Chad Hannah, director of Rome High School’s Sound of the Seven Hills, was selected as one of the newest members of Phi Beta Mu. This honor is reserved for school band directors who continually go above and beyond in their profession.
Those directors inducted into the fraternity pledge to contribute to the advancement of band programs and to continue their commitment to music education. With the goal of recognizing those who have shown the attributes associated with carrying out the mission, Hannah is now mentioned among some of the greatest music educators in the organization’s history.
In true Hannah fashion, the accomplished educator pivots away from himself and to the students he serves.
“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to have been inducted into such a prestigious organization like Phi Beta Mu,” Hannah said. “I most definitely could not have done it without the kids here at Rome High School, but I am so honored and very blessed to have received this award.”
Floyd County Schools sets Federal Programs Stakeholder Meetings for today, Thursday: The release: “Floyd County Schools will hold its annual Federal Programs Stakeholder meeting this spring. At this meeting, we plan to present the results of our needs assessment and improvement planning efforts. We will gather feedback from those in attendance and utilize the feedback to develop a plan to provide the best possible education for the children of Floyd County. We hope you or your representative will be able to attend one of the meetings.
The meeting will be held on two occasions in the Central Office of the Floyd County Board of Education on 600 Riverside Parkway. The meeting dates and times are below. Your attendance is requested at only one of the meetings.
- Tuesday, March 12 at 3:30 p.m.
- Thursday, March 14 at 8:30 a.m.