That's the call from a group of Romulus residents. They do not want to merge with the South Seneca School District, and they are working to get their message out to Romulus residents before the final merger vote on Tuesday, October 29th.
"KEEP RCS" President Casey McDonald in an interview with News Director Joe Nittler says the school is the cornerstone of the community. His family's involvement with the District is multi- generational .
The group has purchased 250 lawn signs and they are handing out flyers that says the tax decrease will be temporary, there will be a loss of community identity, and loss of control of their school buillding, jobs, and curriculum.