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Education

  • CCR rate shows district’s students prepared for next steps

    People disagree about many things when it comes to education: How important are standardized tests? What is the best student-to-teacher ratio in a classroom? How many days of school should there be each year? On these and many other questions, there are good arguments to be made on all sides; however, when it comes to College and Career Readiness, there is not much room for debate. One of the most important reasons to get an education is to be prepared for what comes next — college or career.

  • School Menu | Oct. 8, 2015

    This menu is for Kathryn Winn Primary and Cartmell Elementary Schools, changes for Carroll County High School and Middle School will be italicized.

    Monday, Oct. 5-9: Fall Break, schools out

  • Kathryn Winn hosts Fall Family Fun 3K Oct. 17

    It’s that time of year again for the Kathryn Winn Primary annual fall festival. But this year, it will be a little different than in past years.

    The school will be having its first “Sharpen the Saw” Fall Family Fun 3K Saturday, Oct. 17 at Robert Westrick Memorial Park.

    Registration will be at 11 a.m., and the walk will be anytime between 12-2 p.m.

    Registration is the day of the event and is $5 per child/adult. The first 100 children to register will receive a goodie bag.

  • Student of the week: Kaidyn Hatton First grade

    What is your favorite thing about school and why?

    “Going to the cafeteria so I can see Mr. Bart.”

    What is your favorite subject and why?

    “Music because I like to sing.”

    What is your favorite book? 

    “Harry Potter”

    What is your favorite movie?  

    “Harry Potter”

    Where do you want to go to college? 

    University of Kentucky

    What do you want to be when you grow up and why?  

  • School Menu | Oct. 1, 2015

    This menu is for Kathryn Winn Primary and Cartmell Elementary Schools, changes for Carroll County High School and Middle School will be italicized.

    Thursday, Oct. 1: Breakfast: Chicken biscuit or mini cinnis and apple; lunch: Pizza crunchers, garden salad, steamed peas, grapes or pineapple tidbits.

  • New athletic complex, new traditions for new homecoming experience

    The entire Carroll County School District family will be celebrating homecoming on Friday, Oct. 2, and several new traditions are being established to commemorate the first varsity football game on the new field.

    “This is a new time for our team in a lot of ways,” said Carroll County High School athletic director Paul Stone. “We put some people together to figure out what would make this memorable for our students and for the community, and we are really excited about Friday night.”

  • Test scores drop for Carroll Schools

    Carroll County Schools’ accountability scores fell significantly according to testing data released to the public Oct. 1, by the Kentucky Department of Education.

    The Annual Measurable Objectives score for the district was 59.6, down 3.8 points from last year and falling short of the district goal by 4.8 points. This put Carroll County in the 28th percentile in the state of Kentucky, compared to the 51st percentile last year.

  • Test scores drop for Carroll Schools

    Carroll County Schools’ accountability scores fell significantly according to testing data released to the public Oct. 1, by the Kentucky Department of Education.

    The Annual Measurable Objectives score for the district was 59.6, down 3.8 points from last year and falling short of the district goal by 4.8 points. This put Carroll County in the 28th percentile in the state of Kentucky, compared to the 51st percentile last year.

  • Renovation at CCMS nears the finish line

    “Last Tuesday [Sept. 22] was the first night that I have gone home and felt that the [Carroll County Middle School] renovation would be ready by the Oct. 2, deadline,” Carroll County Schools Chief Operating Officer Larry Curell said at the Sept. 24, Carroll County School Board of Education meeting.

    Carroll County Superintendent Bill Hogan reported that all of the tile is down except for a one-foot border and there is only some touch up painting left.  He expected the tile and paintwork to be completed Sept. 25.

  • Kicking things off