Group of masked people at groundbreaking. Five individuals hold shovels of dirt with row of people behind. Construction equipment in background.
Two teachers and students (masked) give thumbs up in front of mums in a greenhouse.
Three Honor Guard students carry ceremonial arms after posting the colors
Two panther mascots dance
Uniformed band members march while holding flutes and clarinets
Sixteen bus drivers wear black shirts and stand together beside school bus.
Three middle school students outside at CCMS field
Three KWP students create bubbles with bubble wands.
Four Had Start students point to their ears after breakfast
Student holding a rusted metal fence.
Eight staff members face the camera and smile in front  of the CCHS trophy case.
CCMS student drawing on a chalk globe.
Four students holding baloons outside at KWP

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District wins PEAK Award, Board recognized

 

Carrollton, Ky. - January 19, 2021 - Every January, communities across Kentucky recognize school board members for their service during School Board Recognition Month. For the Carroll County Board of Education, though, this January is more special than usual. The success of the Double C Farm at Camp KYSOC led to the district winning the Fall 2020 PEAK Award from the Kentucky School Boards Association. 

 

CCHS partners with Dow for new greenhouse Dow-CCHS Groundbreaking for Greenhouse

Carrollton, Ky. - October 30, 2020 - Students at Carroll County High School will soon have access to a new hydroponic greenhouse, made possible through partnership and grant support from Dow. Food grown in the greenhouse will be used in school lunches and will also help supply the Food Pantry of Carroll County. Construction of the new greenhouse will begin soon and should be complete by December of this year.

 

 

“We can’t thank Dow enough for what they are doing for our students and our community,” said Superintendent Danny Osborne. “Our agriculture program has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, and for Dow to honor that growth in this way is just incredible. We are beyond blessed in this community, thanks to partners like Dow.”