RMS Weekly Update
Mr. Steve Ameel, Assistant Principal, Athletic Director
Mrs. Katelyn Ebert, Assistant Principal
Ms. Shelley Bjorkstrand, Counselor A-Go
Ms. Katelynn Murphy, Counselor Pan-Z
Ms. Emily Parzynski, Counselor Gr-Pal
Ms. Diane Zajac, Social Worker
Mrs. Lisa Gaffke, Secretary
Mrs. Katie Lackowski, Secretary
Mrs.Carolyn Mangiapane, Secretary
Mrs. Susan Monicatti, Secretary
Attendance Line 586-281-1550
If your student will be absent, you will need to call the attendance line to verify their absence. Students will need to be verified even if they are remote learning. If your student is scheduled to be in person but will be attending remotely, please call the attendance line to verify that they will not be in the building.
The following attendance codes will be used:
No Code/Blank (means present)
In-Person Students: If your child is not in the building, he or she will be marked UNV even if the student is online. In order to change that code to VER, a parent or guardian will need to notify the office that the student is not reporting.
Remote Students: Remote students will be marked unverified if they are not in the Google Meet. Please contact the office in order to verify your student’s absence.
General guidelines include:
-Appropriate length shorts, skirts, and dresses
-Overlapping tops and bottoms
-Undergarments covered (refrain from wearing spaghetti straps and muscle shirts)
If you have any questions regarding the dress code, please refer to a building administrator.
Cell Phone Policy
Romeo Community Schools is pleased to offer one more virtual Wellness Wednesday in May from 6:30-7:30 pm.
May 19th topic- Communicate and Regulate Emotions-- meet.google.com/dwm-jjva-xpb
We hope you can join us!
Cyber Security Summer Camps
The University of Detroit Mercy Center for Cyber Security and Intelligence Studies is offering two VIRTUAL Cyber Security camps for less than $25 per participant. Participants will need access to the internet, laptop/desktop computer or Chromebook to participate. Registration links and more information is below:
Session I: June 21-25
Session II: July 12-16
Age: Middle and High School Students
Cyber Security Summer Camps
June 21-26 & July 12-16, 2021
Attending a CyberCamp to get introduced to the world of cybersecurity! Monday - Friday from 9 am-12 pm students will learn the basics of Cybersecurity and also will compete nationally on the last day of class against all of the Campers across the country!
Featuring • AFA CyberPatriot Competition and materials. Taught by Coaches, Mentors, and Instructors from local schools, colleges and universities. Learn how to defend both Microsoft and Linux. operating systems. You will come away with a basic knowledge of Cybersecurity through this hands-on camp and obtain the ability to stay safe online.
Virtual Camps both weeks: