Rome Rotary honors Rome Middle School students Thursday as Terrific Students for the Month of January. Rosenda Cux-Chan, Mariela Leon-Reyes, Dei’ Gibbons and Kayla Woods were nominated for the award by their teachers for excelling in their studies and being model students through their posit…
Sherry Childs says she’s excited about everything going on in fine arts within the Floyd County school system.
At the request of local pastors, Floyd County and Rome City school officials worked together to try to get their spring and fall breaks to align this year.
Pepperell High School’s Teens in the Driver Seat chapter attended the Teens in the Driver Seat Summit 2019 held in San Marcos, Texas, in December.
Members of the Rome High School Grand Finale Show Choir invited friends and family members to join them for their 2019 Christmas Spectacular.
Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus stopped in Rome on Thursday to thank Beth Abbott’s kindergarten class at St. Mary’s Catholic School.
Cooper Brown (left) and Cason Brown attend Infinity Children’s Service’s 21st annual Fall Festival on Thursday. It is held right behind the building on East Sixth Avenue.
Rome Middle School hosted community members, faculty, staff, students and their families to witness the REACH Georgia Signing Ceremony as they announced the school system’s first ever REACH scholars. REACH Georgia is the state’s first needs-based mentorship and college scholarship program.
Little Brady Beers dressed up as Superman for Friday night’s Boofest at the Y held at Grizzard Park. The fest had games, Trick or Treat and hay rides to bring in Halloween fans.
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.
Kentrell Dobbins I like to learn about plants, so I guess science is my favorite subject. We made tiny holes with our fingers and put a seed or a seedling in the hole. Then, with sunlight and water it will grow! My mom is my hero because she does things for me and I do stuff for her. She has…
During a two-week camp, students were given the opportunity to learn about the English language, the culture in the United States as well as the community as a whole and its services, during the Rome City’s Summer Language Camp.
Last year, we stopped by all of Rome City Schools’ kindergarten classes just after nap time, and we asked them to give us a glimpse into their little worlds. This year, we were able to catch up with those same students and find out what a year under their belt will do to the answers now that…
Thursday night the Media Center of Model Elementary School was filled with the families of students who were being recognized by the school for their achievement in the Young Georgia Authors competition.
Coosa High School students took to the football field Thursday afternoon for a series of powder-puff football games that raised money for the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia.
All elementary schools in the Floyd County Schools system now has funding to begin or continue a science technology engineering and math lab through donations from six local Masonic lodges.
A dozen Rome youngsters displayed amazing creativity and poise on the stage at the City Auditorium on Saturday. The kids from local schools all stood before a large crowd and spun stories of their own creation in front of several hundred folks, many of them family and friends, without a sign…