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From The Superintendent


Welcome to another busy time of the year! As our schools hold their end-of-the-year celebrations, we are reminded of our fantastic students in Royal Oak Schools.

Whether receiving special recognition from their teachers, transitioning to a new school, or graduating from our district, we celebrate them all! I am sure our staff and families are equally as proud of every one of them as I am.

Our students' contributions impact their classes, clubs, and teams and contribute to the broader community by participating in parades, donating to organizations, or volunteering for community service. These acts of kindness help them to grow as individuals while expanding their knowledge throughout the year.

Congratulations to all on behalf of the administrative team and our Board of Education. We wish you a happy, healthy, and fun summer!

- Mary Beth Fitzpatrick, Superintendent Royal Oak Schools

ROS Retirees


Congratulations to our retirees! As the school year ends, we would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations and deepest gratitude to our retirees. Your dedication, passion, and countless contributions have left an indelible mark on our school community.

Your years of service have helped shape the lives of countless students, and your legacy will continue to inspire future generations. We wish you all the best in your well-deserved retirement and hope that this new chapter brings you joy, relaxation, and fulfillment.

Thank you for everything you have done for Royal Oak Schools.


  • Sara Barbas, Churchill Community High School - 5 years
  • Rebecca Bates, Churchill Community High School - 34 years
  • Susan Blomberg, Addams ECC - 24 years
  • Kip Garwood-Tull, Northwood - 7 years
  • Gina Harwood, Enrollment - 7 years
  • Terrie Kramer, Addams ECC - 33 years
  • Janet Norling, Royal Oak High School - 23 years
  • John Sebastian, Royal Oak Middle School - 30 years
  • Leslie Kyle Schell, Royal Oak Middle School - 33 years
  • Barbara Sparks, Pupil Accountant - 25 years
Summer EBT


This summer, Royal Oak Schools is excited to announce the launch of the Summer EBT program. Designed to support families during the summer months, this new grocery benefits program provides $120 per eligible school-aged child to help purchase groceries while school is out. Recognizing that summer can be a challenging time for families as children lose access to school-provided meals, Summer EBT aims to ensure that children have access to nutritious food all year round.

Key Benefits of Summer EBT:

  • Nutritional Support: Helps parents and caregivers buy healthy foods for their children.
  • Cultural Flexibility: Allows families to select foods that fit their culture and lifestyle.
  • Improved Food Security: Enhances food security and diet quality for participating children.

Children are eligible if:

  • The household participates in the Free and Reduced Lunch Program, or
  • The child attends a school that offers the National School Lunch or School Breakfast Program, and the household income meets the requirements for free or reduced-price school meals.


  • Many families will receive Summer EBT automatically if they participate in other benefits programs such as SNAP, FDPIR, or TANF. A simple application process is available through Royal Oak Schools Food Services for families not automatically enrolled but potentially eligible.

How It Works:

  • Benefits will be provided on a separate EBT card and can be used at authorized retailers, including grocery stores and farmers' markets. Each eligible child will receive $120 for the summer, which can be used to purchase healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, meats, whole grains, and dairy products.

Children need healthy food year-round to play, grow, and learn. Visit Summer EBT to learn more about this exciting new program. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions.

Summer Camps


Royal Oak Schools is hosting a variety of sports camps this summer for students ages 4-17. The camps provide opportunities for young athletes to learn new skills, improve existing abilities, and have fun in a supportive environment.

Tennis, basketball, wrestling, swimming, softball, football, soccer, baseball, and cheerleading camps are being offered. The camps are led by experienced coaches and staff who will provide age-appropriate instruction through drills, games, and competitions.

Campers will focus on fundamentals like strokes in tennis, dribbling in basketball, stroke mechanics in swimming, hitting and fielding in softball and baseball, and cheers/stunts in cheerleading. They will also learn offensive and defensive strategies.

In addition to skill development, the camps aim to build confidence, teamwork, and sportsmanship through friendly competitions and celebrations. Campers receive a t-shirt and certificate.

The camps run throughout June, July, and early August, with half-day or evening sessions to fit family schedules. Costs range from $35 to $110 per camp. Registration requires completing a form and paying online in advance.

Don't miss this chance for your child to have fun, stay active, and enhance their skills in various sports this summer through Royal Oak Schools camps!

