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Education

  • WKU announces dean’s list

    Western Kentucky University announced its spring semester dean’s list.

    Alicia Couch, a Carroll County High School graduate, made the dean’s list. Students on the dean’s list have a grade-point average of 3.4 to 3.79 in a 4.0 scale.

    Three Carroll County graduates made the WKU president’s list, including Hannah McMahan, Linda Cruz and

    Sierra Martinez. Students on the president’s list have GPAs of 3.8 to 4.0.

    To be eligible for the either list, students must have at least 12 hours of coursework that semester.

  • CCHS Trap Shooting Team

    Carroll County High School trap shooting team invited Superintendent Bill Hogan, Assistant Superintendent Doug Oak and Athletic Director Paul Stone to attend practice June 1, and challenged them to a contest. The student-athletes outscored the administrators, with Kinley Huesman leading all shooters with 23 out of 25. Oak led the administrators with 15 out of 25.

     

    Trap scores
    (out of 25 shots)

  • CCMS Honor Roll | June 15, 2017

    Carroll County Middle School Fourth Nine Weeks Honor Roll

    Sixth grade All A’s

    Ava Clem, Alyssa Dermon, Kailey Filacchione, Alex Froman, Andrew Frye, Austin Hicks, Caleb Melton, Lillian Melton, Anna Richter, Stacey Sanchez Gomez, Averie Schaub and Araylee Watson.

    Sixth grade A/B

  • Horine awarded Housing Authority scholarship

    The Scholarship Committee for the Kentucky Housing Authority awarded Tayttum Horine, a resident at the Carrollton Housing Authority, a four-year scholarship totaling $3,000. Horine and the other scholarship recipients will be recognized at the KHA Annual Conference Sept. 20, in Bowling Green.

  • Carroll interim superintendent pick pending state approval

    ducation made an offer June 9, for the interim superintendent position. An announcement will be made pending approval from the Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System, Board Chairwoman Carolyn Jones said Wednesday.

    The board voted to approve a contract with Kentucky School Board Association superintendent search services at a special meeting, June 9. The contract also includes search services for an interim superintendent.

  • Meadows earns teaching fellowship in Washington, D.C.

    The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) through a partnership with Appalachian State University is launching its first Appalachian Teaching Project (ATP) Fellowship. The fellowship was created to provide a student studying in Appalachia the opportunity to learn more about the region and the ARC’s investment efforts to strengthen critical, analytical and leadership skills.

  • President's List

    The academic honors’ president’s list for the Spring 2017 semester has been announced by Dr. Donna Hedgepath, Campbellsville University’s vice president for academic affairs. Jessica Noble, a senior from Carrollton, and Karen Tillette, a senior from Ghent, have been named to the list.

  • Winn Primary visits the outdoor classroom

    Students from Kathryn Winn Primary visited the outdoor classroom, May 19. Students rotated through stations that featured art, crafts, water quality, planting wild flower seeds, rocketry and soils.

  • Carroll County Schools recognizes employees
  • Roberts, Polley win recycling scholarship