River Rouge School District
|River Rouge School District|
River Rouge High School
|River Rouge, Michigan|
|Students and staff|
|Colors||Maroon & White|
|District area||1.77 sq mi (4.6 km2)|
River Rouge School District is a public school district serving the entire city of River Rouge, Michigan. The district is the smallest public school district in terms of area in Metro Detroit and the second smallest in terms of enrollment after the neighboring Ecorse Public Schools in Ecorse. The district encompasses 1.77 sq mi (4.58 km2) of the city of River Rouge and has an enrollment of approximately 1,420 students in three schools.
River Rouge recently[when?] honored one of its own, Brent Darby, by dedicating and naming the basketball court after him. His jersey number (#24) was also retired and will be displayed in the Lofton C. Greene gymnasium. Darby was part of a winning varsity basketball team that brought pride to the Panthers. Many of his teammates, friends, family and teachers were present for this dedication. Brent Darby died in 2011.
|Ann Visger Elementary School||Elementary school||PreK–5||11121 Jefferson Avenue, River Rouge, MI 48218|
|Clarence B. Sabbath Middle School||Middle school||6–8||340 Frazier Street, River Rouge, MI 48218|
|River Rouge High School||High school||9–12||1460 W. Coolidge Highway, River Rouge, MI 48218|
|- | River Rouge STEM Academy | Elementary/Middle | K-8 | 163 Burke St, River Rouge, MI 48218
- River Rouge School District (2009). "General Fund Budget (2009–10)" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on July 27, 2011. Retrieved November 14, 2010.
- Michigan Department of Education (2014). "River Rouge School District". Retrieved September 23, 2014.
- Area figures are based on the land area of the city of River Rouge minus the unpopulated land area of Zug Island.
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