• EKU announces fall 2018 graduates

    Eastern Kentucky University recognized 1,072 graduates at the conclusion of the fall 2018 semester.

    The graduates were honored at separate academic college commencement ceremonies Dec. 14 at Alumni Coliseum.

    Local EKU graduates include: Allison Glenn Fornash, of Carrollton, Bachelor of Science in psychology; Laura Elizabeth Rich, of Richmond, Bachelor of Fine Arts in art; Micah Hess, of Arlington, Ind., Bachelor of Science in recreation and park administration.

  • iLEAD shows off student innovation at open house
  • Bus Buddies help parents track bus status
  • Educational Excellence Foundation of Carroll Co. seeks parent-directors for 2019-2020

    The Educational Excellence Foundation of Carroll County, Inc. — a 501(c)3 — is accepting nominations for two parent-directors for its board. Nominees must be the parent of a student in the Carroll County School District.

    Terms begin July 1, 2019, and last for one year. All directors serve as volunteers. Individuals may nominate themselves.

    The Educational Excellence Foundation of Carroll County was founded to support educational initiatives in the community.

    In 2018, the Foundation accomplished, among other things, the following:

  • CCHS Students of the Month–January 2019

    Carroll County seniors Alex Pettit and Shellie Payton have been named CCHS students of the month for January. 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.

    Senior Alex Pettit

  • Carroll County Middle School announces honor roll

    Fifth Grade All A’s

    Joshua Barrera-Diaz, Matthew Butcher, Giotto Cobb, Rosario Contreras, Brinley Couch, Josie Dale, Jon Davis, Adree Dermon, Angel Dickerson, Bernardo Gutierrez, Savannah Harp, Shelby Hillebrandt, Makayla Keithley, Daisy Laguna Lopez, Lincoln Miller, Quentin Mitchell, Tristen Pattee, Christopher Perez, Anna Ramirez-Ramirez, Lydia Risk, Edwin Rodriguez, Natalee Sachleben, Arlis Soto, Jewleena Taylor, Lucas Tompkins, Brenten Wright, Alan Zacarias and David Zeitz.

    Fifth Grade A/B

  • Trimble County offers CPR certification opportunity

    Are you interested in becoming CPR Certified for $20? Trimble County FFA would like to invite anyone interested to Trimble County Jr/Sr High School on Feb. 19. Trimble County alumni Andrew Stark will teach the event. The event will begin at 6 p.m. at the high school. Please come in through the front doors. If you plan on attending this event please RSVP by Feb. 15. If you have any questions please contact Jessica Fisher, 859-954-8088.

  • JCTC announces fall Dean’s List

    JCTC would like to announce the Dean’s List for the fall 2018 semester. Students must maintain full time status and a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher to be included.

    The following students earned the designation:

    Abrams, Cheyenne Faith

    Adair, Mariah Cheyenne

    Adams, Levi Douglas

    Aldama, Esmeralda Gabriel

    Aldridge, Macy Sue

    Bales, Kim Charlene

    Beck, Lillian Shelby

    Black, Shelbe Ray

    Bond, Timothy Craig

    Cammack, Noah R

    Chilton, Grace Catherine

  • Carroll County Schools Menu | Feb. 14, 2019

    Thursday, Feb. 14: Early Head Start and Head Start Breakfast: Mini pancakes, blueberry applesauce and milk; Early Head Start and Head Start Lunch: Cheese pizza, steamed cauliflower, oranges and milk; Cartmell, Winn and CCHS Breakfast: Mini pancakes, Pop-Tarts variety and blueberries; CCMS also will have blueberry bagels; Cartmell and Winn Lunch: Pizza crunchers, buttered corn, cucumber and green peppers, diced peaches, and pineapple; CCMS and CCHS also will have chicken bacon ranch flatbread.

  • Miss Kentucky talks to CCHS students about achieving goals

    Third time was the charm for Miss Kentucky Katie Bouchard as she spoke to the students of Carroll County High School, Feb. 4 during a morning assembly about achieving your goals.

    On June 30, 2018, Bouchard of Owensboro, Ky. was crowned Miss Kentucky after her third attempt to win the crown, realizing the goal she had set when she was in the second grade.