Bulldog Bulletin

Parent/Student May Newsletter

Upcoming Events

5/02- Parent Club 9:00 am@Powell

5/03-8th Grade Dance 6:00-8:00 pm

5/08- PLC Day Dismissal @ 12:55

5/09-5/11- 8th Grade Chicago Trip

5/16- Band Concert 7:00 pm @RHS Auditorium

5/22- PLC Day Dismissal @ 12:55

5/27- No School-Memorial Day

5/30- Honors Night @RHS Auditorium 6:00-9:00 pm

6/04- Vocal Concert 7:00 pm @RHS Auditorium

6/10- C.J. Barrymore's Activity Day

6/11-AM Only (Hours 1-7) Dismissal @10:29

6/12-AM Only (Hours 1-7) Dismissal @10:29 Last day of School!

Attendance Line 586-281-1550

If your student will not be attending school please call our attendance line. It is available 24 hours a day and an automated voice mail will receive your call.

Dress Code

Spring weather is finally here, and the temperatures are on the rise. Please make sure that your student is dressed appropriately for our learning environment. In addition to what can be found on page 22 of the student handbook, general guidelines include making sure shorts, skirts, or dresses are appropriate length and refraining from wearing tank tops / muscle shirts.


Katelyn Ebert

Track Schedule

Coaches: Amy Ameel, Amy Paulson, Adam Kerschenheiter

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

All Home meets are held at Barnabo Field

Thur. 4/25-- Pictures (Gym) 2:30

Mon. 4/29-- L`Anse Creuse East Away 3:30

Thur. 5/02-- Seneca Away 3:30

Mon. 5/06-- Iroquois Away 3:30

Wed. 5/08-- Anchor Bay South Home 3:30

Mon. 5/13-- New Haven Home 3:30

Wed. 5/15-- Wyandotte Middle School Away 3:30

Tues. 5/21-- L`Anse Creuse North Home 3:30

Thur. 5/23-- Powell Home 3:30

8th Grade Summer Dance

The annual end-of-the-year 8th grade dance is scheduled to take place on Friday, May 3rd from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in the cafeteria. Parents are reminded that this is not a formal event, and that clothing should be age and school appropriate. This is a wonderful opportunity to see the 8th graders off to the high school. The cost is $5.00 and tickets will be sold during the 8th grade lunch hours May 1st – May 3rd.
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RMS Honors Night

Thursday, May 30th, 6-9pm

11091 32 Mile Road

Romeo, MI

You will receive an invite to let you know your student is being honored. Romeo Middle School Honors Night will be held in the Romeo High School auditorium. Each program will begin promptly at the times noted below:

6th grade - 6:00 p.m.

7th grade - 7:00 p.m.

8th grade - 8:00 p.m.

*Please join us for refreshments and the art show following each program.

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Cell Phone Policy

Please be reminded of our school policy for cell phone usage. Cell phones are to be turned off and stored in your student's locker. Students may use cell phones before entering and after leaving the building. If your student is not feeling well or needs to call home for any reason, they need to come to the office; we have a student phone available for them. Consequences for using a cell phone may result in detention, loss of Barrymore's, Character Counts, and Cedar Point.

If you have any questions concerning this policy, please feel free to call Mike Jones, Assistant Principal, at 586-752-0240.

Romeo Middle School Art Show

Thursday, May 30th, 6-9pm

11091 32 Mile Road

Romeo, MI


Will be held in the high school cafeteria.

Please join us before or after each honors ceremony!

The STEAM Museum is visiting RMS

The STEAM Museum is visiting Romeo Middle School on May 28th. Through a generous grant provided by the Romeo Foundation for Educational Excellence, all 6th grade Science students will be able to experience this exciting, hands-on event bringing together Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math. Mrs. Raicevich & Mr. Wenz would like to thank the Foundation board and the parent volunteers for helping to provide this unique experience for the RMS 6th grade scientists!

Student of the Quarter

Each quarter teachers at RMS select students who demonstrate a good work ethic, leadership skills, and helpfulness to others. These are the students who were chosen for this quarter.

Khalil Macleod

Nominating Teacher: Wenz

Khalil demonstrated leadership through adversity when his intramural basketball team got off to a rough start. When it would have been easy to throw in the towel, he stepped up and became a mentor to many of the less experienced players on his team. He lead his team to a victory in the IM Championship game.

Student: Liam Kneer

Nominating Teacher:Tebeau

Liam is a class leader with both his words and actions. He’s always bringing a positive attitude to class and eager to help others. He sets a great example for other kids to follow.

Student: Katie Morgan

Nominating Teacher: Bickmann

Katie has such a growth mindset. She is willing to make mistakes and share them in class. Her struggles are real and her thinking is deep. Katie continues to impress me and inspire our classroom. I’m so very proud of all her hard work and striving to continue to learn!

Student: Lizzy Marcu

Nominating Teacher: Jones

Lizzy works hard to put her best effort into each assignment. She’s always smiling and has a positive outlook. Lizzy devours books! She is always searching for and recommending books to others and helping to build our reading community.

Student: Bella Marsh

Nominating Teacher: Schommer

Bella always has such a positive attitude towards learning, and she thrives when faced with challenging tasks. She has a gentle and kind way of helping out her classmates, and she always demonstrates consideration for others. She is a true role model.