Legacy Day


Royal Oak Middle School (ROMS) recently celebrated its annual Legacy Day, a significant event in which 8th-grade students and teachers venture out into the community to make a difference. This year's Legacy Day took place on Friday, May 3rd, across various locations within our community.

At Addams Elementary

Legacy Day isn't just any ordinary day; it's a cornerstone of the MYP Community Project initiative, empowering our 8th-grade students to engage in meaningful service projects. This day is dedicated to igniting change and fostering a sense of purpose and passion among our students.

At Waltonwood Royal Oak

One of the highlights of the day was a service initiative led by ROMS IB MYP Coordinator Alisha Washington at the Salvation Army. This event provided an excellent opportunity for connection and learning, allowing participants to witness our students in action as they contributed positively to the community.

Food, fun, and BINGO help the work go faster.

Legacy Day featured a variety of service events, painting the town with Bulldog spirit and leaving a lasting impact far beyond the classroom walls.

Playing games at Northwood and Keller. Making cards at ROMS.
Student Spotlight



Royal Oak High School students have achieved remarkable success at the Michigan Industrial Technology Education Society's (MITES) 2024 statewide student competition. This prestigious event showcases the talents and skills of students across various Career and Technical Education (CTE) areas, including automotive, mechanical and architectural design, metalworking, animation, woodworking, electronics, graphic design, and plastics.

This year, freshman Bruno Rochon took home first place in the animation category, demonstrating exceptional creativity and technical prowess. Additionally, seniors Noah Johnson and Lucas McInerney earned impressive sixth-place finishes out of forty entries in their respective categories, highlighting their dedication and hard work.

The MITES Student Competition is a highly competitive event that brings together the best student work from across the state. It is a testament to our students' skills, creativity, and the high-quality education they receive at Royal Oak High School.

Congratulations to Bruno, Noah, and Lucas for their remarkable achievements.


Royal Oak Schools is proud to announce the recipients of this year's academic scholarships awarded by the Rotary Club of Royal Oak. We are delighted to recognize the following students for their outstanding academic achievements: Sarah Barnett, Lilliana Heline, Madelyn Johnston, Luscia Kuban, Naomi Mowers, Aidan Muxlow, Alyssa Schneider, and Allyson Twiss. Additionally, the prestigious Austin Miller Scholarship has been awarded to Maxwell Willey.

(L to R) Luscia Kuban, Lilliana Heline, Aidan Muxlow, Max Willey, Allyson Twiss, and Naomi Mowers.

In addition to these awards, the Rotary Club of Royal Oak offers a limited number of renewals each year to previous scholarship winners. This year, we are pleased to announce that Jane Barnett, Frank Firek, and Michael Woch have been selected to receive renewed scholarships in recognition of their continued excellence.

(L to R) Michael Woch, Jane Barnett, and Frank Firek.

We are incredibly proud of your accomplishments and look forward to seeing the great things you will achieve.


We are excited to share the news that Sarah Milligan, a dedicated member of the FIRST Robotics Team 1188, Robo Ravens, has achieved an extraordinary feat by winning the prestigious Dean's List Award at the World Championship level. This highly coveted award recognizes outstanding student leaders who have made significant contributions to their school and team, exemplifying qualities such as leadership, commitment, technical expertise, and the ability to motivate their peers. Sarah's recognition serves as an inspiration for young innovators in the robotics community.

Sarah and team members present 1188 at a recent Board of Education meeting.


Royal Oak Schools is proud to share that several of our students were honored at the Royal Oak Youth Assistance (ROYA) Youth Recognition and Rising Star Ceremony. This event celebrates the outstanding contributions and remarkable achievements of students from grades K-12 in our community.

The Youth Recognition Awards acknowledge students who have demonstrated exceptional citizenship. These students have performed humanitarian acts, acts of heroism, provided exceptional service to others, or overcome significant obstacles, setting an inspiring example for their peers.

In addition to the Youth Recognition Awards, students were also celebrated with Rising Star Awards. This recognition is given to those who have worked diligently to overcome personal or academic challenges. ROYA views these students as role models for us all, showcasing resilience and determination.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all the students recognized at the ceremony. Your actions and perseverance reflect the values and mission of Royal Oak Schools, and we are incredibly proud of your contributions to our community.

