Three Honor Guard students carry ceremonial arms after posting the colors
Uniformed band members march while holding flutes and clarinets
Row of girls in pink shirts flex behind row of boys in football jerseys.
Two panther mascots dance
Two boys sitting in the cafeteria.
Turkeys from Ag class.
Cartmell students being greeted by the CCHS football team.
Students working in Science Class
Students Running
Student Cheerleaders

20-21 Scheduling Information & Forms

Download the Course Scheduling Guide and your relative request form. Submit your completed scheduling request form by Monday, April 13th, 2020 at 11:59pm. When you save the file, be sure to put your name in the title before you email it back to us. Email your scheduling request form to lisa.weedman@carroll.kyschools.us

 

Course Scheduling Guide, Grades 9-12

20-21 Freshman Scheduling Request Form (current 8th graders)

20-21 Sophomore Scheduling Request Form (current 9th graders)

20-21 Junior Scheduling Request Form (current 10th graders)

20-21 Senior Scheduling Request Form (current 11th graders)

 

If you need paper copies, Course Scheduling Guides and grade-level request forms will be available on the table outside of the school's front doors beginning March 31st from 9:00am - 2:00pm each day. You may also drop off your completed scheduling request form in the assignment bin outside on that table. 

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Mission

Carroll County High School fosters personal wellness, academic success, and civic responsibility in a nurturing environment where all students graduate ready for post-secondary excellence. 

Vision

Be the center for cultivating and empowering a mindful, purposeful, and prosperous community.

Values

At Carroll County High School, we value empathy, relationships, integrity, excellence, and generosity.

Goals

  1. Students: Provide a quality and equitable educational experience to all students to ensure their success n meeting personal, academic, and career goals.
  2. Staff: Recruit, develop, and retain highly qualified staff members to carry out our mission, vision, and values ina supportive environment.
  3. Parents & Community: Promote, facilitate, and enhance involvement in our school with all parent and community members.
  4. Management:  Decisions to guide and operate our school will be based upon best practices and "common Sense" measures to ensure what is best for students.

 

Latest News

COVID Re-Entry Survey - Parent Results

Thank you to everyone who took our COVID Re-Entry Survey in June! We very much value your feedback.

 

More than 230 parents and guardians responded to the survey, and we would like to share the results with you now: https://www.surveymonkey.com/stories/SM-2QFKHHMD/

 

The Carroll County School District’s COVID-19 Re-Entry Task Force has met several times and is in the process of presenting plans to the Carroll County Board of Education.

 

We will release finalized plans as soon as possible.

 

Thank you again to everyone who took the survey, and stay safe this summer!

District Task Force creates COVID-19 school safety protocols

Carrollton, Ky. - June 9, 2020 - The Carroll County School District has created a COVID-19 Re-Entry Task Force, which has created a series of safety protocols that will be implemented before students return to school this fall. 

 

“We are doing everything we can to ensure that our schools are ready for students this fall,” said Mark Willhoite, chief operations officer and director of pupil personnel. “I appreciate the time and input of everyone on the Task Force. I want to emphasize that this is just a snapshot of the precautions we are taking to maximize the safety of students and staff during this pandemic. As circumstances change, our Task Force will meet and adjust our protocols and procedures accordingly.” 

 

The following safety protocols will be in place for students and staff when school begins in the fall:

Summer food schedule changed to Mondays, Wednesdays

Carrollton, Ky. - June 8, 2020 - Starting Monday, June 8, food will be distributed in the Carroll County School District on Mondays and Wednesdays only. 

 

On Mondays, students will receive two breakfasts and two lunches. On Wednesdays, students will receive three breakfasts and three lunches.  

 

The meal pickup process will be non-contact, and all district employees will be wearing masks for safety. 

 

Meals are distributed from Carroll County High School from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
 

Online Registration is active!

We are excited to announce the new online registration process to our district, beginning with the 2020-2021 school year! The online registration process will walk you through a series of steps to enter or confirm information about your student(s), parents/guardians, and emergency contacts.

Before you begin, please gather the following:

Sizemore named director of special education Sizemore named director of special education

Carrollton, Ky. - May 22, 2020 - Superintendent Danny Osborne has selected Wayne Sizemore as the new director of special education for the Carroll County School District. Sizemore has served as DOSE for the Breathitt County School District since 2005.

 

“Mr. Sizemore comes to us with a wealth of experience,” Osborne said. “The director of special education position is extremely important, and we are thrilled to have someone like Mr. Sizemore step into the role.”

 

Sizemore currently serves as DOSE of the Breathitt County School District, where he supervises the school district’s special education program. During his time there, he assisted in the district’s turnaround status from a Kentucky Department of Education State Managed District to a State Assisted District. Sizemore began his career as a speech-language pathologist in the Leslie County School District in 1999. 

Rohrer moves to central office

Carrollton, Ky. - May 22, 2020 - Jeannie Rohrer is the newest face at the Carroll County School District central office. Starting July 1, Rohrer will serve as the district’s supervisor of instruction. She is taking over from Jonica Ray, who is the district’s new assistant superintendent. Rohrer has been principal of Cartmell Elementary since 2017.

 

“This is another great hire for our district,” said Superintendent Danny Osborne. “Ms. Rohrer has proven herself to be an exceptional administrator. It’s been great to see her work at Cartmell, and I am excited to see her step up to this new role. We are blessed in this school district to have so much talent to draw on, and Ms. Rohrer is a tremendous asset to staff and students.”
 

Graduation ceremony video posted

The Class of 2020 graduation ceremony is now online!

 

Click HERE to view.

Ray promoted to assistant superintendent Ray promoted to assistant superintendent

 

Carrollton, Ky. - May 01, 2020 - Superintendent Danny Osborne has selected Jonica Ray as the new assistant superintendent of the Carroll County School District. 

 

“It is my pleasure to work with Ms. Ray in this next step of her career,” Osborne said. “In my two years in the district, I have been amazed by Ms. Ray’s work ethic as well as by her passion for making a difference for kids. We are fortunate to have Ms. Ray in our community as well as in leadership in our school district. I am confident that great things are ahead for all of us.”

 

Ray has served the school district for twenty-three years: eleven as a teacher, four as an instructional coach, two as an assistant principal, three as a principal and three as elementary instructional supervisor.
 

Willhoite named KYASRO Administrator of the Year

Carrollton, Ky. - April 27, 2020 - The Kentucky Association of School Resource Officers has named Mark Willhoite as the 2019-2020 Administrator of the Year. Carroll County School District Superintendent Danny Osborne nominated Willhoite, who was chosen for the distinction by KYASRO school resource officers. 

 

The KYASRO Administrator of the Year award recognizes an “administrator or educator who has had a positive impact on their school community and has demonstrated support for a safe and secure learning environment.”

 

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