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The Romulus Central School District announces the
Valedictorian and Salutatorian
for the class of 2017

Proudly, the Valedictorian is Sadie Mapstone. Sadie photoThrough hard work and dedication, Sadie has committed herself to a successful and balanced lifestyle of academia, athletics, and extracurricular activities. As a result, Sadie will graduate with a New York State Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation.

Sadie’s challenging work load has included eight Gemini courses—college level courses taught in high school, as well as one Advanced Placement course. Sadie’s enthusiasm and highly motivated work ethic are the driving forces behind her academic successes. Consequently, Sadie has rightfully earned several academic honors which include the RIT Computing and Medal Scholarship, the University of Rochester Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Scholarship, and the Finger Lakes Scholar Award from Hobart and William Smith Colleges.

Throughout her high school career Sadie has been an active participant in Student Council, High School Band, and the National Honor Society, where she served as Secretary. Sadie has excelled and has been a vital member on the Varsity Soccer, Basketball and Lacrosse teams since her freshman year of high school and was named Team Captain for all three sports. Additionally, Sadie has volunteered her services with Romulus Central Schools Bitty Ball program. During this program Sadie helped teach and coach young children basketball, while also serving as a positive role model.  Sadie has, without a doubt, demonstrated that she is a team player who shines both on and off the field.

Sadie plans to attend William Smith College in the fall, majoring in Environmental Science.

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Proudly, the Salutatorian is Katelynne Shoots. Katelynne will be graduating with a New York State Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation.

Katelynne is the kind of student who likes to challenge herself to do better and be better, not only in her academics but in her personal life as well. This is evident by the challenging course load that Katelynne has opted to take, as well as the extracurricular activities and athletics in which she participates. Katelynne’s challenging work load has included one AP and eight Gemini courses.

Katelynne’s intellectual fortitude and her unwavering drive to excel has resulted in several awards: the Le Moyne College Heights Award, Elmira College Key Award and the Hobart and William Smith Finger Lakes Scholar Award. Another distinction that demonstrates the wonderful attributes of Katelynne’s personality is the DAR award. Katelynne was chosen by the Romulus staff to be the recipient of the Daughter’s of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award. Recipients are chosen based on qualities exhibited regarding the following characteristics of a good citizen: dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism.

Aside from academics, Katelynne takes an active role in extracurricular activities and athletics. Katelynne, throughout her high school career has been part of the Varsity Girls Soccer Team, Winter Track, Peer Mediation, Peer Tutoring, National Honor Society (President), High School Band, Marching Band, Jazz Band, Student Council (Treasurer), and a participant at NYSMA Solo Fest.  Additionally, Katelynne has volunteered her services with a local Girl Scout Troop serving as a Leader Helper and additionally as wonderful role model.

Katelynne has been accepted into the 3+3 program at Nazareth College and Syracuse University. She plans to major in Law.

Sadie and Katelynne have proven themselves to be two very well-rounded people who have been very successful academically and socially. Both are hard workers who are committed to doing their best. We have no doubt both will make their mark in society, as they have done so at Romulus Central School. We, here at Romulus Central School, are extremely proud of Sadie and Katelynne; we wish them all the best in their future endeavors!


Welcome To Romulus Central School!

Mission: Holding the belief that all students can learn and the conviction that learning is the responsibility of each student, the Romulus Central School community will provide an educational environment to encourage achievement and scholarship.  Students will be encouraged and challenged to develop responsibility toward learning, and demonstrate skills which will enable them to become productive members of society. 

Vision: Romulus Central School is the distinctive small rural district, the center of a thriving community of learners, dedicated to empowering each student to be a thriving person of character and vision.  Our challenging and diversified programs link Romulus to the world of the 21st Century.

Motto: "Children first, learning always at the school with the BIG ideas!"

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