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 October's front pages.
Tiyari Redwine, Talia Bowers and Mable Boone share snacks and smiles while finishing up an art project in the cafeteria. This celebration was part of North Heights Elementary's Grandparents event. Literacy coach Joslynn Hart said, “We had two schools combine, Main and North Heights. We thoug…
Four Rome Middle School students were honored by Rome Rotary as Terrific Students for the month of September. Pictured are Rotary representative Mary Hardin Thornton, RCS counselor Ayanna Clarke-Daniel, Heidi Aguilar Mandujuano, Giselle Perez, Albin Manuel-Mendez, Asma Odeh and Rome Middle S…
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 September's front pages.
Rome Middle School Terrific Kids were recognized last Thursday by the Rome Rotary Club. This year, one student from each department is chosen based on attitude and enthusiasm, determination and effort as well as attendance. Each student received a framed certificate, a $25 Barnes and Noble g…
In elementary school, sixth graders are the kings of the elementary ranks. Opportunities to lead are abundant, from crossing guards to school television — they have the chance to stand out in their last year before middle school.
The loud cheers of elementary school students echoed throughout the gym as the sound of the song “We are Family” by Sister Sledge filled in the breaks early Monday as Rome’s first full week of school began.
Rome Middle School’s Future Farmers of America Chapter received the recognition of becoming a National Three Star Chapter recently. This designation shows that Rome Middle School is in the top 10 percent of FFA chapters in the country.
Around 39 of Rome Middle School students have joined forces with Rome Middle School educator, Dollene Ray, and created a Builders Club to provide services to their community. The club traveled to the Public Animal Welfare Service (PAWS) on Thursday and volunteered their time with the dogs an…
Winners of the state-wide Governor’s Honors Program were announced this week. Two Rome High School students were named finalists in the competition, and one student was named as an alternate.
Sixth-grader Ethan Von Bergen has qualified to represent Darlington School in the state level competition of the National Geographic Bee on April 6 at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville.
Two students from Rome City Schools were named as winners in the American History Essay Contest sponsored by the Xavier Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution.
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.
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.
Ansley Reynolds, a senior at Armuchee High School, was recently named to the president’s list at Kennesaw State University. She is enrolled as a freshman in the university’s dual enrollment program.
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…
Darlington School juniors Olivia Barfield and Marissa Joseph have been named semifinalists for selection to the 2018 Georgia Governor’s Honors Program in the science and social studies tracks, respectively.
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.
Expanding the wealth of knowledge for youngsters all over Northwest Georgia was the focus for a busy day at Georgia Highlands College Saturday. Fourth, fifth and sixth-graders from 12 counties flocked to the GHC Rome campus for the annual 4-H Cloverleaf District Project Achievement Awards co…
These are the students who made the Pepperell Elementary School honor roll for the second nine-week period of the school year. Additionally students who had perfect attendance during this period are also listed below.
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…
Twenty-four members of local nonprofit Destiny Independence USA along with 15 adults traveled to the High Museum of Art in Atlanta for a cultural experience Sunday.