Royal Oak High School 2024 Youth Recognition Recipients:

  • Haley Berry, ROHS
  • Grace Ronan, ROHS

Royal Oak High School 2024 Rising Star Recipients

  • Devin Burton, ROHS
  • Grant Hattermann, ROHS
Congratulations to all of our students!

Youth Recognition Recipients

  • Sophia Alfaro, Oak Ridge
  • Maggie Donoghue, Oak Ridge
  • Isa Fernandez, Oak Ridge
  • Victoria Grogan, Oak Ridge
  • Porter Herrmann, Oak Ridge
  • Mattea Kelly, Northwood
  • Jack Kortlandt, Addams
  • Mila Rose, Addams
  • Reese Showers, Keller
  • Nevaeh Stewart, Churchill
  • Estelle Stier, Keller
  • Conrad Stier, Keller
  • Magdalene Stier, Keller
  • Lucas Tesch, ROMS
  • Sophia Wrasse, Oak Ridge
  • Olivia Zilan, Oak Ridge

Rising Star Recipients

  • Christian Behrens, Churchill
  • Jose Luis Duran Castellana, Northwood
  • AJ Landry, Churchill
  • Mackenzie Norris, Addams
  • Lucy Viers, Upton

Use this link to watch the 2024 ceremony.


We are proud to announce the outstanding achievements of our Career and Technical Education (CTE) students who were recognized at the Oakland Schools Career and Technical Education Awards.

  • Nia Johnson - Outstanding Achievement in Career and Technical Education: Medical Skills
  • Audrey Gearheart - Outstanding Achievement in Career and Technical Education: Culinary Arts

Please join us in celebrating Nia and Audrey for their exceptional accomplishments and dedication to their respective fields.

(L) Audrey Gearheart accepts her award. (R) Nia Johnson


Congratulations to the 9th-grade winners in the Oakland County Financial Literacy Art Contest! We are thrilled to announce that two of our students excelled in this event, taking home both first and second place for ninth grade!

“My heartfelt congratulations to the incredibly talented student artists who participated in and won the 2024 Financial Empowerment Arts Contest. The exceptional talent and creativity showcased by the student artists are awe-inspiring and reflect the importance of financial empowerment,” said Oakland County Treasurer Robert Wittenberg.

Join us in celebrating Aiden and Natalie for their outstanding achievements and creativity!

(L) Aiden Brock, Royal Oak High School - "Faber Est Suae Quisque Fortunae" 1st Place (R) Natalie Browning, Royal Oak High School - "Don’t Put All Your Eggs In One Basket" 2nd Place

To see all of the winning entries, click here.


On May 21, Royal Oak Middle School hosted the annual Senior Honors Convocation, a memorable event that celebrated the exceptional achievements of our senior students. The evening was filled with pride and joy as hundreds of students were recognized for their hard work, dedication, and outstanding accomplishments.

From academic scholarships to special awards, the evening showcased the remarkable achievements of our seniors and their contributions to both the school and the broader community.

Congratulations to all the students recognized at the Senior Honors Convocation. We are incredibly proud of your hard work and dedication, and we look forward to seeing the great things you will accomplish in the future.

Use this link to view the Honors Convocation event.

Staff Successes



Lynn Legg, PT, a valued member of our Early Intervention team, has been honored with the prestigious Jane Scandary Award for excellence in early intervention/early childhood education. Lynn's commitment to her work and her passion for early childhood education have not gone unnoticed. Her dedication to supporting children and families in our community is truly commendable. Rebecca Rea, Speech-Language Pathologist, said, "We are lucky to have her on our team in Royal Oak, and the families we work with have learned so much from Lynn. We have all, as a team, learned so much from Lynn."

(L & C) Lynn Legg and her co-workers at Addams ECC. (R) Lynn with her family at the May Board of Education meeting.

Danielle Truesdell, Supervisor of Early Childhood Programs at Addams ECC, said this about Lynn: "I can't think of anyone more deserving of this award than Lynn Legg. She has dedicated her life to helping children and families. She was instrumental in establishing the current Primary Service Provider (PSP) model for Early On service used throughout Oakland County. Lynn has been a part of Royal Oak Schools for 31 years, and we are lucky to have her!"

