RHS Weekly Update

January 6, 2023

New This Week

Welcome back! We hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and holiday break with family and friends.

RHS Newsletter

There is no student newsletter this week. The student newsletters will resume next week.

Exam Week

January 17-20 is the last week of the first semester and exam week. The exam week schedule is located on page two of the RHS Bell Schedule document. Please remember there is no school on Monday, January 16 and half days on January 19 & 20.

Kiwanis Club Event

An Evening Out Just for Adults: Looking for something special to do for Valentine's Day weekend? The Romeo Area Kiwanis Club is hosting its first annual "A Heart for the Arts" event on the evening of Friday, February 10 at the Palazzo Grande. Attend the event solo or with your sweetheart. All proceeds will benefit the Romeo Community Schools art and music programs. Reverse raffle tickets with cash prizes totaling $10,000 are also available (You do not need to be present at the event to win the reverse raffle). Get your event tickets and reverse raffle tickets now - tickets are limited and they're going fast.



Juniors (and parents). The MISD is offering one day workshops for SAT preparation. Students wanting the best possible SAT score this April should seriously consider attending one of these sessions. The linked flyer contains more information.

MISD SAT Prep: 2022-2023.pdf

Early College of Macomb

RHS sophomores are invited to apply to the Early College of Macomb. Early College sent information home to all 10th grade families in early November. This is a program for highly motivated students to attend RHS and Macomb Community College during 11th and 12th grades, and then attend MCC their 13th year. Interested students and families should plan on attending one of Early College's informational programs at MCC on December 6th at Center Campus or December 7th at South Campus. Information about the program, eligibility requirements, and the application process will be shared at these meetings. Additional information about the Early College of Macomb program can be found in their brochure and on the Early College website. The application is online through the Early College website. The application window is open December 12, 2022-January 13, 2023.

Class of 2023 Reminders

Class of 2023 Fundraiser

The Senior Class is hosting a Vertical Fundraiser January 6th through January 27th to raise money that will go directly to the Senior Class and Prom. All donations can be made through our fundraising site verticalraise.com/fundraiser/romeo-hs-senior-class-drive . You can share our link on your social media or directly with friends, family, and local businesses through the fundraising page. All donations are tax deductible. We appreciate your support!

Cap and Gown Purchases

Commencement will be here before we know it. If you have not purchased your cap and gown yet make sure you do so before the price goes up on February 1st to $50.00. Click here for the link to Jostens that you will use to order. The minimum order you will need is the Cap and Gown Unit, towards the bottom of the page, for $35.50. This includes the cap, gown and tassel. No additional items are required.

Also, if you have not paid for the $20 graduation fee please do so now here.

If you have any questions or are unsure if you have paid your graduation fee or purchased your cap and gown yet please reach out to Tammy Lester at tammy.lester@romeok12.org

Class of 2023 Ads for Grads.pdf - For those interested in purchasing an advertisement for your 2023 graduate for the yearbook.

Jostons - Romeo Seniors.pdf - Information on Class of 2023 class jewelry

Senior All Night Party (SANP)

If you are interested in helping on the committee, making a donation, volunteering the night of the event, or maybe you want to just find out more information, please email us at SANPROMEO2023@gmail.com or find us on Facebook at “Class of 2023 Romeo High School Parent Page”

SANP Flyer/Registration Form

For Seniors: State Financial Aid Programs for 2022-23

The State of Michigan offers money to help pay for college with scholarships such as the

Michigan Competitive Scholarship, and new this year, Michigan Achievement Scholarship.

To qualify:

  1. Apply for FAFSA.
  2. After completing FAFSA, register an account through the *MiSSG (Mi Student Scholarships and Grants) Portal to see what you qualify for.

Links for more information: