Carver Receives Principal of the Year Award from Maryland Association of Student Councils
James Carver, principal at North Carroll Middle School, has been selected as the recipient of the Wayne Perry Principal of the Year Award for 2013-2014 presented by the Maryland Association of Student Councils. Read more.
Pictured (left to right): Sami Morris, Erika Lucas, Madison Collins, Kristi Reppe (SGA Advisor), James Carver (Principal), Dubem Nnake, and Ryan Friedman.
Oriole Bird Helps SCHS Students Celebrate Attendance
South Carroll High School celebrated the state standard of 94% attendance or better with an Oriole celebration The Oriole Bird came to greet students, sign autographs, and take pictures. The administrative team made fresh popcorn and cotton candy for all students who qualified. This is part of the Cavaliers “Count Me In” attendance incentive program which focuses on rewarding students with 2 or less absences per quarter. By encouraging student attendance, South Carroll High School also works toward improved academic performance.
CETV Spotlight . . . West Middle School Virtual Field Trip
By using cameras, microphones, interactive software and the Internet, students from West Middle School visited Rockingham Castle in England.
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Proposed FY 15 Operating Budget
Superintendent Stephen Guthrie presented his proposed operating budget for FY 2015 at the Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, January 8.
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Chamber of Commerce Recognizes Outstanding Teachers
The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce recognized 303 teachers at the 25th annual Outstanding Teacher Awards program held Wednesday evening, March 26, 2014, at Winters Mill High School. Read more.
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Carroll Students Named Carson Scholars
Eight students from Carroll County Public Schools have been selected as Carson Scholars for 2014. Read more.
Westminster High School Student Receives Award in Poster Contest
Keeley Farkas, a senior at Westminster High School, won a Special Artist Honorable Mention Award for her poster in the “Love Your Tree” Contest sponsored by the Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt Hospital. Read more.