Community Partnerships, Academic Growth, Enrichment Programs Focus of 2014 Kindergarten Round-Up

Local all-day kindergarten applications for Fall 2014 now being accepted at Romulus Community Schools.

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Kindergarten is the start of your child’s educational journey to independence, which will lead to many adventures along the path to College and Career Readiness.

Detroit, MI (PRWEB) March 18, 2014

Romulus Community Schools is now accepting Fall 2014 applications for all-day kindergarten at all four elementary school locations. Strong parent and community partnerships are developed when a student is enrolled at Romulus Community Schools. Monitored academic growth and extended daily enrichment programs encourage an environment where students excel. The annual Kindergarten Round-Up, an information and registration event, is scheduled for March 27 at Cory School of Learning, 12 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Registered children must be five years old before October 1, 2014 in order to qualify for enrollment. Enrollment is for any of the four elementary schools in the Romulus school district including Barth Elementary, Halecreek Elementary, Romulus Elementary and Wick Elementary. To enroll, bring your child’s birth certificate, health record, three proofs of residency and parent/guardian photo identification. Applications can be dropped off daily from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. at one of the four elementary schools.

“Kindergarten is the start of your child’s educational journey to independence, which will lead to many adventures along the path to College and Career Readiness,” said Marjie McAnally, interim superintendent at Romulus Community Schools.

The award-winning Romulus Community Schools is part of the prestigious North Central Association Accreditation. The vision of High Expectations, High Achievement: Everyone, Everyday guides Romulus teachers in their creation of a safe, nurturing and individualized learning environment. While enrolled at Romulus Community Schools, students will have access to state-of-the-art technology labs, foreign language, fine arts and physical education. A focus on respect, responsibility and resourcefulness allow for positive behavior support.

“Our District’s motto is High Expectations, High Achievement, Everyone, Every Day; Our staff is committed to provide your child with all of the necessary tools to be successful,” said McAnally. “The first step in getting your child ready for kindergarten is to develop a strong partnership with the school and its staff. This partnership begins at kindergarten round up and continues until your child graduates high school.”

For more information regarding Romulus Community Schools or Kindergarten Round-Up, please visit: http://www.romulus.net/.

About Romulus Community Schools: Romulus Community Schools are based in Romulus, MI and have 4 elementary schools, a middle school and high school. The mission of Romulus Community Schools is to continuously provide innovative learning opportunities which will best prepare all learners to meet the challenges of the future. Their vision statement is “High Expectations, High Achievement: Everyone, Everyday.”

Barth Elementary School is located in the southwest corner of the school district at 38207 Barth Road. Barth serves about 325 students and is home to the Barth Bears. Barth operates on a mission to encourage, inspire, mentor, and support all children in meeting their highest academic potential through a variety of proven educational programs, so that they can serve our community. Barth Elementary can be reached at (734) 532-1252.

Halecreek Elementary School is located in the southeast section of the school district at 16200 Harrison Road. Halecreek is home to the HAWKS – High Achieving, Winning Kids. Its vision is to create a culture of high achievement, in which all learners take responsibility for maintaining an environment where everyone is able to reach their full potential. For more information call (734) 532-1353.

Romulus Elementary School is the newest school in the district and sits on the northeast area of the school district at 32200 Beverly Road. It serves about 425 students. Its vision is "Strength in Learning" where students achieve their maximum potential in a safe, caring and respectful atmosphere. Romulus Elementary can be reached at (734) 532-1453.

Wick Elementary School serves about 379 students and is located on the northwest corner of the school district at 36900 Wick Road. Wick is home to the wolverines and its mission is to produce positive and innovative learners, who will become respectful, responsible, and self-sufficient contributors to society. For more information call (734) 532-1503.


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