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Education

  • Students awarded college scholarships

    Current and future student achievement topped the agenda for the Carroll County Board of Education meeting held in the alternative learning center on the campus of the Carroll County High School.

  • SB1 clarifies student expectations

    It’s testing time in Kentucky schools. As students throughout the Commonwealth complete required state assessments and prepare for final exams to close out the 2010-11 school year, many changes are now underway that will affect the future of education in Kentucky.

  • Derby Winners
  • Student News - May 4, 2011

    Fremin wins $1,500 in Dream Out Loud contest

    A Carroll County first-grader is one of nine Kentucky students to win a $1,500 college savings accounts with the Kentucky Education Savings Plan Trust through its Dream Out Loud Challenge.

    Sophie Fremin, a first-grader at Kathryn Winn Primary, won the challenge for her message answering the question, “How will I change the world after college?” Each winner’s school also receive s$500.

  • Carroll County Schools end the year with a wide variety of events

    The weather has definitely forced schools across Kentucky to adjust their calendars, but the enjoyable and memorable end-of-the-year events will go on. The Carroll County School District invites the public will join us for these events. 

    Carroll County High School graduation is Sunday, May 29 at 2:30 p.m. in the school’s gymnasium. 

  • CAC scholar
  • Educators learn ‘Denver Thinking Strategies’ at conference

    Benjamin Franklin once said, “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” Carroll County teachers and administrators are actively engaged in getting students more involved in their own learning by applying reading comprehension strategies to all learning.

  • Drainage issue hot topic at board of ed

    With much of Carroll County battling flooding and road closings, a potential water hazard was also a topic of discussion at Thursday’s Board of Education meeting.

    A pond built to improve a drainage problem that has long been present between Cartmell Elementary and the high school recently began filling up due to all the rain and a pump was required to empty it. Board member Tommy Unker questioned not only the amount of water being held in the pond but the security of it as well. 

  • Educators at three schools offer insight to successes, challenges

    The Carroll County Board of Education looked deeply into three schools’ problems and successes at a working board meeting Thursday, April 14. Administrators from the Alternative Learning Center, Cartmell Elementary and Kathryn Winn Primary schools gave presentations of test scores, attendance trends, and other measurable success or failure statistics and what they mean.

  • STUDENT NEWS

    Linda Cruz, a sophomore at Carroll County High School, has been accepted to the Carol Martin Gatton Academy, Class of 2013.
    Gatton Academy at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, is Kentucky’s only state-supported, residential program for high school students with interests in advanced science and math careers.
    Cruz will be taking courses with fellow Gatton Academy students and WKU under-graduate students. It is one of 16 such programs in the nation.
    She is the daughter of Luz Maria Cruz and Guillermo Aguazul of Carrollton.