• School Menu | Dec. 14, 2017

    Thursday, Dec. 14: Breakfast, French toast sticks with syrup and yogurt or banana bread with yogurt or Pop Tarts and apple; Lunch: Beef or Chicken nachos, lettuce/tomato, salsa/sour cream, queso sauce, refried beans, fiesta rice, banana or pineapple.

    Friday, Dec. 15: Breakfast, Donut or Pop Tarts and banana; Lunch: Fish patty on bun or corn dog, macaroni and cheese, steamed broccoli, cole claw, Mandarin oranges or Craisins.

  • Burns named to Dean’s List

    Michael Burns of Carrollton, has been named to the Transylvania University dean’s list for the 2017 winter term. Burns, a graduate of Carroll County High School, is a Political Science major.

    To be named to the dean’s list, a student must achieve at least a 3.5 grade point average during the term.  

  • iLEAD Academy wins KSBA PEAK award

    The Kentucky School Boards Association presented Carroll, Gallatin, Henry, Owen and Trimble county school district officials with the Public Education Achieves in Kentucky (PEAK) Award Wednesday, Nov. 29, at the iLEAD Academy, located at 2557 Hwy. 227 in Carrollton.

    The PEAK Award, given twice yearly, was established in 1997 to focus statewide attention on outstanding public school efforts that enhance student learning skills and promote the positive impact of public elementary and secondary education in Kentucky.

  • BOE discusses superintendent search, creates the timeline

    The Carroll County Board of Education set the timeline for selecting a new superintendent at a working meeting, Dec 4.

    The board said they would like to have someone selected and hired by May 15, 2018. Don Martin from the Kentucky School Board Association said he thought that would be good timing as the school year is almost over and it would be easier for someone to transition out of their current situation. He also said that would give the new superintendent six weeks of overlap with interim superintendent Ron Livingood.

  • School Menu | Nov. 30, 2017

    Thursday, Nov. 30: Breakfast: French toast sticks with syrup and yogurt or banana bread with yogurt or Pop Tarts and apple; Lunch: Penne pasta with meat sauce or chicken alfredo, breadstick, steamed broccoli, steamed carrots, Mandarin oranges, or pineapple.

    Friday, Dec. 1: Breakfast: Donut or Pop Tarts and banana; Lunch: Chicken drumstick with roll, mashed potatoes, pinto beans, banana or Craisins.

  • What do you want to do when you grow up?


    Spark Academy Instructor

    As part of Spark Academy at Carroll County High School, over the past three weeks students were out and about within the community job shadowing. Providing opportunities with career exploration was a key component in establishing Spark.

    Students spent a couple of hours a day for one week shadowing at a place of interest based on a survey that was taken early in the school year. They will have another placement during the Spring Semester in another area of possible interest.

  • Eight inducted into Phi Theta Kappa

    Jefferson Community and Technical College Carrollton Campus recently inducted eight students into Phi Theta Kappa, the international honors society of two-year colleges. This organization focuses on four main pillars of excellence: Scholarship, Leadership, Fellowship, and Service. Students receiving an invitation must have a minimum 3.5 GPA and have completed at least 12 hours of college coursework.

  • School Menu | Nov. 23, 2017

    Nov. 22-Nov. 24: No school Thanksgiving Break.

    Monday, Nov. 27: Breakfast: Breakfast pizza or banana bread or Trix yogurt with granola or Pop Tarts, orange; Lunch: Grilled chicken with Swiss cheese or turkey with Swiss cheese on ciabatta bread, tater tots, chilled broccoli/carrots, applesauce or pear halves.

    Tuesday, Nov. 28: Breakfast: Biscuits with gravy or cinnamon apple toast or Pop Tarts and apple; Lunch: Pizza or hot ham cheese panini, corn, veggie toss and apple.

  • Teacher Spotlight: Wright finds her home at CCHS


    Carroll County Schools

    Last week, students in Mackenzie Wright’s animal science class were learning about cows, but not from a textbook.

    “Hands-on learning is important,” Wright said. “Dustin Ogburn brought one of his cows to the high school’s campus, so we had him bring it in the classroom.”

    If you want to speak with Mackenzie Wright, you better make an appointment. Before school, after school, during planning period, and during lunch — she is always helping students.

  • Schools eye restructuring to make best use of space

    The Carroll County Board of Education heard more information about restructuring the student population at three schools to accommodate all day Head Start.

    Carroll County Assistant Superintendent Doug Oak said he has met with administration, staff and cafeteria staff about the issue of changing student attendance patterns, which means what students would be at what schools.

    Oak said he has challenged everyone to think globally and the response has been positive.