The award honors an outstanding Michigan professional for contributions to the field of Early Intervention or Early Childhood Special Education or an individual who has made major and significant contributions to young children with special needs and their families in the State of Michigan. Lynn said that she was honored to be the 2024 reciepient.

"Working as part of Royal Oak's Early Intervention team, and as a consultant and parent educator for Early On Oakland, has given me the opportunity to guide, as well as, learn from my team members and provide exemplary services within the framework of evidence-based best practices to our families in Royal Oak." - Lynn Legg

The Jane Scandary Award is a testament to Lynn's exemplary service and unwavering dedication to early intervention.

ROMS Leadership Hosts Delegation of Educators

Royal Oak Middle School leadership was honored to host the International Delegation of English Language Educators this past month in collaboration with Global Ties Detroit. Global Ties Detroit, a nonprofit organization facilitating international exchange programs on behalf of the U.S. Department of State, brought together 12 passionate educators and administrators from 11 diverse countries across Africa, Asia, and Europe.

The visit focused on exploring the enriching framework of Royal Oak Middle School's International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IB MYP) and its impactful social-emotional learning (SEL) practices. The delegation was thrilled to visit and eager to gain insights into how ROMS nurtures the emotional well-being of both students and staff.

Administration proudly showcased their dedication and innovation through the Character Strong and MYP programming, highlighting the collaborative efforts of the entire school community. Grateful for the experience, the delegation presented the team with gifts, making this a mutually enriching experience that reaffirmed the district's commitment to global education and collaboration.

This visit underscored the importance of our vision and mission, reinforcing our dedication to fostering a community of excellence through inclusive and diverse educational practices.

Lois Mann


Lois Mann, an Oak Ridge kindergarten teacher, was celebrated for her remarkable 50-year career in teaching last month. A special event brought together a full room of her former students, current students, and co-workers to honor her dedication.

Lois Mann knew from a young age that she wanted to be a kindergarten teacher. She likes to tell the story of how she told her Kindergarten teacher that she wanted to be a Kindergarten teacher one day. And when that day happened, her former teacher sent her a letter to congratulate her. Mann talks about how much teaching kindergarten has changed over her 50 years. She recalls when teaching kindergarten meant a lot of playtime and half days. At the event, she was honored with two proclamations. Oakland County Commissioner Dave Woodward and a representative from Senator Mallory McMorrow's office presented her one.

ROSF Golf Outing


Come golf with us! Prepare yourself for an exhilarating day of golf and fun at Metamora Golf and Country Club! This annual fundraiser hosted by the Royal Oak Schools Foundation promises an unforgettable experience for all attendees.

Join us for a round of 18 holes on a picturesque course, complemented by a welcome breakfast and convenient beverage carts to keep you refreshed throughout the game. But the excitement doesn't stop there!

After the final putt, gather with us in a spacious tent overlooking the stunning landscape of Metamora Golf and Country Club. Here, enjoy a mouthwatering barbecue buffet prepared on-site, featuring delectable Beef Brisket, savory Pulled Pork, and an array of accompaniments. Don't worry, we've got appetizers, salads, and desserts covered too, with a vegetarian/vegan option available for those with dietary preferences.

Whether you're a returning guest or a newcomer, we warmly invite you to join us for a day of golfing excellence, games, raffles, and fun. Use this link for more information or to register.



Royal Oak Schools is proud to highlight the inspiring CAS project undertaken by Julia Malone, a full Diploma Programme (DP) student at Royal Oak High School. For her Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) project, a requirement for the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma, Julia engaged with 5th graders at Keller Elementary, fostering their understanding of global issues through art.

Julia's project was intricately connected to the fifth-grade exhibition, where students chose an issue of global significance and devised potential solutions. During her project, three exhibition groups from different classes presented their topics. Julia then showcased how artists around the world have addressed these same issues through their work.

"Presenting to the fifth graders made me feel more connected to the Royal Oak Schools community. I attended Keller K-5, and I really enjoyed the IB primary years program during my time there, which culminated in Exhibition. However, I hadn't returned to Keller post-pandemic, and I was a little nervous (I even got lost trying to find the Main Office)," Julia said. "This nervousness was alleviated when I met the fifth graders, all of whom were a very attentive and participatory audience. This made it easy for me to give my presentation and get my point across, which made me feel confident about my project."

