BIG Shout Out to the Girls Varsity Bowling team as they finished the year 14-0 - TVL Champions and Section 3 Class A (Large School) Champions. They are 85-2 since 2017. Good luck to Sarah Street in the NYS Championships in March. BIG Shout Out to the Girls Varsity Bowling team as they finished the year 14-0 - TVL Champions and Section 3 Class A (Large School) Champions. They are 85-2 since 2017. Good luck to Sarah Street in the NYS Championships in March. 3 other bowlers finished in the top 15 in the "Shootout" for the last 2 places on the State team. 4 - Sophia Iglesias'Tosti, 11 -Mylie Weyant and 15 Olivia Hluska. Awesome year!
We have the following home sectional 3 games Section 3 Finals : Girls Volleyball on 2/17 4 PM @ Watertown Semifinal games Hockey on Wed Feb. 21 (JFK arena 7:00pm) Boys Basketball on Friday Feb 23 (RFA Main Gym 6:00pm ) Electronic ticket only and they must go to section 3 website or hometown ticketing to get the tickets. Here is the link
Bellamy Elementary School hosted a Book Bingo event on Tuesday night. Students, families and staff enjoyed an evening together playing bingo and enjoying Valentine’s Day themed treats! Jervis library also attended and had books available to families.
NO TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR FOR SECTION 3 EVENTS. Please see the attached Ticket QR Code for: Girls Varsity Volleyball v Camden in the Section 3 Semifinal Game Tomorrow, February 13th at 6:00 PM in the Strough Gym.
This winter season has been amazing so far. State ranked teams w BBB, GVB and Hockey. Girls bowling is 10-0. And now the Boys Bowling team pull off a huge victory over unbeaten New Hartford who is predicted to win sectionals. What a convincing victory for 9-3 Black Knights
The link for the RFA-Proctor game this Friday starting at 7 pm. Tickets are limited at Proctor but you can still watch this match up of two of the best teams in Class AAA. https://fan.hudl.com/usa/ny/utica/organization/20644/proctor-high-school
Volunteers from Miss Serrano and Mrs. Holst’s 5th grade class at Bellamy Elementary ventured down to kindergarten to assist Mrs. Paccica’s class in an art project using shapes to make pictures. The kiddos were crafty and creative in their designs!
The boys’ basketball game at Proctor High School on Friday, Feb 2, 2024, versus Rome Free Academy, will be pre-sale tickets only. The JV game will start at 5:30 PM, and the varsity game will start at 7:00 PM. A limited number of tickets will be sold. No tickets will be available at the door. Tickets are $2 for general admission. All children and students in grades K-8 must be accompanied by an adult. All tickets are non-refundable. In the event the game is postponed, the tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date. The Rome City School District Athletic office at Stadium Support will be selling pre-sale tickets for the boys' JV and V basketball game at Proctor. Tickets can be purchased at the Stadium Support Facility from 2-4 pm only, starting on Tuesday and finishing on Thursday at 4 pm.
Bellamy first grade students performed their first musical, The Little Christmas Tree, for their families on Tuesday. Students took on roles such as trees, stars, snowflakes and families looking for the perfect tree. Families also got to join their students in the classroom for some holiday fun!
Smiles for everyone at Bellamy Elementary School, today! Coffee, tea and pizzelles were delivered to staff in the morning. In the afternoon, students enjoyed a school wide sing along with a special performance by Miss Jones!
Clough teachers Mrs. Sgroi and Mrs. Razy gathered famililes to make gingerbread houses! Sticky sweetness and a lot of fun!
Students in Ms. Reiner's 3 year old class practice learning their colors through exercise and play! We love school!
Rome City School Director of Counseling Amanda Jones presented at the 2023 Advancing School Mental Health Conference. She spoke directly about The National Center for School Mental Health supporting SHAPE Up and how it has positively impacted our district.
Mrs. Race and her first grade class at Bellamy Elementary enjoyed some time in the snow on Friday! They went out on a mission to steal snow back from the Grinch! The "Grinch" ended up joining in on the fun!
Today, the grandparents of Mrs. Ohlbaum- Horst came in to teach the students about Hanukkah. Their social studies text book discussed other religions and the students wanted to learn more! Mrs. Ohlbaum, is a retired teacher and was excited to come present. The students learned the history, ate potato pancakes and played dreidel. Every student said they liked the potato pancakes! It was a great time!
Clough students in Ms. Pinti's classroom, in celebration of the first snow, had a snowball blast!
On November 21 and 22, Stokes held their Soaring Eagle Awards. Students learned about tolerance and integrity during the months of September and October. Teachers celebrated these virtues by reading aloud how the students exhibited these behaviors every day at Stokes. Students heard how their fellow Eagles were kind, accepting and trustworthy friends! The character traits for November and December are giving and cooperation. AlwaysSoaringTogether
Get your orders in before the 27th for that perfect gift from the RFA Knight Spot. https://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/new_york/rome/rome-free-academy
I just wanted to reach out to everyone to remind you that CNS uses HomeTown Ticketing for all Section III hosted events. This includes Semi Finals, Finals, State Qualifiers, and Regionals that are hosted within the Section. I have had a few questions regarding where you can find tickets on the Section III website. They can be found under the “Store” tab, then under “Event Tickets”. Here is the link just in case: https://section3.org/sports/2021/4/29/hometown-ticketing.aspx I also encourage you to remind your spectators that it would benefit them to purchase tickets during pre-sale rather than at the door. The door price for cash sales is $15 per ticket. This is reflected in the ticket policy and fee chart. There you will find the price of pre-sale and general admission tickets. You can also use the attached QR Code to advertise ticket sales for these events. When it is scanned, it will bring you right to the same link found above.
Students in Ms. Pinti's classroom at Clough went on a shape exploring adventure this morning!