Today We Remember...
This weekend we take pause and remember all of the brave women and men who gave the ultimate sacrifice to serve our country and defend our freedoms. Memorial Day is one of our nation's most important military holidays as it aims to recognize all of the individuals who have lost their lives in the line of duty. It's hard to think of the day as an actual holiday because of the meaning behind the day. We are not celebrating the military, but celebrating the lives of our lost soldiers and the bravery that they embodied as they defending our nation. Similar to last year, COVID continues to put a damper on the recognition ceremonies for these heroes. Our country's general way of showing recognition for the lost on Memorial Day is a parade. With many parades throughout our country still on hold, it is our duty to take time tomorrow to remember those lost in the line of duty and to share stories about Memorial Day with our youth. While most people use this weekend to hit the camp for the first time, enjoy a barbeque, or take a day off from the office, it is important that we do not lose sight of why we have these opportunities and benefits. So as we enter this Memorial Day, please join me in taking a moment to remember all of the women and men who have given their lives so that we can enjoy the lives that we have. Our armed services are filled with heroes who are doing things every day to make our lives more comfortable.
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2021 - 2022 Early Childhood Registration
Registration for 2021-2022 Early Childhood Program students will be held from June 7 through June 11. For more information, including required documentation for registration please follow this link: https://www.romecsd.org/news_page/rome_early_childhood_program_registration.