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NEWS Archive Spring Semester (2021-22) Page 3 


THURS. | 03-31-22 | NEWS

News Co-Editor A'nyia Clemons reports on Pitt County Schools' new partnership with, which allows students of all grade levels to receive free virtual tutoring.


THURS. | 03-31-22 | NEWS

News Staff Writer Amiyah Taft discusses the reopening of the Rose cafeteria for students to eat lunch in on Tuesday, Mar. 22. This marks the first time it has been open for lunch since March 2020.


WED. | 03-30-22 | NEWS

Co-Editor-in-Chief Emma Hastings discusses Rose's new alternating librarians: Kelly Friday and Sharon Crockett. They will be filling in for Rose's former librarian Amanda McDaniel, who recently retired.

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WED. | 03-30-22 | NEWS

News Staff Writer Sara Scarborough discusses various international trips that Rose students and faculty will be embarking on over the next two summers after two years on hiatus.


WED. | 03-30-22 | NEWS

News Co-Editor Mary Elizabeth Hutchinson discusses the NC Department of Public Instruction's new policy that will allow students to take AP United States Government as their required civics credit.

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FRI. | 03-11-22 | NEWS

News Staff Writer Mary-Bennett Billings reflects on football coach Will Bland as he partners with the Greenville Women's League to assist the Police Athletic League.

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TUES. | 03-01-22 | NEWS

News Staff Writer Amiyah Taft reports on the Rose art department's Curriculum Night showcase, which included performances from the jazz band, chorus, theatre group, and orchestra.

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TUES. | 03-01-22 | NEWS

News Staff Writer Madison Lanier discusses Rose's annual Curriculum Night, which took place on Tuesday, Feb. 22 and gave students and families the opportunity to learn more about the various classes and programs that Rose has to offer.

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MON. | 02-28-22 | NEWS

News Co-Editor A'nyia Clemons covers social studies teacher Reece Jones' time at Rose, his decision to resign, and his post-resignation plans of becoming a full-time pastor.

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SUN. | 02-27-22 | NEWS

News Staff Writer Sara Scarborough discusses three new clubs at Rose: Women's Empowerment Club, Asian Culture Society and Crochet Club. These clubs were created to help students at Rose have fun and find classmates with similar interests.


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