Carroll County Middle School boys' basketball has released its schedule.
The Carroll County High School academic team has begun its season. The varsity squad is 0-3 while the JV squad is 1-2, obtaining its first win this week over Trimble County. The team members are Damien Tucker, Kayley Cates, Emma Wallace, Brenna Mefford, Hannah Weedman, Quinn Willhoite, Geoffrey Hash, Shelby Hillebrandt and Jewleena Taylor.
Next week begins the annual Carroll County Schools food drive to support the Carroll County Food Pantry. 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.
The Carroll County Middle School academic team is undefeated, starting its season 3-0. Its members include Gregory Humphrey, Johnathan Pirtle, Landon Martin, Gian Zacarias, Dylan Zacarias, Kelsey Hash, Aleeah Mercado and Lillian Rice.
Black and Gold Night will be held next week to spotlight middle and high school basketball teams. The boys and girls teams for seventh, eighth, JV and Varsity will play one quarter each on Tuesday, Nov. 14. Admission to the event is $5 for adults and $1 for students. A chili supper will begin at 5 p.m. with games starting at 6 p.m. Join us at the CCHS gymnasium to support our Panther basketball players!
The high school baseball team has begun conditioning. Anyone interested in playing high school baseball is welcome to attend.
Check out these opportunities to join the team at Carroll County Middle School! Go to join.ccpanthers.com for details.
CCMS held its monthly house assembly today. Students of the Month were recognized as were those receiving positive referrals. In addition, the band performed and students played a few games before returning to their homerooms for trail mix rewards.
Carroll County Middle School recognized its Students of the Month at a house assembly today. The Students of the Month are: Fifth grade - Genesis Perez Zarate and Ryan Morris Sixth grade - Lillianna Meffod and Kolt Kinman Seventh grade - Michelle Keen and Taylor Miller Eighth grade - Helany Gutierrez and Madison Having Congratulations to each of these students for this accomplishment!
CCHS Varsity basketball coach Roger Harden visited with Cartmell Elementary students today to encourage them to sign up for Carroll County Parks and Recreation basketball leagues. Please follow this link to register. https://leagues.bluesombrero.com/Default.aspx?tabid=1561329
The artwork of some Carroll County High School students can be spotted on a snow plow as the winter season arrives. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet offered high schools the opportunity to Paint the Plow during the inaugural safe winter driving promotion. CCHS art teacher Jeremy Cobb selected a group of artists to paint the plow. The blade is 12 feet wide and 4 feet high. Robin Dillard, Addyson Campbell, Savannah Wright, Grace Whisman, Hailey Kurtz and Brenna Mefford brought to life the image of a snowman that was hit and toppled by someone not driving safely in the snow. The plow was brought to CCHS by the local state highway department workers. Its home was in the makerspace until it was picked up recently.
Nine teenagers traveled to the Northern Kentucky Regional Youth Summit during Red Ribbon Week. Five from the high school and four from the middle school were selected to attend. The summit is a collaborative effort related to substance use prevention and mental health awareness. Students could attend focused sessions. Some of the summit’s goals include to strengthen leadership and advocacy skills, make the youth feel empowered to make change in their community, address youth substance use and suicide trends, as well as foster resiliency skills to better cope with mental illness. The high schoolers who attended were Hannah Weedman, Makayla Keithley, Shelby Hillebrandt, Coy Willhoite and Aiden Lilley. The middle school representatives were Molly Young, Brooklyn Rose, Milee Dickerson and Amberlee Schooler.
A message from Carroll County Schools Superintendent Casey Jaynes celebrating Kentucky Summative Assessment (KSA) test scores!
Carroll County High School is seeking a science teacher. Check out join.ccpanthers.com for details!
The Carroll County High School seniors powderpuff team came away with a victory last week in the annual competition. (More photos are on the District's Facebook page.)
October birthdays were celebrated at Kathryn Winn last week. The Food Services Department prepares the birthday party for Winn and Cartmell students each month.
Electrical students at the Carroll County Area Technology Center are installing exterior lights around the school as their senior project. They are pictured here measuring for the project and digging a trench for the pipes and wiring.
Cook Like A Rockstar is a popular Focus Friday class at Carroll County High School. The instructor was awarded $1,750 in grant money through the local McDonald’s restaurant. Tracey Reynolds, the youth services coordinator at CCHS, applied for the grant to benefit the class taught by Bessie Howard. She sought $750, which she was awarded. As a bonus, Grant Groen, owner of the Carrollton McDonald’s, donated another $1,000 to the cause. The students have learned to make entrees and desserts in class. In the spring semester, they will take a trip to Sullivan University to learn about their culinary arts program.