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After School Relocation, Family Remains Rome Catholic’s Biggest Fans

After School Relocation, Family Remains Rome Catholic’s Biggest Fans

| February 13, 2017

    By Renée K. Gadoua Fifth grader Isaiah Sexton thrives at Rome Catholic School. He participates in Mass, learned to play the recorder and baritone, and mentors younger students. He and his brother, Noah, a fourth grader, have participated in the school’s running club, and the family loves the school’s art classes, plays and […]

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P.J. Day to Feed the Hungry

P.J. Day to Feed the Hungry

| February 18, 2016

Students at Rome Catholic School donned pajamas for a day as incentive to participate in a food drive for the Mission of the Christ Child at St. Peter’s Church in Rome. All the students donated a non-perishable food item to the cause.

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A New Sense of Bliss at Rome Catholic School

A New Sense of Bliss at Rome Catholic School

| February 5, 2014

BY DYANN NASHTON Sometimes it is not a matter of whether or not the glass is half empty or half full. Sometimes you just need a different glass. At least, that is the way Patricia Bliss sees it. Bliss assumed leadership as principal of Rome Catholic School last fall. Bliss’ career history traces her years spent as a […]

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