RO: In the Know

What the flag means to me

A. Myers, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2018

Op-Ed/Editorial I come from a long line of military veterans. My great great grandfather was in World War 1, my great grandfather was in World War 2, my grandfather served in the US Army and retired after 20 years. My dad retired after serving 20 years in the Navy and my brother is currently serving in...

A Few Good Hawks…

May 21, 2018

Mena reaches out, offers opportunities for ROMS students to do the same

B. Morrow, Photographer

May 15, 2018

ROMS  counselor Jennifer Mena is a very caring person and is almost always available for students. She is always busy helping students with their education or even  with a personal life situation. She reaches out to each and eve...

The Adventure Awaits: Family Fun

B. Morrow, Photographer

May 15, 2018

Family vacations can make unforgettable memories, which you should make the most out of. When thinking about where to go this summer, think about a place your entire family will absolutely love. A place like Walt Disney World...

The Adventure Awaits: Beautiful Scenery

B. Morrow, Photographer

May 15, 2018

Aloha! By far, most students chose Hawaii to be the most peaceful and beautiful state. Most populated city in Hawaii, Honolulu, is home to many people as well as toured many times throughout the year. So sit back and let the breeze take you away.     Maui is an amazing island located in the Central Pacific. It...

New Highsteppers debut at May Spring Fling recital

Staff reports

May 1, 2018

Please congratulate the 2018-2019 Highsteppers! Lieutenants: Grace Cottrell, Drew Fleming, Isabella Francis, Skylar Sherman Team: Abigail Cooper Kynnedi Ward Alice Mastrovich Lauren Starling ...

Kitty Korner: Are cats smarter than dogs?

A Crozier, News editor

May 1, 2018

ARE cats smarter than dogs? You can tell who’s smarter by looking at the structure of the animal's brain. The cat brain makes up 0.9 percent of its total body mass, while a dog brain makes up to 1.2 percent of its total body ...

Most dangerous weather phenomenon

A. Williams, Staff Writer, Meterologist

May 1, 2018

 Weather is everywhere and always changing in one way or another.It can never be fully understood due to everyday there is something new to discover.This might seem surprising to some,but floods and droughts kill more people ...

ROMS Honors Band victorious in UIL Varsity Contest

Staff reports

April 26, 2018

The award-winning ROMS band has done it again. Students returned to campus wearing tuxedo shirts, black slacks, and walking with a pep in their step Thursday afternoon. The Honors Band competed before UIL judges on April 26,...

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