Rome Catholic School Closing
Susie Jalopino

South Butler, NY

#106 Oct 20, 2012
can spell wonderfully
hot tamale

Rome, NY

#107 Oct 22, 2012
susie the sushi
Weirdos

Rome, NY

#108 Oct 22, 2012
I can see this thread went way off topic to complete crazies commenting .
hot tamale

Rome, NY

#109 Oct 22, 2012
close it. the sooner the better.
joney Rome NY

Boston, MA

#110 Dec 2, 2012
you are wrong about rome catholic teachers not having a master's degree. It is a new york state requirement regardless if it is in a catholic school. RCS teachers are very dedicated to their students in giving them all the resources they need. As far as pay, RCS teachers make less than public schools -- on an average less than $35,000.
What cool aid are you drinking.
grow up

Rome, NY

#111 Dec 3, 2012
finally all those pansies will have to go to public schools!
Roman

Dover, DE

#112 Dec 3, 2012
joney Rome NY wrote:
you are wrong about rome catholic teachers not having a master's degree. It is a new york state requirement regardless if it is in a catholic school. RCS teachers are very dedicated to their students in giving them all the resources they need. As far as pay, RCS teachers make less than public schools -- on an average less than $35,000.
What cool aid are you drinking.
I highly DOUGHT that ALL the RCH teacher have a masters degree for there 30000 a year! GET REAL! if they HAD a masters they could SUB in the RCSD for at least that!All they need is a 2 or 4 year degree!
Truth

Rome, NY

#113 Dec 3, 2012
Lucky if most there make $25,000 per year. My friend taught there years ago barely made that.
bellsofstmary

Rome, NY

#114 Dec 3, 2012
hire bing crosby
DOUBTING

New York, NY

#115 Dec 7, 2012
Perhaps you need to go back to school yourself Roman because it should say DOUBT not dought and it is THEIR when referring to a person....not there. Quite frankly..... Yes I am a graduate of RCS and I DO know the correct grammar and English and I also work for the public school system. Seriously..... Get a life and learn correct grammar.... English....and accurate facts before speaking.

Roman wrote:
<quoted text>I highly DOUGHT that ALL the RCH teacher have a masters degree for there 30000 a year! GET REAL! if they HAD a masters they could SUB in the RCSD for at least that!All they need is a 2 or 4 year degree!
Rome Voter

Auburn, NY

#116 Dec 8, 2012
DOUBTING wrote:
Perhaps you need to go back to school yourself Roman because it should say DOUBT not dought and it is THEIR when referring to a person....not there. Quite frankly..... Yes I am a graduate of RCS and I DO know the correct grammar and English and I also work for the public school system. Seriously..... Get a life and learn correct grammar.... English....and accurate facts before speaking.
<quoted text>
CLOSE IT DOWN!
Roman

Rome, NY

#117 Dec 8, 2012
we cannot wait until its finally closed and knocked down!
CAPS

Rome, NY

#118 Dec 9, 2012
DOUBTING wrote:
Perhaps you need to go back to school yourself Roman because it should say DOUBT not dought and it is THEIR when referring to a person....not there. Quite frankly..... Yes I am a graduate of RCS and I DO know the correct grammar and English and I also work for the public school system. Seriously..... Get a life and learn correct grammar.... English....and accurate facts before speaking.
<quoted text>
Strike a nerve??? Go to therapy before you explode.

Since: Jan 08

Rome

#119 Dec 10, 2012
Has the diocese made any announcements about closing, or if there are target numbers for student enrollment or fundraising that have to be met?
Roman

Dover, DE

#120 Dec 10, 2012
frankcor wrote:
Has the diocese made any announcements about closing, or if there are target numbers for student enrollment or fundraising that have to be met?
as soon as we get RID of Joey living for FREE, it will free up 1000's that can go toward RCH!
Smarter than you

New York, NY

#121 Jan 28, 2013
I've been at RCS since kindergarten, and I can assure you, I'm not a stupid, socially awkward, little cry baby as some of you idiots think I am. You clearly have never been to the school or met any of it's children, so I can't seem to understand why you keep running your mouths and talking about things you don't know anything about. Let's start with the sports things. Have you heard of Joe Melioris? He went extremely far with his baseball career. And no we didn't have a football or baseball team this season. It's because we didn't have enough kids for it. We're a small school, it's not exactly unexpected. But we have an AMAZING musical each year, directed by an amazing teacher WITH her degree. And another thing. Since I see that many of you idiots with stupid comments are from Rome, NY, or so you say you are, I can gaurentee that you yourself or maybe your family has gone to the RCS festival which my school holds every year without fail. Am I wrong? I'd bet I'm not. So before you continue to run your mouth about all of the things and people, CHILDREN NO LESS, that you don't know, I suggest you shut your mouth and try to get your damn facts straight. And I hope you know, this entirely well-written paragraph that just schooled some of you ADULT idiots, was written by a 13 year old. Have a nice day and try to get a bit smarter, will you?:)
The Rock

Cortland, NY

#122 Jan 28, 2013
The Rock says you don't know what you are talking about. RCS did in fact field a baseball team last year. However they did stink.
well gee

Brooklyn, NY

#124 Jan 31, 2013
Well just so the world knows.. RCS is NOT closing any time soon and is open for new sign-ups!!
Good

New York, NY

#125 Feb 1, 2013
The sooner that school closes the better! In 7th grade i finally got out of that pathetic excuse for a "catholic" school before my depression from being bullied everyday would have ended me killing myself. The kids and teachers there are supposed to be Christians but the bullying that goes on there is ridiculous! Im actually glad im in RFA, at least i can be methodist and not be bullied for it! And thank god i can refuse to say a hail mary and not get a detention for it (;
Teacher

Holland Patent, NY

#126 Feb 28, 2013
joney Rome NY wrote:
you are wrong about rome catholic teachers not having a master's degree. It is a new york state requirement regardless if it is in a catholic school. RCS teachers are very dedicated to their students in giving them all the resources they need. As far as pay, RCS teachers make less than public schools -- on an average less than $35,000.
What cool aid are you drinking.
Teachers in private schools within New York State are not required to have a Master's Degree nor certification in the area that they teach.

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