The 5th graders analyzed various artworks and participated in enriching discussions about the art and the issues it represented. The project culminated in a creative session where the students created their own artworks inspired by the exhibition topics.

This project not only enhanced the students' awareness of global issues but also demonstrated the power of art as a tool for expression and change.

"My favorite part about this project was that I got to combine two of my favorite things--current events and contemporary art," said Malone. "I love how self-guided the entire IB program is and how my teachers (across the district!) have supported me through this project and all of my projects since Kindergarten. I'm grateful I got the opportunity to return to Keller and talk to current 5th graders embarking on the same Exhibition process I did six years ago. I didn't have many expectations going into the presentation, but my audience exceeded all of them. It felt like a full-circle moment for me, and I greatly appreciate the teachers, administrators, and students who made the experience so great!"

Around The District


ECC students from Amber Wilt's classroom got up close with three types of moths that they witnessed emerging from their cocoons.
In Ms. Glowacki's PE class at Addams Elementary, students played the Carnival Toss game. In this game, teams team up to score points by throwing or rolling a ball to hit targets with different point values. Teamwork and fun in action!
Meet Keller Elementary's Principal For A Day, Hazel! She worked alongside Mrs. Dryden doing paperwork, visiting classrooms, and more.
Northwood students had some fun running a candy store in Mrs. Miller's 2nd grade classroom. Students practiced adding and subtracting money while buying candy and getting the correct change. Sweet learning in action!
First-grade students from Lisa Karczewski's class at Oak Ridge had a fantastic time on their field trip to Greenfield Village! They explored history, learned about different eras, and enjoyed hands-on activities.
Upton students, like these 2nd graders, had a blast during Field Day.
Katherine Davis and her ROMS 7th graders have been working with food to learn science! (TOP) Extracting DNA from strawberries while studying genetics. (BOTTOM L) Learning about different traits and how they are passed on from creating marshmallow aliens. (BOTTOM R) Using candy to create a 3d model of DNA.
Ngoc Do from Vibe Credit Union engaged students in Mrs. Turk's business class at ROHS about all things credit!
Our 8th graders had an exciting visit as future Ravens at Royal Oak High School! They explored the campus, met new friends, and got a glimpse of the vibrant high school life ahead.
TRAILS students enjoyed some outdoor fun and learning with an end-of-year staff and student picnic. Students also planted vegetables and flowers in the community garden.
Insights Into Learning


We are very excited to welcome our incoming students for the 2024-25 school year! Three events will take place before the start of the next school year. These events include a screening day, a spring social event at the child’s enrolled school, and a teacher meet ‘n’ greet in the fall.

During the month of May, we had kindergarten screening days for our incoming kindergarten/DK students. This was a wonderful opportunity for the students to interact with each other and the elementary staff at each of our schools. It is also an opportunity for Royal Oak Schools staff to learn more about each student individually so everyone can hit the ground running in the first couple of weeks of school.

Students who participated in the Kindergarten screening event with teachers and staff rotated through stations focused on literacy, numeracy, fine motor skills, and speech and language skills.

While the students were engaged in these activities, the families spent some time with the building principal to learn more about Royal Oak Schools and some of the offerings we provide. Families were also encouraged to complete a student questionnaire on their child.

We believe that these Kindergarten screening events really help us better understand some of our incoming Kindergarten students and the needs and supports that they will require to be successful in our schools.

Our teachers, administrators, and staff will gather information during these events to identify specific student support. Having this information early helps our teachers and staff build a Kindergarten program that supports and welcomes all students.

DEI Work


Greetings from the Deeper Dive!

I hope that everyone had a Marvelous May! It is so hard to believe that we are already in June and approaching all of our end-of-school-year celebrations and activities. I am so grateful for all of the connections that I have made with everyone since coming aboard in late November, and I am looking forward to many more collaborations, connections, events, and programs next school year.

May proved to be a very busy and productive month with many celebrations, student interviews, events, programs, conferences, school visits, and presentations.

