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Education

  • School Menu | May 4, 2017

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

    Thursday, May 4: Breakfast: Chicken biscuit or apple cinnamon toast or fruit pocket; lunch: Chicken patty on bun with baked beans, smiley fries and banana. Carroll County High School and Middle School will offer, spicy or regular chicken filet on bun along with baked beans, smiley fries and banana.

  • National Honor Society member Roberts wins national scholarship

    Jenah Roberts, a senior and member of the National Honor Society at Carroll County High School, has been named one of 400 national semifinalists in the National Honor Society Scholarship program. Jenah was chosen from more than 9,000 applicants and will receive a $2,325 scholarship.

  • Rohrer promoted to principal at Cartmell

    Cartmell Elementary will have a new principal, starting July 1. After 13 years of serving young students — seven of those years at Cartmell — Jeannie Rohrer will begin a new chapter both for her and for the school. Rohrer is the school’s current assistant principal.

  • CCMS project finally closed; Leftover project funds will go toward Head Start expansion

    Carroll County School Board attorney Jim Crawford said the court order removing the district from the Technicrete lawsuit has been issued, and the district could now approve Pay App 27, the final payments to Marrillia Design and Construction and Ross-Tarrant Architects for the Carroll County Middle School project. The motion to pay the final pay app passed.

    The board also approved BG4, the Kentucky Department of Education closeout form to be filed saying the district has paid all the parties involved and they have received all services in the project.

  • Reading on grade level is the key for future success

    Reading at grade level was one common theme among the five site based council presentations made to the Carroll County Board of Education April 11 and 13.

    The district is using a variety of tools to catch students who are falling behind in their reading level to help them build a stronger foundation for learning in all academic areas.

  • Reading on grade level is the key for future success

    Reading at grade level was one common theme among the five site based council presentations made to the Carroll County Board of Education April 11 and 13.

    The district is using a variety of tools to catch students who are falling behind in their reading level to help them build a stronger foundation for learning in all academic areas.

  • School menu | April 27, 2017

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

    Thursday, April 27: Breakfast: Pancake and sausage on a stick or apple cinnamon toast or fruit pocket; lunch: Chicken and waffles with syrup, red potato wedges, green beans and banana.

  • Nominations accepted for district’s Employee of the Year awards

    The Carroll County School District will be accepting nominations for the Employee of the Year Awards.

    All employees eligible for selection and the awards have been separated into several job classifications. The Employee of the Year categories are high school teacher, middle school teacher, Cartmell Teacher, Winn Teacher, buildings and grounds, food service, transportation, administrative support, student support (certified), student support (classified), Head Start/Early Head Start, and administrator.

  • Mahoney teaches writing, critical thinking through CCHS English classes

    Famous studies performed by social psychology pioneer Solomon Asch show that all it takes to reverse the snowball effect of social conformity is for one person to stand independently. According to Boundless.com, “conformity” is the act of matching attitudes, beliefs and behaviors to group norms. However, students at Carroll County High School are finding their voice and learning how to develop their own opinions.

  • Harlem Wizards visit Carroll County

    By the numbers

    546 tickets sold

    $4,000 raised for Family Ties resource center

    Sponsors

    Nucor Steel

    PMC Organometallix

    North American Stainless

    First National Bank of Kentucky

    Farmer’s Bank of Milton

    German American Bank

    Angela Franklin KY Farm Bureau Insurance

    McDonald’s

    The Insurance Offices, Brad Horner agent

    General Butler State Resort Park

    Wal-Mart of Carrollton