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Board OKs RFP action
to privatize custodians


by DENNIS A. SETTER
An RFP (request for proposal) went out early last week seeking bids from companies who want to take over the job of handling custodial duties for the Romeo School District.
Privatizing almost 31 custodian positions...

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Kiwanis donates
to Challenge Day



A check for $4,400 was given to the Romeo High School to help it pay for Challenge Day this year.
The donation was made by the Romeo Area Kiwanis Club at the school board's May 18 meeting. Greg Paduch, ...

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Village turns down offer for
farmers market in old fire hall


by DENNIS A. SETTER
Village Council decided against pursuing an offer by local businessmen to put a farmers market in the old fire hall on Rawles Street and instead agreed to put the building up for sale.
After discussing the issue...

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RCS security breach
causes removal of iPads


by DEBI MARTONE
A breech in the schools' security program resulted in the temporary removal of all of the Romeo elementary students' iPads.
On Friday, May 8, a student at Amanda Moore Elementary was able to download...

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RHS class of 2015 to
graduate in Pontiac


by DEBI MARTONE
Approximately 449 Romeo High School (RHS) seniors will receive their diplomas on Sunday, May 31. The graduation ceremony will take place at Ultimate Soccer Arena, located on South Blvd. in Pontiac and will begin at ...

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Baccalaureate to be
held at Romeo High School


by Rachel Krawchuk
The fifth annual Baccalaureate service will be held 7 p.m., Thursday, May 28, at Romeo High School's David L. Olson Auditorium. This Christian service honors graduating seniors with a time to experience fellowship ...

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Chidren's book helps
people to see similarities


by DENNIS A. SETTER
A Romeo graduate who moved out of the area after college and is the mother of four children, two of whom have been diagnosed with Huntington's disease, has written a book to help bring awareness to how the disease...

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SENIOR SERENADE

Seniors Brendan Salva and Ryan Marasco arranged for a mariachi band to serenade the staff and students at Romeo High School as their senior prank. The band arrived at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, May 13, and was led by a group of 15 students through the school and into the lobby, library and offices. The band played for about a half an hour before classes began. Michael Kaufman referred to the serenade as a "classy prank" representing the seniors of 2015. Seventeen magazine picked up the information about the mariachi band from senior Riley McClain's Twitter feed and listed it as one of the "10 Most Epic Senior Pranks from the Class of 2015."

(Photo courtesy of Riley McClain)

Film challenge
forms available

The 48 Hour Film Challenge kicks off on June 13 and commences on June 15. Commitment forms from filmmakers are due to the office located at WBRW by June 1.
The object is to create a 3-6 minute short film shot in one of the three communities of Romeo, Washington or Bruce Township.
The film must contain a specific prop, line of dialogue, and character. These items will be announced at 10 a.m., Saturday, June 13 at the WBRW/Romeo Film Office tent at the Washington Township Art & Orchard Festival.
Filmmakers can register as amateur or student and submit films in one of five categories: drama, comedy, animation, documentary... (more)





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