Teacher Feature: Herr Griffin

Ryan Medley ‘17 - Mr. Griffin has spent his entire life a resident of Romeo. Deriving from his love for his childhood home, fate lead him back to his former High School where he now teaches German and walks the...

Passion for design: Hannah Yestrepsky

Mackenzie Easlick ‘17- Junior Hannah Yestrepsky utilizes her unique talent for graphic design, allowing blank screens to give way to original works of art. “I’m the graphics editor for Yearbook and basically...

Girls basketball fall to Dakota, 37-35

Josh Bilski '16: Traveling to Dakota High School (9-3) in a MAC Red contest, the girls basketball team (6-6) lost a heartbreaker, 37-35. Leading the effort, Oliva Medaugh ‘19 scored 10 points, and Morgan Gar...

How to help with the Flint Water Crisis

Mackenzie Easlick ‘17 - As many students know, the city of Flint is facing a water crisis. One great thing that we can do to help is to donate or volunteer. To donate money: Flint Childrens’ Health and D...

Creative flow: Ambyr McLean

Morgan Brown ‘17 - With seven hours of school per day, varying levels of homework for each class, and a dedication to after school activities, the brains of high school students can be strained. At times, stude...

Grading policy changes to take effect this semester

Abigail Keller ‘16 - In December of 2015, the Effective Grading Practices Study Group met in order to improve the Romeo Community Schools Grading Standards for grades from 6-12. After two weeks, the committee f...

Club Spotlight: Ski Club

Sarah Spuz ‘17-  As the cold Michigan winter weather finally comes, Romeo’s Ski Club comes to a start. Last week, Romeo’s ski club took their first trip to Pine Knob. Sam Foster ‘17 recently joined the Ski Club...

Hockey Recap: Ike & Dakota

Steven Morris ‘16 - Coming into the weekend 14-0, the Romeo Varsity Hockey Team had that 14 game winning streak broken by rival Eisenhower. On Friday night, the Eagles improved to 8-9 after defeating the Bulldo...

Makeup is false advertising

Chloe Alverson ‘17- Makeup is false advertising. Clearly, those who wear makeup want to trick others into thinking that they are better looking than they actually are. Those liars, with their perfectly arched e...