Three more Rome City Schools move to phase two of COVID-19 plan

January 6, 2022–10:18 a.m.


Three more Rome City Schools are moving to phase two of the system’s COVID-19 three-phase plan.

Anna K. Davie, West Central, and Rome Middle are going to phase two due to one percent of the students and/or faculty testing positive for COVID-19 during a seven-day period.

It was announced Wednesday that East Central would be moving to phase two, which means all faculty, staff, and students will be required to wear masks indoors, and on school buses.

Students will eat ALL meals in the classroom.

All visitors will be restricted from the school’s campus.

All four schools will remain in phase two for a minimum of two weeks.

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