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Public and Public Charter Schools in Rome

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Bullying is rampant. Teachers kids are often the perpetra...
Second Place Is Not An Option - That's the motto. That is...
The staff of EC has helped my sons transition to a new sc...
West End Elementary is one of the best schools I have eve...
I absolutely loved Armuchee. I started in Glenwood and we...
i would not reccomend this school! the staff are always t...
The teachers are disrespectful to the children. My child...
If you have a child who is going to play baseball at Mode...
As a whole, coosa middle is a pretty good school. I do f...
My son enrolled there last year. It was late in the year ...
My daughter is in Mrs. Ayers, kindergarten class. I have...
Strong emphasis on academics, many AP offerings for junio...
I love our school. The most important thing to me in a sc...
I moved my son out of this school after 2 months. The mai...
Great school. Better than I could have ever dreamed of! S...
This school has come a long way, but it still has a long ...
My kids love the school just want go in this school even ...
From the principal, Dr. Moss, to the teachers, to the sta...
Already rated school.It is terrible with no student suppo...
Glenwood Primary School has been a great experience for m...
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