Romeo Defeats Utica Ford 71-56

Charles Roth '14 - Sports Editor The Bulldogs offense was yet again to much for their opponent as they defeated the Falcons from Utica Ford II. Romeo's fast paced offense didn't waste any time, as the Bul...
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Holiday Quiz

Play the Holiday Quiz quiz on QuizRevolution now! Quiz by Abigail Buchanan '14 - Entertainment Editor ...

To Stand or Not to Stand?

Taking A Stand To Sit Down Cymoril Binder '15 - Guest Columnist School. First hour. Time to say the Pledge of Allegiance. A majority of the class stand and a majority of those place their hands on their hear...
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Bulldogs 2-0 After Win Over Big Reds

Charles Roth '14 - The Big Red Barn was too much for the visiting Big Reds from Port Huron as the Bulldogs finished their first home game of the season with a 63 to 40 win.  A packed student section set the moo...
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November Staff Members of the Month

Claire Fraeymen '14 - Feature Editor When asked about Mr. Leitzel, many students mention his fidelity, intelligence, and helpfulness. Teaching Algebra II and senior math requires dedication and Mr. Leitzel mak...

Chromeout Recap

  Tommy Anderson '14 - Editor-In-Chief Following nearly a year of planning, hype and preparation, Chromebook Rollout finally came to Romeo High School and RETC. There were a few difficulties with Google ...

Szajna Makes it Count

Claire Fraeyman '14 - Feature Editor The score is tied. The Bulldogs are up to bat. The crowd waits anxiously. The next batter hits a double. The runner on base advances to home plate. The Bulldogs celebrate t...

RHS and RETC Chromebook Rollout December 10th

Khadeejah Ahmed '14 - News Editor The Connected for Success Technology Bond, passed by the community last year, granted Romeo a total of $16.4 million for advancements, all technology related. The first step t...
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Board of Education Meeting 12/2/13

Khadeejah Ahmed '14 - News Editor On December 2nd, Romeo Community Board met with the public to hold their first of two December meetings. Starting off, Dr. Nancy Campbell read the successes of the community. ...