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Rome Middle School Front Office Staff Member Features: Marianny Vigoa and Eunice Carrion

Thank you, Mrs. Carrion and Mrs. Vigoa, for your love and dedication to all students at Rome Middle School!

The word ‘exceptional’ comes to mind when thinking about Rome Middle School.

From the students to the faculty, to the lunchroom staff and custodial workers, to the teachers who dedicate every day to training the young minds of tomorrow—these outstanding people help set a part a school that is unique and built to catapult students to success.

Marianny Vigoa and Eunice Carrion are two of the first people you see when visiting Rome Middle School. In fact, their friendly faces set the tone for students as they begin their days, and not a moment goes by when one of these women can’t be found without a smile behind their masks.

“Because of Mrs. Carrion and Mrs. Vigoa, the Rome Middle School front office is a welcoming place for families and students,” smiled Dr. Christy Epps, Assistant Principal at Rome Middle School. “Whether we are enrolling a new student or helping a parent deliver a forgotten pair of gym shoes, these ladies provide efficient service with a smile.

“Mrs. Carrion and Mrs. Vigoa work as a team with Mrs. Brannon, the RMS registrar, and Mrs. Johnston, Mr. Wilkinson’s secretary, to support our school,” continued Dr. Epps. “We could not ask for a better team of administrative assistants than these four ladies!”

Kristian Brannon, Registrar and Guidance Counselor Secretary for Rome Middle School, shares the same sentiments with Dr. Epps when describing her colleagues. “Mrs. Carrion and Mrs. Vigoa are a strong team. They hold down the front office with care and compassion and quality service and they continually strive to create a five-star environment for our students, parents and community.”

Thank you, Mrs. Carrion and Mrs. Vigoa, for your love and dedication to all students at Rome Middle School!

GO WOLVES!

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