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Uniformed band members march while holding flutes and clarinets
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Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals

Mission

Carroll County High School fosters personal wellness, academic success, and civic responsibility in a nuturing environment where all student 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.

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What's New?

Carroll County High School has a new sport, Esports. 

Esports is a competition between teams to achieve a common goal through video games.  Kentucky High School Athletics Association is now recognizing Esports as a sport activity.  KHSAA works with a company called PlayVS to schedule matches and host games on a server.  

At the present, we have 18 high school guys and gals coming to practice.  October 21, 2019 is the first organized match of Season 1. 

Latest News

District approved for NTI days

Carrollton, Ky. — Nov. 7, 2019 — We are pleased to announce that Carroll County Schools has been granted state permission to offer “Non-Traditional Instruction” (NTI) days during the 2019-2020 school year. This plan will allow learning to take place at home when conditions prevent schools from being in session. An NTI day will count as an instructional day and will not have to be made up at the end of the school year. 

 

Gividen elected to KYASRO board Sgt. Gividen

Carrollton, Ky. — Oct. 29, 2019 — Sergeant Tim Gividen of the Carrollton Police Department has been elected to the board of directors for the Kentucky Association of School Resource Officers.

Gividen will represent Region 4, which is comprised of the following counties:

District launches MyBusBuddie Parent Portal

We are excited to announce a new online parent portal that allows you to track the location of your child’s bus.

The MyBusBuddie parent portal will allow you to estimate pickup and drop off times. We are always looking for ways to better serve you. Safety is the district’s first priority, and safety is a team effort. The MyBusBuddie parent portal is our effort to improve collaboration between the school and the home. Thank you for your trust and support.

For instructions on how to use the portal, click here

District reviews data from 2018-2019, first year of new accountability system

Carrollton, Ky. — October 2, 2019 — The Kentucky Department of Education has released testing accountability scores for schools across Kentucky for the 2018-2019 school year. Under this new accountability testing system, each school receives a star rating between one and five stars. Cartmell Elementary — and Kathryn Winn Primary as Cartmell Elementary’s feeder school — earned one star. Carroll County Middle School earned two stars. Carroll County High School earned two stars.

 

“We are very appreciative of the data from student assessment,” said Superintendent Danny Osborne. “We will analyze this data and use that information to better meet the needs of all our students. While the data does tell a story, it does not always tell the whole story. Our focus has and will continue to be on being the catalyst of change for every student, preparing them for a hopeful and productive life, which includes building character, work ethic, and other qualities that do not always show up in the assessment data.”

CCHS Monthly Newsletter
The CCHS newsletter is published at the end of each month and is intended to give the community a glimpse of the many exciting opportunities available to our students.
 
Click here to open:   MAY 2019