Rome City Schools Celebrates Parent Involvement Month
Friday, November 16, 2018- 3:05 p.m. 
PRESS RELEASE
 
Rome City Schools would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our wonderful parents, families and caregivers for all they do at school and at home to support student success.
 
As we all know, the research on family engagement suggests that when schools, families and communities support each other, all students achieve at the highest levels. This month, Rome City Schools would like to promote awareness of the important roles that all of our parents and families have as partners in educating each child from cradle to career, and beyond.
 
Again, thank you so much for all you do to ensure the success of all our students.
 
Rowston sends this message ahead of a proclamation from Governor Nathan Deal recognizing November as Parent Engagement Month for the State of Georgia.
 
Again, thank you to all of our parents and caregivers. We could not be successful without your help and support.
 
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