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Education

  • Tokar earns president’s list honors

    Morgan Elizabeth Tokar of Hillsboro, Ohio, an Early Childhood Pre K-3 major, was named recently to the Shawnee State University President’s List for the Spring Semester 2012.

    To be named to the list, students must be full-time and have achieved a grade point average of 4.0.

    Tokar is the daughter of Art and Diane (Adcock) Tokar formerly of Carroll County and the granddaughter of Marcella M. Adcock, a livelong resident of Carroll County, and the late Lawson J. Adcock.

  • Student of the week: Amanda Ashcraft

    What is your favorite thing about school and why?

    “The  exciting teachers and students. When you have teachers and peers that are fun and exciting, it makes the day go by faster.”

    What is your favorite subject and why?

    “Science, because those were and are the classes I have the most fun in.”

    What was the last book you read?

    “The Shack” by W.M. Paul Young

     

  • Lunch menu | Sept. 26, 2012

    Menu is subject to change due to availability of food. Breakfast is offered daily, milk, juice, toast, cereal. Papa John’s is back, Cartmell on Oct. 23, middle school Oct. 16 and high school, Oct. 2.

     

    Monday, Oct. 1: Chicken fingers, French fries, buttered peas, red apples and milk; breakfast, egg, cheese biscuit.

    Tuesday, Oct. 2: Assorted pizza, corn, tossed salad with dressing, fruit and milk; breakfast, sausage pancake.

  • Conway urges everyone to fight bullying at school, online

    With school back in session, Attorney General Jack Conway, the Kentucky Center for School Safety and the Kentucky Suicide Prevention Group  are urging Kentucky students, parents and educators to help fight bullying and harassment at school and online.

  • Student of the week: John Hale

    What is your favorite thing about school and why?

    “Gym, because I get to be active and move around.”

    What is your favorite subject and why?

    “Math - I love to learn and have harder problems to answer.”

    What was the last book you read? 

    “How the rabbit lost his tail”

    What was the last movie you saw?  

    “Scary movies.”

    Where do you want to go to college? 

    JCTC

  • CCHS band brings home honors from NKY festival

    The Carroll County High School Band of Gold competed in the 41st annual Northern Kentucky Marching Band Festival on Saturday, Sept. 15.
    The CCHS band received the following awards: Outstanding Guard, Outstanding Percussion, Outstanding Visual Performance, Outstanding Music Performance, Outstanding Overall Effect and First Place Class AA.
     

  • Panther homecoming has something for everyone

    Nadena MaHoney, transportation director of the Carroll County School District, stood ankle deep in mud and grimaced just before she plopped down in the goopy pit with nine other bus drivers lined up together, all bursting in laughter. 

    “The Haulers,” the team name of the bus drivers, were sitting in mud and digging their heels in to prepare for their first challenger in the Mud Tug, a tug-o-war in which the competitors are seated. The drivers, teachers, and students who participated all got dirty for a good cause.

    The Mud Tug

  • Retired teachers group donates to Family Ties

    The Carroll County Retired Teachers Association recently applied for a 2012-13 Kentucky Retired Teachers Association community/school services projects grant.

    CCRTA was awarded this grant with the only stipulation being that the local had to match the grant with its funds.

    All of the funds in the treasury come from dues paid by the members. The more retired educators that pay their dues, the more money in the treasury. This grant could be used for school supplies and/or food items. 

  • Homecoming Week Festivites
  • School ‘PEEL’ groups break down barriers to learning

    When students miss school, it affects their grades, and when their grades fall, it affects their behavior,” said Larry Curell, chief operations officer and director of pupil personnel for Carroll County Schools. “Eventually, we have students at risk of dropping out of school unless something is done to intervene.”