Today's News

  • Fiscal court votes to participate in port marketing plan

    Carroll County Fiscal Court voted Tuesday, Jan. 28, to join with 14 other counties along the Ohio River to expand the marketing area for the Port of Greater Cincinnati.

    The port district would grow from its current 20-mile stretch to more than 200 miles, which could place the region in the top 10 ports in the United States in reporting data complied by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

  • Cartmell Elementary honor roll released | Feb. 6, 2014

    All A’s

  • CCHS honor roll for second nine weeks

    Ninth Grade All A’s

    Mallary Bickers, Kendall Conley, Lora Gardner, Madison Hartman, Victoria Kamphouse, Jenna Richmond, Jenah Roberts.


    Ninth Grade A/B

  • CCMS honor roll for second nine weeks

    Sixth Grade All A’s

    Joseph Andrews, Lorinda Bennett, Tori Burgin, Dylan Dermon, Esmeralda Garcia, Christian Lilly, Destiny Mefford and Abigail Rose.

    Sixth Grade A/B

  • School Menu | Feb. 6, 2014

    This menu is for Cartmell Elementary and Kathryn Winn Primary Schools. Carroll County High School and Middle Schools are the same except for where noted.

    Thursday, Feb. 6: Spaghetti with meat sauce, California blend veggies, peas, grapes and peaches; breakfast: Sausage biscuit and gravy. (CCHS and CCMiddle School will offer Taco with tortilla, burrito, lettuce, tomato, cheese salsa, refried beans, and Mexican rice).

    Friday, Feb. 7: Grilled chicken sandwich, lettuce, tomato, pickle, Nantucket veggies, curly fries, apple and Mandarin oranges; breakfast: Donuts.

  • University of Kentucky announces Fall 2013 Dean’s List

    The following Carroll County High School graduates have been named to the University of Kentucky dean’s list for the Fall 2013 semester: Devon Renee Hill, a senior, majoring in chemical engineering; Tristan John-Kelly Root, a senior, majoring in history; Kevin States, a junior, majoring in marketing; and Kristen Slone Thornsberry, a sophomore, majoring in nutrition and food science-hospitality management.

  • Mirza hired as full-time surgeon for CCMH

    The first day on the job at Carroll County Memorial Hospital was a busy one for Dr. Farooq Mirza.

    Not only was he busy getting settled into his new offices, he also performed two surgeries and consulted on another that he scheduled for next week.

    Mirza joined the team at CCMH Monday as the new full-time surgeon. Educated at Yale University and the University of Cincinnati, he is a board certified general surgeon.

  • Student of the week: Trent Beach, Kindergarten (Ms. Field)

    What is your favorite thing about school and why?

    “I like coming to school every day because it’s fun!”

    What is your favorite subject and why?

    “Math because I like to work with numbers.”

    What is your favorite book?

    “A Mouse Won”

    What is your favorite movie?  


    Where do you want to go to college? 

  • School district to offer in-school dental care this month

    All students in the Carroll County School District will have access to in-school dental care the week of Feb. 24. School Smiles will be sending a licensed dentist, a licensed dental hygienist and a dental assistant to each school in the district over the course of the week.

    School Smiles is a nationwide provider of on-site dental care, offering services at schools and other facilities across the country.

  • Lighthouse wins $352,500 grant for after school programming

    The Carroll County 21st Century Lighthouse Program won a grant worth $352,500 over five years. The school district received the news from Frankfort Jan. 27. The Lighthouse provides after-school tutoring and enrichment to students in kindergarten through eighth grade.