.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Education

  • School Menu | Jan. 10, 2019

    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.

    Thursday, Jan. 10: Cartmell, Winn and CCHS Breakfast: French toast sticks, Pop-Tart variety and mixed berry cup; CCMS also will have blueberry bagels; Cartmell and Winn Lunch: Home-baked ziti, garlic toast, steamed carrots, broccoli florets, sweet grapes and diced pears; CCMS and CCHS also will have chicken alfredo.

  • Kamphouse named to the President’s List

    Jessica Kamphouse, a junior English major of Carrollton, was among approximately 550 Bob Jones University students named to the Fall 2018 President’s List. The President’s List recognizes students who earn a 3.75 or higher grade point average for the semester. Located in Greenville, S.C., Bob Jones University provides an outstanding regionally accredited Christian liberal arts education purposely designed to inspire a lifelong pursuit of learning, loving and leading.

  • CCHS thespians participate in Kentucky Thespian Festival

    Carroll County High School’s International Thespian Society Troupe No. 8704 students traveled to Owensboro Nov. 9-10, for the Kentucky Thespian Festival. This is a state festival for high school Thespian troupes across the state to attend and included scholarship and college auditions, professional workshops led by college professors and students and performances from all around the state, Theater sponsor Alissa Vogelgesang said. The CCHS students who attended were Nick Jones, Jake Horn, Dallas Blanton, Laura Ball, Madie Osborne, and Melanne Ashcraft.

  • CAC 2nd-graders win food drive competition
  • CCHS Students of the Month–December

    Carroll County sophomore Miguel Robledo and senior Allison Harris have been named CCHS students of the month for December. 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.

    Sophomore Miguel Robledo

  • Learning CPR
  • Carroll County Schools Menu | Jan. 3, 2019

    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.

    Thursday, Jan. 3 Cartmell, Winn and CCHS Breakfast: Mini pancakes, Pop-Tart variety and blueberries; CCMS 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 will have chicken patty sandwich instead.

  • Cookie Party!

    Winn Primary students received a milk and cookie party for exceeding their goal for the school food drive.

  • Ray blends education, philanthropy, pageantry

    A job description for Miss Carroll County would read like this:

    Is a strong student who has completed a high-tech curriculum at a local institution of learning

    Has a passion for helping children and plans to reinvest in the community through education

    Gives back through volunteer efforts and coordinates large-scale projects to help those in need

  • Christian Academy Christmas Program 2018

    Christian Academy hosted its annual program Dec. 6, featuring the K4, K5 and 1st-grade classes.