Student: A.J. Lougheed

Nominating Teacher: Roeser

A.J. not only keeps me on my toes in class, he fills me in on items that I’ve missed (or left out), and sometimes teaches me new things. He is always focused on his work and prepared to share with class. He has insights that most kids don’t think about and he brings a real interesting and thought-provoking dynamic to class.

Student: Braeden Walls

Nominating Teacher: Kerschenheiter

Braeden has proven himself to be a very hard worker in Language Arts class. All of the work that he puts in at home has really made him a shining star in class. He cares about his work quality a lot! I am so happy to see how far he has come. He should be proud of his growth.

Student: Jennifer Martinez

Nominating Teacher: Orlando

Jennifer always works hard in class and puts in her full effort to learn because of this she is a success. She is an attentive student and a positive role model.

Student:Bella Brazeau

Nominating Teacher: Heikkila

Bella is alway ready and motivated to do well. She does her best everyday with a smile on her face. Thank you Bella for being you!

Student: Caleb Johnston

Nominating Teacher: Schultz

Caleb is in my 7th hour class. I enjoy working with him and proud of his efforts. He has improved his organizational skills and work completion. Thanks for being a positive influence on the students in 7th hour.

Student: Matthew Kennedy

Nominating Teacher: Emery

Matt aka Karl is in my 2nd hour class. He is such a smart guy, always participates, helps other students and puts up with my constant teasing ;). I really love having Karl in class.

Student: Olivia Lynn

Nominating Teacher: Paulson

She shows up with amazing enthusiasm and works her hardest every single class! She’s awesome!

Student: Gabby Axelson

Nominating Teacher: Salvatore

Gabby’s work is impeccable! She puts forth 110% each and every day along with a great learning attitude! She is incredibly sweet and kind also!

Student: Ellie Stevens

Nominating Teacher: Busuttil

Ellie has done a fine job holding herself accountable and growing increasingly responsible for the workload in 8th grade. She takes advantage of all of the help and guidance offered to her and uses it to improve herself and grow as a learner. I am so proud of her!

Student: Nathan Joseph

Nominating Teacher: Raicevich

Nathan is one of the hardest workers in class. He is always striving to to better and really engages in the learning each and every day. He is also a great leader and helps others without being asked. His growth mindset is top notch and it is really helping him be the best that he can be. Keep up the great work Nathan!

Student: Ariel Yaxley

Nominating Teacher: Rastigue

Ariel’s work is amazing! Each day she puts forth an outstanding work ethic and produces quality work. Ariel works well with hers peers and is willing to help others when they need it. She is a great kid!

Student: Kate Wenz

Nominating Teacher: Goddeeris

She is such a positive person! Kate is always on top of her assignments and is quick to lend a helping hand. She is very patient and understanding. I love having her in class each day!

Student: Porter Rice

Nominating Teacher: Bartlett

Porter comes to class with a great attitude every single day. He has quietly become a leader in class. He is always willing to help his fellow classmates.

Student: Landon Siewert

Nominating Teacher: Minor

Landon has a great work ethic; he is always putting forth 110% and produces quality work. He is very personable and gets along with, and works well with his peers.

Student: Kyle Briggs

Nominating Teacher: Bjorkstrand

Kyle is always willing to participate in any student council activity. Recently he was the star of the recycling video that student council created and he also produced a Kahoot about Earth Day that was shared with the entire school. He always has a smile on his face and warm greeting for me every morning. I appreciate the positive vibe he always has.

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C.J. Barrymore’s Eligibility Requirements

June 10, 2019- $20.00 Per Student

To be eligible to attend - Beginning April 8th

(4th quarter), students must have:

No more than two after-school detentions, NO extended detentions, and NO suspensions. All library or book fees, athletic fees, Chromebook fees, or fines of any kind must be paid, and overdue books must be returned in order to purchase a ticket!!! This year’s event takes place on June 10th. Permission slips will be sent home at the end of the month.

8th Grade Band and Vocal Cedar Point Trip

Friday, June 14th

Depart PMS Front parking lot at 6:30 a.m.

Return at approx. 10:30 p.m. to PMS Front parking lot.

Peanut/Tree nut Free snacks only!!!!

Important Information Regarding Updating Student Information:

Once again student information will be updated online for the 2019/20 school year. All families will be receiving a letter in late July/early August with instructions on how to update and verify their child’s information. This information is used for emergency situations and therefore, it is extremely important that these updates be completed prior to the start of the school year. Please look for the letter to arrive by early August and feel free to contact the school office if you have any questions.

Central Office

Mr. Todd Robinson, Superintendent
  • Ms. Jennifer McFarlane, Assistant Superintendent for Academic Services
  • Mr. Don Gratton, Executive Director of Facilities & Quality Control
  • Ms. Vicki Laseke, Executive Director of Business Services
  • Mr. Mark Nelson, Executive Director of Technology
  • Board of Education

    Dr. Gus Demas, President

    Mr. Chris Young, Vice President

    Mrs. Jill Rilley, Secretary

  • Mrs. Kim Barrows, Treasurer
  • Mr. Michael Antoine, Trustee
  • Mrs. Anita Banach, Trustee
  • Mr. Wayne Conner II, Trustee