip

Choose earth-friendly landscaping. When landscaping your yard, you can protect your kids, pets, and the environment from harm. Use pesticides sparingly. Put mulch around trees and plants. Water your lawn only when it needs it (1-2 times a week is usually sufficient) and choose plants native to Michigan. Once established, these plants tolerate dry weather and resist disease.

Board of Education

Mrs. Anita Banach, President

Mr. Mike Antoine, Vice President

Mr. Chris Giancarli, Secretary

  • Mr. Chris Young, Treasurer
  • Mr. Wayne Conner II, Trustee
  • Dr. Gus Demas, Trustee
  • Mr. Ed Sosnoski, Trustee
  • Central Office

    Mr. Eric Whitney, Superintendent

  • Ms. Jennifer McFarlane, Assistant Superintendent for Academic Services
  • Ms. Grace Stafford, Executive Director of Human Resources
  • Mr. Don Gratton, Executive Director of Facilities & Quality Control
  • Mr. David Massoglia, Executive Director of Business and Finance
  • Mr. Mark Nelson, Executive Director of Technology
  • Interpretación en español disponible poniéndose en contacto con Celia Ciecko 586-281-1419