Young Romans

Every day, a different young artist's artwork is featured on the front page of the Rome News-Tribune. Here is a gallery of young artist images from March's front pages.

Every day, a different young artist's artwork is featured on the front page of the Rome News-Tribune. Here is a gallery of young artist images from February's front pages.

  • From Unity Christian School
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Unity Christian School is excited to announce this year’s annual school fundraising event. To conclude their 20-year celebration, the school will host its benefit dinner. Family, friends, and the community are invited to attend this special event on April 2 at the Forum River Center.

  • By Spencer Lahr, Staff Writer
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There are boxes and boxes of cardboard stacked in the back of the room as Model Middle School seventh-graders in math teacher Rachel Price’s class work away calculating the total surface area of the pieces that will form their tin man.

  • From Rome Noon Optimist Club
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Applications are being accepted for the annual Rome Noon Optimist Club Oratorical Contest to be held at 2 p.m. March 10 in the chapel at Garden Lakes Baptist Church, 2200 Redmond Circle. 

Garden Lakes Elementary recognizes the January Excellent Eagles for being “respectful, responsible and ready” at all times. They enjoyed a special luncheon with Principal Mary Alcorn, Assistant Principal Jeb Arp and counselor Melissa Shell. They are role models for their school, #lifeisbette…

  • From Darlington School
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The following Darlington School students were named winners at the Northwest Georgia Tech Competition on Jan. 26 and will advance to the Georgia Student Technology Competition at Middle Georgia State University in Macon on March 10.

Every day, a different young artist's artwork is featured on the front page of the Rome News-Tribune. Here is a gallery of young artist images from January's front pages.

  • From Darlington School
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Darlington School students in grades 6-12 are recognized based on their grade average for the semester, as follows: Headmaster’s list, 95 or higher average with no grade below 90; Director’s list, 90 or higher average with no grade below 85. Grades for students in Honors or Advanced Placemen…

  • From North Heights Elementary
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The following students made the High Honor Roll (all A’s) for the second nine weeks of school at North Heights Elementary:

Every day, a different young artist's artwork is featured on the front page of the Rome News-Tribune. Here is a gallery of young artist images from December's front pages.

  • From Floyd Count Schools
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Floyd County Schools College and Career Academy student Christopher Dean earned first place trophies in math, social studies, and current events contests that were a part of the academic quiz bowl at the Georgia CTI Fall Leadership Conference.

  • From Floyd County Schools
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Six Floyd County Schools College and Career Academy students were awarded medals for their performances in the SkillsUSA Region 1 competitions which were held earlier this month at the Georgia Northwestern Technical College Rock Springs campus.

  • From 100 Black Men of Rome-Northwest Georgia
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The Kemet Robotics team out of Rome and two teams from Georgia Highlands Charger Robotics, which is out of Cartersville and is part of the Kemet Robotics Alliance, competed in the First Lego League Competition at the Lonnie Johnson STEM Activity Center in Atlanta Saturday.

  • By Sydnee Argo, Caroline Clark President and Vice President of Pepperell High School Key Club
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Community. To different people, this word can occupy a plethora of various meanings.

  • From Rome City Schools
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Each year the One Book Many Voices committee chooses a book that fosters a community-wide initiative that seeks to encourage literacy, promote discussion and build community through reading.

  • By Spencer Lahr, Staff Writer
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Editor’s note: The list of the winners of the tech competitions for each school system will run in Wednesday’s Rome News-Tribune, inside the Young Romans section.

Every day, a different young artist's artwork is featured on the front page of the Rome News-Tribune. Here is a gallery of young artist images from November's front pages.

  • By Spencer Lahr, Staff Writer
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Rome High drama students are putting a twist on Charles Dickens’ Christmas classic by injecting a fairy-tale touch into each role, especially with the Big Bad Wolf playing as the formidable Ebenezer Scrooge.