Baugher Named Maryland State Principal of the Year
John Baugher, principal of Francis Scott Key High School, has been selected as the Maryland State Principal of the Year by the Maryland Association of Secondary School Principals. Read more.
Photo courtesy of Carrie Weant, Pictures-R-Us, Inc.
Cranberry Station Diversity Club Wins “Together We’re Better” Competition
The Cranberry Station Elementary School Diversity Club won the statewide “Together We’re Better” competition for their video on bullying. The students were recognized at an awards ceremony hosted by the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Coalition on Friday, February 19, 2015, at the State House in Annapolis. Read more.
CCPS Celebrates Youth Art Month
Carroll County Public Schools will be holding two art exhibits in celebration of Youth Art Month in March. Read more.
Manchester Valley Student Receives Yes I Can Award
Atti Miller, a junior at Manchester Valley High School, has won the Yes I Can Award presented by the Council for Exceptional Children. Read more.
Pictured: Atti is a kicker on the Manchester Valley varsity football team.
Carroll County Student Government Association Meets with Carroll County Legislators
On Monday, February 23, student leaders from Carroll County Public Schools met with Carroll County legislators at the State House in Annapolis. After a tour of the State House, students had a question and answer session with the legislators. Pictured are: Front Row – Olivia Mihulka, Laura Spitalniak, Shannon Gibbons, Matthew Saxton, Natalie Singer, Anna Geist. Second Row – Keane Chamberlain, Caitlin Sein, Steven Priester, Emily Dowling, Molly Pohlhaus, Andrew Boone, Megan Alisauckas, Brittany Whitestone, Samantha Dickmyer. Third Row – Jeff Alisauckas (Advisor), Courtney Andrews, Sarah Alexander, Jacob Whitfield, Abigail Fowler. Back Row: Delegate Haven Shoemaker, Senator Justin Ready, and Delegate Susan Krebs.
CETV Presents . . . Sykesville Middle Safe Online Surfing Award
Sykesville Middle School was recognized with an award for its outstanding achievement compared to other schools in the nation that participated in the FBI’s Safe Online Surfing (SOS) program. The program is designed to help schools teach cyber safety. This is a video from the award presentation and interviews about the program.
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Saxton Selected as Finalist for State Board Student Member
Matthew Saxton, Student Representative on the Board of Education of Carroll County, has been selected as one of the two final candidates for the position of Student Member of the Maryland State Board of Education for 2015-2016. Saxton is a junior at Century High School. Read more.
CCPS Students and Staff to Receive Free Microsoft Office Software and Unlimited Storage
More than 25,000 Carroll County Public Schools students will have access to free online Microsoft Office applications, unlimited online storage, and free downloadable Microsoft Office software thanks to membership in MEEC (Maryland Education Enterprise Consortium) and an existing partnership with Microsoft. The school system is taking advantage of the new Microsoft Office 365 program that will provide every student and employee with access at no charge. Read more.
Preliminary FY16 Operating Budget
The Board of Education of Carroll County approved its Prelminary FY16 Operating Budget at the February 11th Board of Education meeting.
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Enrollment Projections 2015-16 to 2024-25
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Click here to view the enrollment projections analysis report.