Affordable Learning Georgia, a University System of Georgia initiative, awarded grant money to Georgia Highlands College for the redesign of one of its classes toward the use of more free open resource learning materials. The freshman college studies —FCST 1010—class is a 10-week course that strives to teach students skills relevant to achieving success in college such as time management, organizational and test-taking skills.
ROME, Ga. — Darlington School’s Dean of College Guidance Sam Moss was recently honored by the Southern Association for College Admission Counseling (SACAC) for his service to the association and to the college admissions profession.
Tucker McCoy, an eighth-grade student at Pepperell Middle School, has received an invitation to play on the Football University (FBU) National Championship Team for Team Atlanta. Football University is an invitation-only, one-of-a-kind football training experience focusing on developing and enhancing the playing ability and skill of elite-level athletes in middle and high school. The training is provided by the NFL's top coaches and players. Organizers of the team are the producers of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
McCoy participated in a tryout in August to earn the invitation to compete for the team. At Football University, he will be part of a 35-man team made up of teens from around the state of Georgia. The teams will participate in bracket play during the months of October and November. There are 192 teams nationwide across 16 regions of the country. Only 12 teams will advance to the FBU Championship to be played in Naples, Florida. Of the twelve teams, four will be selected from each age bracket. The teams will have to prove they are among the best in the country as they seek to advance in the single elimination tournament. The winning teams in each division will be FBU National Champions.
McCoy plays for Pepperell Middle School and is the starting nose guard on defense and right tackle on offense. The Dragons are undefeated in their quest for the team’s third straight middle school championship. This is not McCoy’s first invitation to an all-star program. Last summer, he participated in the Future Stars All-Stars football program in Bradenton, Florida where he was the starting right tackle for Team Georgia.
Georgia Highlands College Teaching-Learning Center awarded on Monday four faculty members mini-grants for the purpose of improving teaching and learning.
ROME, Ga. – Berry College officials will break ground Friday to start construction on Valhalla, a lighted stadium for football, lacrosse, and track and field.
The teacher and support person of the year from Rome City Schools both agree that they love what they do and they owe a lot to their mothers.
Coming in Wednesday’s Young Romans, Floyd County Kaleidoscope students learn how to solve mysteries during their Mystery Mission Day.
Rome, Ga. — Shorter University Executive Vice President and Provost Donald Martin joined other higher education representatives at the Consortium for Global Education’s 27th Annual Strategic Meeting in Waco, Texas, where he presented a special report on the university’s study abroad programs. The meeting, which was hosted by Baylor University, was a time for universities’ employees from throughout the United States to engage with speakers with a goal of advancing quality education throughout CGE’s global networks.
A new website for Rome City Schools will be unveiled at the board of education meeting Tuesday.
Business was good at the plastic bottle pit.
More than 60 fans of Berry College’s bald eagles gathered at the school on Saturday morning after meeting on the Berry College Eagle Facebook page. Participants came from North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and Florida.
It will be all about cardboard and imagination at the Coosa Valley Fairgrounds on Saturday as more than 500 local students show off their creations during the Rome & Floyd County Cardboard Challenge.
ROME, Ga.— The Berry College “Writing and Community” class invites local high school students to take part in a series of creative writing workshops beginning Oct. 28.
Thirty-four years ago Kim Riddle of Fort Oglethorpe left High School, now she is enrolled at Georgia Northwestern Technical College and is studying Business Administrative Technology.
The world of unmanned aerial vehicles is being introduced in the classroom and producing a new way of thinking about the future.
The Rome Board of Education will hold two sets of meetings Tuesday, one to make progress on finding a new superintendent, and another to take care of business and name its teacher of the year.
More Advanced Placement exams are being taken by students in Rome and Floyd County, according to information released Thursday by the Georgia Department of Education.
More than one million adults in the Peach State have attended college without graduating. Next week, Georgia Northwestern Technical College, as well as other technical colleges and universities in Georgia, will be hosting “Go Back, Move Ahead” week.
Coosa Middle School science teacher Roy Mitchell was named Floyd County Schools’ 2015 Teacher of the Year at Tuesday’s board of education meeting.
Floyd County’s 2015 Teacher of the Year truly cherishes those “got-it” moments and said his first one came in a high school chemistry class.
Coming in Wednesday’s Young Romans, Alto Park Elementary students stay busy on the first day back from fall break.
Adairsville police have released video footage from a patrol car dashboard camera of a shootout at a Hardee's from last week.