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Education

  • What are Non-Traditional Instruction days?

    The Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) option for makeup days has a number of parents with questions about the process and what is required of the students.

    CCS Elementary Instructional Supervisor Jonica Ray said Carroll County Schools applied for and was granted permission to use up to 10 days of NTI for makeup days when instruction time is missed because of conditions preventing school from being in session. NTI allows learning to take place at home.

  • CCHS Students of the Month–November

    Carroll County freshmen Kaden Reynolds and Layney Pittman have been named CCHS students of the month for November. The male and female winners were nominated by teachers and selected by a committee of faculty members. The committee determined its winners by considering both academics and citizenship.

    Freshman Kaden Reynolds

  • Carroll County Schools Menu | Dec. 6, 2018

    Carroll County Schools offers 100 percent fruit juice and 1 percent white and chocolate milk daily for breakfast. Milk also is offered at lunch. Menu subject to change due to availability of food.

  • Thanksgiving dinner at Winn Primary

    Parents and grandparents joined the students at Kathryn Winn Primary school for Thanksgiving lunch Nov. 16.

  • News-Democrat helps sponsor attendance incentive at CCMS
  • School Menu | Nov. 29, 2018

    Carroll County Schools offers 100 percent fruit juice and 1 percent white and chocolate milk daily for breakfast. Milk also is offered at lunch. Menu subject to change due to availability of food.

    Thursday, Nov. 29 – Cartmell and Winn Breakfast: Mini pancakes, Pop-Tart variety and blueberries; CCMS and CCHS also will have blueberry bagels; Cartmell and Winn lunch: Pepperoni calzone, pepper dippers, steamed cauliflower, orange and diced pears; CCMS also will have chicken Caesar wrap; CCHS also will have chicken patty sandwiches.

  • How can we reduce the impact of global warming?

    How much damage do you think starting your car does each day? Do you think that it’s harmless? Or do you really not know?

    When we start our vehicles, the fuel that is in our cars releases a gas called carbon monoxide. This may not hit global warming in the heart, but it is a key factor in other greenhouse gases that do. It makes other greenhouse gases such as methane and carbon dioxide stronger and more effective to our atmosphere.

  • 17,409 items!

    Kathryn Winn Primary students broke a school-record, bringing in 7,378 items for the Food Pantry of Carroll County.

    All of the food collected by the schools goes to stock the shelves of the Food Pantry of Carroll County and much of it will be used to make up food baskets for the holidays that are distributed each December.

  • Harper, Wood win award; First draft of ‘19-’20 calendar discussed

    Panther Paws awards were given to Carroll County Middle School sixth-grade social studies teacher Maggie Harper and Winn Primary cook/baker Jennifer Wood, at the Board of Education meeting Nov. 15. The Panther Paw Award is given monthly to one classified and one certified employee of the Carroll County School District. The award is given in recognition of outstanding service to the children of Carroll County.

    The November Panther Paw winners received a special pin as well as a $25 McNeal’s gift card, courtesy of Brad McNeal.

    School calendar

  • Reynolds’ class receives grant