Carroll County Schools Superintendent Casey Jaynes is hosting an open meeting at Hos Coffee on Dec. 1 from 7:30 to 9 a.m. All are invited to attend to discuss Carroll County Schools. Please join us!
Pre-Nursing students at the Carroll County Area Technology Center used a game of Simon Says to learn range of motion exercises that are required skills in their Student Registered Nurse Assistant class/Medical Nurse Assistant class. The skills include range of motion for shoulder, hip, wrist and elbow. Students will take a certification test in December that, if passed, will allow them to begin working in their career field. They also practiced care skills such as feeding patients, transitioning from bed to wheelchair, helping dress patients and taking blood pressure.
Panther families, several local agencies are sponsoring a Christmas parade on Dec. 2. Please check out these flyers for details.
Several members of the CCHS Panthers football team were named to the All-District Team. Congratulations to Parker Mumphrey, Braden Stephenson, Zayn Satchwell, Mikey Sewell, Malachi Embers, Johnny Scherder, Garrison Brumback, Dalton Crawford, Bryson Chadwell and Gavin Pella.
Five Carroll County High School football players have been named to the NCKC All-Conference Team. Congratulations to Zayn Satchwell (RB), Malachi Embers (WR), Garrison Brumback (DB), Johnny Scherder (LB), and Parker Mumphrey (Punter).
Carroll County's boys' and girls' basketball teams performed for fans last night during Black and Gold Night. (More photos on the district Facebook page.)
The Carroll County Area Technology Center's HOSA Chapter held a blood drive last week. The group organized the drive for students within the ATC and Carroll County High School. A total of 19 pints of blood was collected.
We are excited to announce and welcome two new bus drivers!
Carroll County Schools is seeking volunteers to serve on the calendar committee. Please contact Mark Willhoite if interested.
Join us tomorrow night to support the Panther basketball teams at Black & Gold Night!
The annual food drive to support the Carroll County Food Pantry begins today. Please bring your donations to school each day to help our community members who are in need. Items will be collected through Friday, Nov. 17.
Veterans were recognized throughout Carroll County Schools today. The Carroll County High School FFA hosted a luncheon for veterans and their families. (More photos are on the district Facebook page.)
Veterans were recognized throughout Carroll County Schools today. Geno Anthony McCarty and Richard Carrico spoke to Carroll County Middle School students about their experience in the military. (More photos are on the district Facebook page.)
Veterans were recognized at ceremonies throughout Carroll County Schools today. Alumni Jacob Stewart and Jacob Southworth, who served together in the Marines and now work together on the Carrollton Police Department, spoke at Cartmell. (More photos on the district Facebook page.)
Veterans were recognized at ceremonies throughout Carroll County Schools today. These photos depict a few veterans at Kathryn Winn Primary. Veteran Brandon Meredith was interviewed by his son, Jax Meredith. (More photos are on the district Facebook page.)
CCHS students are learning how to Cook Like A Rockstar in Bessie Howard's Focus Friday classes. This group of students made Peanut Butter Cornflake Bars.
The Carroll County High School band will present its first concert of the year on Nov. 29 at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free.
Sign-ups for Carroll County Parks and Recreation are open until Nov. 20. CCHS Panthers Basketball Head Coach Roger Harden went to Cartmell recently to talk to students about the programs. Use this link to register. https://leagues.bluesombrero.com/Default.aspx?tabid=1561329
Carroll County Middle School girls' basketball team has released its schedule.