• Willhoite takes on DPP/COO role

    Starting July 1, Mark Willhoite will be filling the dual role of director of pupil personnel and chief operations officer for the Carroll County School District. Willhoite is replacing Larry Curell, who is retiring after 44 years in education, with his final 8 years as DPP/COO in the district.

    “It is an honor to have been chosen for this job,” Willhoite said. “I am committed to doing everything that I can to help our students, our school district and our community.”

  • CCMS Honor Roll | Fourth Nine Weeks

    Sixth grade

    All A’s

    Maci Breeden, Haileigh Corbett, Taylor Courtney,Whitley Cummings, Maria Gonzalez, Layne Huesman, Cosondra Mahoney, Nicki Parrish, Megan Perkinson, Kylie Smith, Antonio Welch and Loretta Young.


  • End-of-the-year recognition

    On closing day, Carroll County Schools recognized its employees who were retiring, as well as those who were celebrating 10, 20 and 30 years in the school system. It also awarded Employee of the Year honors.

  • Honoring student achievement
  • Awarding academic excellence
  • Heading to high school
  • 2016 CAC Honor Roll | 4th Q.

    Christian Academy of Carrollton fourth quarter honor roll

    First Grade

    All A’s

    Hannah Weedman              

    Quinn Willhoite                  

    Ella Rose Tiller


  • Summer learning isn’t just for students

    Summer is just beginning, and for many students and teachers in the Carroll County School District, so is the learning.

    “We have too many exciting opportunities for students to sit the summer out,” said Assistant Superintendent Doug Oak. “June and July are excellent times to catch up or to get ahead.”

    Many Carroll County High School and Carroll County Middle School students will be attending the Summer Credit Academy, which will be held at CCHS. The Academy will have two sessions:

  • Bailey, Bennett share top spot as co-valedictorians for class of 2016

    Hard work and dedication. It may sound simple, but becoming the valedictorian for your high school class is far from easy. For Jadyn Bailey and Natalie Bennett, it took years of sacrifice, commitment and prioritizing for them to reach their goal, sharing the title of co-valedictorian for Carroll County High School’s class of 2016.

    “It feels pretty great,” Bailey said. “We were both really excited when we found out.”

  • Early Head Start, Head Start students will be in school longer

    Carroll County Head Start Educational Coordinator Leah Spencer presented changes to the Early Head Start and Head Start programs at the Board of Education meeting May 26.

    Beginning in the 2017 school year, birth to 3-year-olds will attend school a minimum of six hours per day for 230 days. This is year round. Students from ages three to five will attend 180 days, up from 130 days for six hours per day. Previously they had been attending half day or 3.5 hours per day.