Shorter University Artist-In-Residence and Associate Professor of Music Jerico Vasquez will return to his home country for a solo piano recital on Wednesday, Dec. 10 at the esteemed Ayala Museum in Makati, Philippines. Featured selections for the evening’s performance include works by Robert Schumann, Claude Debussy and Alexander Scriabin.
All 27,000 acres of Berry College, the world’s largest college campus, will become tobacco-free beginning Aug. 1, 2015.
Coming in Wednesday’s Young Romans, students at Elm Street Elementary School got to enjoy visiting with chickens, horses and bunnies during Farm Day.
Rome Noon Optimist Club awarded their Student of the Month designatin for November to Maleny Escobar, Model; Halle Hanks, Pepperell; Kimberly Comix Silis, Rome; Rebecca Landsdell, Unity; Andrew Hollis, Armuchee; Chandler Hart, College and Career; Molly Nicole Van Kleef, Coosa; Jackson Wall, Darlington; Shayla Acree, GSD.
Corey Stone was born in 1998, nine years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of Germany.
A school district administrator may be in line for a superintendent’s job, but it won’t be in Bibb County.
Georgia Northwestern’s Department of Adult Education has secured $8,700 in grants to help pay GED testing fees and transportation costs for many adult learners across Northwest Georgia.
The University System of Georgia is an active participant in the International Fraud Awareness Week, Nov. 16-22. In support of this effort, Georgia Highlands College will be hosting activities to bring awareness to fraud and further promote an ethical culture on our campuses.
The Rome City Board of Education announced Tuesday that Mike Buck and Kelley Castlin-Gacutan are the finalists for the superintendent position.
A timeline of prominent American freedom fighters, brought to life by Alto Park third- and fourth-grade Kaleidoscope students, was the centerpiece of the local elementary schools’ annual Veterans Day program Tuesday morning. Teacher candidates from the Shorter University School of Education joined the students as they recounted eight U.S. heroes’ achievements throughout the history of the United States.
ROME, Ga. – Students at Berry College are busy exploring eight new majors, minors, and concentrations this academic year.
The countdown to graduation is on at Pepperell High School.
Rome, Ga. — Shorter University has received a seven-figure gift from the Benjamin F. Brady Charitable Foundation. In recognition of this gift, the university is renaming its nursing school the Ben and Ollie Brady School of Nursing.
Schools across the state will not be using the new Georgia Milestones test as a deciding factor to pass or fail a student next year.
Three math teachers from Floyd County Schools presented their work at a state math conference last month to help other teachers across the state teach math concepts to children. Dr. Robbie Vincent, a third grade teacher at Pepperell Elementary and Angela Lacey Hester, a math teacher at Coosa High School, presented strategies for math vocabulary and Jennifer Greer, math facilitator for Floyd County Schools, presented the systems Math Tutor program and a new Advanced Algebra course. The teachers shared their math instruction knowledge at the 55th Georgia Mathematics Conference held at the Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, Georgia.
Shorter University has received a seven-figure gift from the Benjamin F. Brady Charitable Foundation. In recognition of this gift, the university is renaming its nursing school the Ben and Ollie Brady School of Nursing.
ROME, Ga. — Darlington School’s Cynde Reneau, instructional technology coordinator, was recently featured online as a contributing author for the International Society for Technology in Education.
ROME, Ga. -- Amanda Miliner , Georgia Teacher of the Year and a former Miss Georgia, will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday (Nov. 12) in the Berry College McAllister Auditorium.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College has received a $2,000 grant to plant an orchard as part of the Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation’s Community Orchard Project. The project’s dual purpose is to plant trees for environmental benefit while providing a source of free, local food.
Rome and Floyd County graduation rates both beat the state average, according to numbers released by the Georgia Department of Education, although Rome’s rate leveled out as Floyd County’s rose.
John Kenyon, marketing media specialist at Georgia Northwestern Technical College, received two Silver Medallion Awards from District 2 of the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations in the College Promotional Video category.
Adairsville police have released video footage from a patrol car dashboard camera of a shootout at a Hardee's from last week.