MONDAY - Softball vs. Trion JV @ 4:30, TUESDAY - Softball vs. Model @ 4:30 with JV game after, WEDNESDAY - Cross Country runs @ Darlington @ 4 pm, THURSDAY - Softball vs. Sonoraville @ 4:30 with JV game after, FRIDAY - Football is at Home vs. LFO.






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Aug 25, 2008 • by Staff/Students and Local News • Coosa High School
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Aug 25, 2008 • by Staff/Students and Local News • Coosa High School
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COLUMN: 'Legendary Locals' a good read for Romans

Nov 21, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
He went on to play for the Cincinnati Bengals. Left out of the book was the NBA's Mike Glenn, who was from Cave Spring and played at Coosa High School. Glenn might have been one of the best, if not the best, basketball players to come from the Rome area. More

Floyd County teachers present at state math conference

Nov 6, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
Dr. Robbie Vincent, a third grade teacher at Pepperell Elementary and Angela Lacey Hester, a math teacher at Coosa High School, presented strategies for math vocabulary and Jennifer Greer, math facilitator for Floyd County Schools, presented the ... More

School officials positive about graduation rate figures; Floyd County Schools ...

Oct 30, 2014 • Rome News-Tribune
Rome and Floyd County graduation rates both beat the state average, according to numbers released by the Georgia Department of Education, although Rome's rate leveled out as Floyd County's rose. Floyd's graduation rate for 2014 was 83 percent, up from ... More

Coosa Ridge farm rezoning rejected; residents oppose owners' efforts to ...

Nov 7, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
The Rome-Floyd Planning Department shows a preliminary mockup of how the proposed new baseball field would be positioned at Rome High School during the Rome-Floyd Planning Commission meeting Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014. (Jeremy Stewart/ ... More

Schools to add door buzzers, cameras to beef up security

Oct 31, 2014 • Rome News-Tribune
Another project making progress is the new Coosa High School. Phase One of the project is completed. Sprewell said he thinks foundation construction will begin Dec. 1. “The first phase went well and was on schedule and on budget,” Sprewell said. The ... More

Turnout at 32 percent at Etowah precinct; past midterm turnouts around 49 percent

Nov 4, 2014 • Calhoun Times
Floyd County precincts will close at 7 p.m. Votes will pick two county commissioners and Rome's delegates to the Georgia General Assembly. Voters in Floyd County and cross the state will decide their next governor and a U.S. senator. Previously posted ... More

All polls open Tuesday; Floyd County voters will decide 2 County Commission ...

Nov 3, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
Katie Dempsey, R-Rome, is running against Democrat Richard Garrett. “We're getting a good turnout for early voting,” said election supervisor Evon Billups, adding that she anticipates a turnout between 30 and 40 percent. Voters must have an approved ... More

Floyd County Commission to conduct hearing on solar farm

Oct 27, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
Floyd County commissioners will conduct a public hearing on a proposed solar farm near Coosa High School at their Tuesday meeting. The commission will ... That recommendation came from the Rome-Floyd County Solid Waste Commission. Both City and ... More

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