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Education

  • Lacy Fox receives Xavier presidential scholarship

    Lacy Fox of Florence, Ky. the daughter of Samantha and Brian Riley, and granddaughter of Harriet and Tony Colello of Worthville, and the late Delmar and Lena Fox has accepted a Presidential Scholarship from Xavier University.

  • Middle school creates first school-wide YouTube video

    More than 400 Carroll County Middle School students and staff members packed the school’s gymnasium with books in hand.

    Facing them was an array of video camera tripods, microphone stands, and a fully-extended aerial lift, in which art teacher Corie Edens was securely perched as she filmed the crowd performing a massive wave from left to right and back again.  Technology teacher Christie Jones also captured the scene on her camcorder as music teacher Chris Roode directed the movements like an aerobics instructor, calling out commands.

  • JCTC to hold March 7 student open house

    At the JCTC Carrollton Campus you can study biology, learn to be a nurse, take a Spanish class, join a club, march in a parade, get the first two years of college and transfer, and so much more.

    Find out for yourself everything Jefferson Commun-ity and Technical College Carrollton has to offer at an open house March 7 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tour classrooms and programs, meet faculty and get information about applying for financial aid.

    You’ll also have the opportunity to visit with representatives of other colleges who have transfer agreements with JCTC.

  • Student News - Feb. 16, 2011

    Kemper earns masters degree in education

    Judy Lynn Kemper of Carrollton was among the 2011 January graduates at University of the Cumberlands who completed degrees during the fall semester of the 2010-11 academic year.

    Kemper graduated with a Master of Arts in Education degree.

    Goff earns spot on fall 2010 UK dean’s list

  • Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash returns Feb. 26

  • Schools look to change employee pay schedule

    Carroll County school officials may change from the current 26 paydays per year to a 24 pay period schedule next year.

    The district’s chief finance officer Jon Conrad informed school board members during Thursday’s meeting that the current pay schedule brings a hardship to district employees every fifth year.

  • CCATC college and career day

    The Carroll County Area Technology Center will be holding a college and career day at the school all day Friday from 8:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. About 30 people will be on hand giving presentations throughout the day, and 25 colleges and schools will have booths set up for students to visit.

  • County special needs students rank near top third on state tests

    Eighth grade teachers Allison Coomes and Renee Coghill teach mathematics together at Carroll County Middle School.  On test day, Coghill works with some of the students in the classroom while Coomes works with others in the library, giving all students plenty of room so that they can concentrate on demonstrating their knowledge of basic algebra.

  • Pascual named to Thomas More dean’s list

    Maria Pascual of Carrollton was presented a certificate of merit in recognition of outstanding academic achievement from Thomas More College of Edgewood, Ky. for Dean’s honors for the fall semester, 2010.

     

     

  • Vocational school offers evening welding class

    Ky.-Tech Carroll County Vocational School is offering night classes for welding. Cost is $450 and depending on the interests of the applicants this class will focus on ARC (S.M.A.W.) and/or MIG (G.M.A.W.) Welding. The fee includes welding rods, gases, metals and other small shop tools.