Carrollton, Ky. - March 20, 2020 - Schools in the Carroll County School District will remain closed for a week beyond April 13, making April 20 the first day for students to return to school. In a March 20 conference call with superintendents, Gov. Beshear requested that schools remain closed until April 20 as a result of the spread of COVID-19, also known as “the coronavirus.”


“I am disappointed that we will remain out of school for another week, but this is the right thing to do,” said Superintendent Danny Osborne. “Safety is and always will be our first priority. Our teachers, staff members and parents are working hard each day to ensure that our students continue to learn during this closure. I am proud of the work that everyone is doing, and we will continue to deliver meals to our students as we are doing now.”


Mondays through Fridays, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., staff members are providing meals for students at eleven locations in Carroll County:

  • Carrollton Village
  • 9th Street Housing Authority
  • Oakview Estates
  • Carroll County Middle School
  • Old English Christian Church
  • Paul’s Tire
  • Happy Hollow Resort
  • Worthville Post Office
  • Sanders Fire Department
  • Green Acres Mobile Home Park
  • Carroll County Water District


The district remains in close communication with the Kentucky Department of Education as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Kentucky Department for Public Health and the Three Rivers District Health Department. 


All extracurricular activities are cancelled during this closure. 

The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services has a website that provides additional information, including information on everyday preventative actions in regard to COVID-19:

The Carroll County School District is a public school system that operates within the geographic boundaries of Carroll County, Kentucky. The district serves around 1,900 students K-12. For more information on the Carroll County School District, visit


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