ROME CITY SCHOOLS’ NEW ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT HAS HIGH HOPES FOR THE SCHOOL SYSTEM

Written by Elizabeth Davis. Posted in News & Weather

Three weeks have passed since Dawn Williams assumed the role of Assistant Superintendent for the Rome City Schools.

The longtime educator says her primary goal in this position is to provide the resources and support necessary for teachers and administrators to effectively educate students.

Williams officially became the Assistant Superintendent for the Rome City Schools on April 2nd. Prior to taking that job, she served in the Central Office as the Chief of School Improvement and Accountability as well as Director of Title 1/Testing for the city schools.  She has over 20 years experience as an educator/administrator in the elementary, middle and high school levels.

Williams adds that the school system is currently in the midst of wrapping up this school year and preparing for the next.  Plans are also being made for the Rome City Schools’ College and Career Academy to be funded by an ELOST passed by voters last November.

May 18th will be the last day of the 2017-2018 school year for students in the Rome City Schools.

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