• Cartmell Artist Showcase
  • Moving Up @ CCMS
  • Underclassmen Awards

    These awards were given at the Rotary Club of Carrollton’s annual Academic Banquet May 3.

  • Honors Day

    Carroll County High School seniors began their last day of school at the annual Honors Day Program May 25. The following pictures are of the senior-only awards. The rest of the Honors Day awards will appear in next week’s News-Democrat.

  • CAC Fourth Nine Weeks Honor Roll

    First Grade

    All A’s

    Leily Hernandez, McKinley Schlueter, Autumn Shea and Brooklyn Shea.


    Audrey Carli, Mackenzie Owens and Lora Ann Thompson.

    Perfect Attendance

    Abi Cano, Leily Hernandez, Willie Kamphouse, Colton Leach, McKinley Schlueter, Sophia Smith, Brooklyn Young and Mackenzie Owens.

    Second Grade

    All A’s

    Shaela Baker, Miguel Cucio, Ella Tiller, Hannah Weedman, Quinn Willhoite, Cheyanne Worley and Genesis Zuniga.


  • Carlton of Sanders, Ky., graduates from Campbellsville University

    “Through Christian education, lives are changed.”

    Dr. Michael V. Carter, president of Campbellsville University, told a record number of graduates in four ceremonies as 558 students received their degrees May 12-13.

    For the 2016-17 academic year, 760 students will have graduated, upon completion of all academic requirements.

    The number of graduates and actual number of commencement ceremonies are both record breaking.

    Mary Carlton of Sanders, Ky., a Bachelor of Science degree in early childhood education.

  • Winn update; Head Start earns 5-star rating

    JRA Architects and Weir Construction made a presentation on the proposed roof replacement, HVAC update and classroom expansion at Kathryn Winn Primary School.

    A state BG-1 document was approved by the Department of Education the week of May 15, for the project. JRA received the Department of Education’s approval of the architect agreement on May 25.

    They will be presenting the agreement for board approval at the next meeting.


  • Richmond has worked toward valedictorian goal since CCMS

    Becoming valedictorian is not just showing up for class, nor is it not deciding to buckle down during senior year to try for good grades.

    The valedictorian for Carroll County High School’s class of 2017 Jenna Richmond said she began thinking about being valedictorian when she was in middle school when she attended a function at the high school with her older brother Jae.

    “This has been a goal through all of high school,” Richmond said. “It has been a battle between me, Jenah Roberts and Taylor Courtney all four years.”

  • Academic Honors Banquet

    Rotary Club of Carrollton hosted and sponsored the Carroll County High School Academic Honors Banquet May 3, at the high school.

  • Cartmell Artist Showcase