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Education

  • Annie

    “Annie” will come to the stage at Carroll County High School March 18-19.

    Director Jennifer Beach will bring the Broadway version of the musical to life with senior Jacqueline Stout starring as Annie.

    Annie will be Stout’s third play. She also had parts in the Pirate of Penzance and Wizard of Oz.

    “I always wanted to be Annie,” Stout said.

    She is the only senior in the production and Beach expects more from her. “I have to bring my “A” game to every practice,” Stout said.

  • JCTC bring a friend open house set for March 28-31
  • District works with community leaders to attract top teachers

    Great teachers are in high demand. To ensure that the Carroll County School District recruits, trains and keeps the best teachers in the region, administrators are working with community leaders on new initiatives to make Carroll County an attractive place for teachers to call home.

  • ATC uses technology to help prepare students for postions available at area business and industry

    Today’s workforce looks much different than what we have experienced in the past.  Technology has been integrated into most careers.  Not only do employees need the traditional knowledge and skills as in the past, but now employees must have a grasp on how to use technological advancements to get the job done more efficiently. 

  • School Menu | Mar. 3, 2016

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

    Thursday, March 3: Sausage biscuit or mini cinnis and apple; lunch: Soft taco, lettuce/tomato, cheese/salsa/sour cream, refried beans, Mexican rice, grapes or pineapple tidbits. Carroll County Middle and High School will offer Sausage cheese bagel for breakfast and taco or chicken fajita for lunch.

  • Winn Primary Kindergarten registration held Mar. 16

    Kindergarten registration will be held March 16, from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. at Kathryn Winn Primary School.

    Children must attend with parents or caregivers.

    Please bring the following documents:
    • Birth Certificate

    • Social Security Card
    • Immunization Certificate
    • Physical
    • Eye Exam
    • Dental Screener

    For more information, call Cydney Conley at (502) 732-7090.

  • Celebrating Seuss

    Carroll County Public LIbrary and the Carroll County Early Childhood Council sponsored the Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash Feb. 27, at Kathryn Winn Primary. There were 130 children that signed, along with 107 adults, totaling 237. The event included games and activities by several local businesses and organizations, as well as a magic show by Family Time Entertainment. Every child received a free book, and birthday cupcakes were available to everyone.

  • Registration seminar for current eighth-graders at CCHS March 3

    The guidance department of Carroll County High School is sponsoring a registration seminar for parents of students who will attend Carroll County High School next school year. Current eighth-grade parents and students will meet with the guidance counselor and career counselor on Thursday, March 3, at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will take place in the CCHS cafeteria, and dinner will be provided.

  • School Menu | Feb. 25, 2016

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

     

    Thursday, Feb. 25: Breakfast: Chicken biscuit or mini cinnis and apple; lunch: Pork bites, mashed potatoes, glazed carrots with roll, grapes or pineapple tidbits. Carroll County Middle and High School will offer country-fried steak with gravy instead of pork bites for lunch.

  • CCMS gym still a top concern for Board of Ed

    The lack of progress on the middle school project and other concerns about the project were the focus of the Feb. 18 Carroll County Board of Education meeting.

    Carroll County Schools Superintendent Bill Hogan said there is not much going on outside at the middle school, mainly due to the weather. “The project is progressing very slowly,” Hogan said.