• Geology club gets adventurous

    At Jefferson Community and Technical College Carrollton Campus there is a new organization that is quickly becoming the most adventurous club ever encountered by its students.

    Geology Club, The Geo-Adventurers Chapter, is sponsored by geology instructor Caroline Reisner, formed on the Carrollton JCTC campus on Oct. 14, and signed more than 20 members in its first week.

  • County’s STLP teams advance to state competition


  • Carroll County students are learning to serve others

    The motto of Carroll County High School is “Enter to Learn; Leave to Serve.” This time of year, the spirit of service is alive not only at the high school, but throughout the entire district.  The following are just a few examples of how Carroll County students are serving others in need.

  • Franklin selected for honor society

    Franklin selected
    for honor society
    Hayley Franklin, the 20-year-old daughter of Ben and Crystal Franklin, has been accepted into Lambda Pi Eta, the National Commun-ication Honor Society. She is a junior at Northern Kentucky University.
    To be eligible, a student must have 60 credit hours and attain a 3.5 or higher grade point average.

  • Cartmell Elementary Honor Roll

    The following students made the honor roll at Cartmell Elementary School for the first nine weeks.
    Grade 3 All A’s
    Cheyenne F. Abrams, Melanne K. Ashcraft, Mallory M. Besselman, Ellyanna M. Brennan, Tori A. Burgin, Shane M. Carmack, Jeffery T. Crawford, Dylan A. Dermon, Adam Q. Froman, Esmeralda Garcia, Tara J. Harmon, Khursten M. Hetrick, Nadja R. Lacefield, Destiny M. Lewis, Haley K. Mullins, Brandon A. Perkins, Jacklyn C. Ray, Abigail E. Rose, Andrea R. Searcy, Daniel K. Smith, Lauren E. Watkins
    Grade 3 A’s/B’s

  • Students take Rachel’s Challenge to the next level

    Almost every adult remembers where he or she was when the Columbine High School shooting took place on April 20, 1999.  However, many people may not know the story of Rachel Joy Scott, the first person killed in that tragedy.

  • Meeting set to prepare for prom lock-in party

    There will be a meeting Nov. 4 for parents of juniors and seniors and anyone else willing to help with a prom lock-in at Carroll County High School this school year.
    The meeting will be held in the high school media center at 5:30 p.m.
    Organizers say they need extra hands to help set up, clean up, tear down, serve the students and handle other duties during the night or donate food, such as chips, drinks, cookies and brownies.

  • Carroll County Middle School Honor Roll

    Carroll County Middle School recently announced its honor roll for the first nine weeks. Students making the honor roll are listed below:

    ALL ‘A’S

  • School district improvement plan available for comments November 8

    The Comprehensive District Improvement Plan, used to guide the district in its efforts to continue improvement at the county’s schools, will be available at the Carroll County Board of Education Central Office, 813 Hawkins St. in Carrollton, Nov. 8-17 for anyone to observe and make comments.
    The plan will be available on-line at www.carroll.kyschools.us during that time as well, according to Elementary Instructional Supervisor Pam Williams. Those without Internet access may use the computers at the Carroll County Public Library, 136 Court St., in Carrollton.