Carrollton, Ky. — February 21, 2018 — Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High School students enacted safety drills today to practice for an emergency situation.
These drills were held in conjunction with the Carrollton Police Department.
“We do these drills regularly so that our students understand what to do in an emergency,” said Doug Oak, Assistant Superintendent for the Carroll County School District. “We understand that everyone is concerned about recent events in our state and in our nation. We take student safety seriously, and we are doing everything that we can to increase preparedness. We appreciate the help and guidance we received from the Carrollton Police Department today for these safety drills.”
The district regularly assesses the physical security of its schools and facilities.
This year, the district also added a school resource officer.
“In addition to what we are doing to ensure that students are safe, we also need help from parents and others in the community,” Oak said. “One of our primary goals is to keep parents informed about what is happening in our schools. To help us do that, please avoid spreading rumors on social media. If you have a question, please call one of our schools or the Carroll County Board of Education.”
The district also releases information on its website (carroll.kyschools.us) and Facebook page (Facebook.com/CarrollSchoolsK).
Will your child be five years old by August 1, 2018?
If so, then you need to come to Kathryn Winn Primary to register your child for kindergarten to ensure his/her place in a kindergarten class for the 2018 – 2019 school year.
Kindergarten Registration Information
Parents and Guardians,
Please see the attached documents from our State Department of Public Education and Cabinet for Health and Family Services, informing us of NEW immunization requirements effective on July 1, 2018.
All students must be in compliance with these NEW immunization requirements.
We are encouraging you to begin the process of determining IF your child needs these vaccines now because it is recommended that there be 6 months between the first and second doses.
Therefore, PLEASE DO NOT postpone this process until summer for that reason.
School health nurses are compiling a list of students who already meet these NEW immunization requirements.
If you have any questions, please call any of the nurses at the following numbers during school hours:
Click here for forms and additional information.
The Carroll County Board of Education invites exceptional candidates with a background in serving a diverse population and possessing discerning leadership capabilities to apply for the position of Superintendent of Schools.
Carrollton, Ky. — Nov. 22, 2017 — Last week, students in Mackenzie Wright’s animal science class were learning about cows, but not from a textbook.
“Hands-on learning is important,” Wright said. “Dustin Ogburn brought one of his cows to the high school’s campus, so we had him bring it in the classroom.”
If a school day is cancelled this year, we will communicate that cancellation through the following outlets:
All parents and guardians whose phone number is in the Infinite Campus system will receive a phone call through the One Call Now system.
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