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SCHOOL OFFICIALS CONTINUE TO PRIORTIZE SAFETY AS 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR PROGRESSES

Written by Matt Davis on August 8, 2017. Posted in News/Weather

The new school year is well underway for the majority of students around the Rome and Floyd County area.

Safety remains a primary concern for school officials as the 2017-2018 school year progresses.  Lou Byars, Superintendent for the Rome City Schools, attests that school zones are clearly marked; he advises parents, students and others to use caution around those particular areas.

And the beginning of a new school year is a time to plan for the future.  Byars adds that after school care programs are being established at some elementary schools to provide additional support to kids in need.  Also, partnerships are being cultivated by the school system across the community  with the goal of offering even more educational opportunities to students at Rome City Schools.  The ultimate objective is to prepare every student to be successful upon graduating from high school.

The Rome Board of Education will no doubt be making plans for the new school year during their regular meeting this evening.  It is scheduled to take place at 5:45 pm at the school system’s central office at 508 East Second Street and will be preceded by a 5 pm caucus session.

Today is the first day of the 2017-2018 school year for students at St. Mary’s Catholic School.

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