In mid-May, I was fortunate to attend the Leading to Liberate- Tri-County Culturally Responsive Mathematics Spring Leadership Conference sponsored by the MiSTEM Network, Wayne RESA, Oakland Schools, and Washtenaw ISD. The conference offered a dynamic experience that supported leaders in enacting culturally responsive leadership within their building(s) and districts. During the conference, I was able to work with field experts such as Dr. Jay Marks, Dr. Christopher Emdin, Dr. Rich Milner, Dr. Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz, and many more to engage in culturally responsive instruction support. We also collaborated with all 3 Intermediate School Districts to learn how to create more inclusive school environments. Each panelist and facilitator stressed the significance of prioritizing a student-centered approach. This approach will continue to be consistently applied at Royal Oak Schools to propel us forward in our inclusion efforts.

(L) Leading to Liberate Conference Panelists. (R) Ashley Phillips and Dr. Jay Marks

May also presented great professional development opportunities for our district during our Late Start Days. Each building participated in an Implicit Bias PD that allowed us to gain an understanding of:

  • The meaning of implicit bias and how to recognize its existence
  • How to identify personal implicit biases
  • How implicit biases impact education
  • How to address and dismantle negative effects of implicit bias

Even though Implicit Bias can prove to be one of the more difficult topics to discuss, we were able to unpack our fears and gain valuable insight about the concept itself, ourselves, and others through engaging in discussion, self-reflection, and community-building activities.

Lastly, I am wishing everyone well as we close out an amazing school year and head into Summer. I know that we have just a couple of short weeks in June, and I am encouraging all of our students to finish strong and continue to make positive, long-lasting memories with their classmates, teammates, fellow club members, teachers, and school staff as we bring the year to a close. Next school year will be even greater as we continue to strive for the best!

June will be a joyous month for sure! Here are additional Pride Month and Juneteenth resources for the month of June:

Please be sure to stop by the ROHS Diversity Club table if you are able to attend the Juneteenth Celebration!

~Ashley Phillips, DEI Coordinator

Junior Olympics


As the end of the school year approaches, excitement is building for the upcoming Junior Olympics. Here’s what you need to know about this much-anticipated activity!

The Junior Olympics is a special event for students in grades 3-5. Students qualify for specific events based on their fitness testing scores. A highlight is the Tug-O-War event, exclusively for 5th graders. Each 5th grader who is not participating in another event is entered into a random draw for selection. Students can only participate in one event. Selected students will compete against other Royal Oak elementary students at the High School Stadium.

This year's Junior Olympics will be held on Monday, June 10th, at 6 PM at the High School Stadium. For a complete list of Junior Olympic events, click here!

We look forward to this exciting event and appreciate the support and enthusiasm of our community.

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Dates for June


June is LGBTQ Pride Month

June is National Hunger Awareness Month

June is National Safety Month

June 12 - Last Day of School

June 13 - Board of Education Regular Meeting 6:30 PM

June 14 - Flag Day

June 16 - Father's Day

June 19 - Juneteenth

June 20 - First Day of Summer

2024-25 School Calendar

August 26 - First Day of School

September 20 - Oakland Through The Years: 100 Years Of Excellence Celebration

Use this link to review the calendar, which is located on our website under District/Calendars.



We would love to invite you to join our team. You can use this link to apply for most jobs with Royal Oak Schools:

Food service workers and cashiers: Chartwells Food Service hires substitute food service workers. The cashier position is from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and pays $14/hr. The cook position is at the elementary schools from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and pays $16.15/hr. After training, you would be "as needed" fill-in for sick calls, working on average 1-2 days per week. It could also become regular part-time when openings exist. Includes free lunch.

Substitute teachers: EDUStaff is our partner for substitute teachers. Please apply through their website at:

Paraprofessionals: A paraprofessional works with a team of teachers to help qualified students be successful at school. These patient and caring individuals may implement academic, physical, behavioral, and self-care supports that empower students to engage with their education as independently as possible. All applicants should apply through the Oakland Schools Human Resources Consortium website at:

Individuals interested in working with and caring for school-age children before and after school for our Young Oaks (Latchkey) Program should contact the Addams Early Childhood Center at (248) 288-3220.

Bus Drivers: Durham School Services is hiring for our transportation department. A minimum of 20 hours is guaranteed, with options for more. Contact James Hollis at Durham to apply:

Instructional and administrative positions: Check the Oakland Schools Consortium portal at Employment opportunities with Royal Oak Schools are on our website under Employment/HR. If you have any more questions, please contact Beth Caverly at the District Offices: or (248) 435-8400 x1210.


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