Four Rome Middle School students were recognized as being Terrific Students for the Month of January by the Rome Rotary Club on Thursday.Alya Samha, Daysia Watkins, Christian Gonsalves and Yash Patel were nominated by their teachers for being excellent students and going above and beyond in everything they set forth to do. Accompanying the students was RMS eighth-grade counselor, Ayanna Clarke-Daniel. After being treated to a special lunch, the students were called one-by-one, and received a plaque listing their accomplishments and a $25 gift card to Barnes and Noble.
Floyd County Schools’ Project SEARCH team received the Redmond Regional Medical Center Department Pulse Award for January. The Pulse Award is given to departments which exemplify the mission and values that are held at Redmond. Departments are recognized for going above and beyond, helping to create the best atmosphere for patients and visitors. The Project SEARCH High School Transition Program is a unique business-led, one year, school-to-work program that takes place entirely at the workplace. Total workplace immersion facilitates a seamless combination of classroom instruction, career exploration, and relevant job-skills training through strategically designed internships.
Rome City Schools is hosting a recruitment fair for all positions on Saturday, Jan. 26, at Rome High School. The fair will begin at 9 a.m. and run until noon. Rome City Schools is recruiting for all positions including: teachers, paraprofessionals, bus drivers, custodians, nutrition, etc. on Saturday during the event. They are are also hiring for school-level clerical professionals. The system will issue contracts to certified applicants the day of job fair. If you are interested in becoming a part of Rome City Schools, please take advantage of this great opportunity to apply during the recruitment fair.