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Latest News

Virtual School students to use Edgenuity/PathBlazers

Carrollton, Ky. - Aug. 14, 2020 - There has been a recent change to the Virtual School option for Carroll County School District students. Students who chose the Virtual School option will now use the Edgenuity web-based curriculum instead of the K12 curriculum originally communicated with families. Edgenuity has similar features to the K12 curriculum, such as incorporating teacher videos, integrating class meetings and supplemental lessons. There are supports built in for Special Education, English Language Learners and Advanced Learners. The courses all align with state standards and integrate with MAP, which will be used for district-wide benchmark assessments this year. Carroll County High School already uses Edgenuity, so they are very familiar with the components offered for grades 6-12. We have been exploring the recently added virtual curriculum for grades K-5, called PathBlazers. We are impressed with the components of the curriculum and the kid-friendly approach to learning. It delivers direct instruction, guided practice, independent practice and just-in-time reteaching and assessment. 

Meal distribution information released

We are delivering meals to our enrolled students M-F on school days at eleven locations, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 


To receive meals, students/parents/guardians must complete a one-time registration process. Call 502-732-9362, or visit carroll.kyschools.us for more information.


Locations: LINK


Registration: LINK

Plans unchanged for start of school

Carrollton, Ky. - Aug. 11, 2020 - The Carroll County School District’s plans for Distance Learning to start the school year on Aug. 26 remain unchanged. At its July meeting, the Carroll County Board of Education approved Superintendent Danny Osborne's recommendation to hold classes under a Distance Learning model for the first nine weeks. At the earliest, in-person classes will resume in late October for Carroll County School District students. 


“Gov. Beshear asked all school districts to delay the start of in-person classes until at least Sept. 28,” Osborne said. “The Governor’s request does not affect us here in Carroll County since we have already pushed our in-person start date beyond that point. The beginning of our school year remains Wednesday, August 26 via Distance Learning.”

Updated Reopening Plan and Learning Options

Parents, Guardians, and Community Members:


As always, we appreciate your patience and support as we work to make this a great school year for our students!


With recent changes, including classes being held through a Distance Learning model for the first nine weeks, we have updated our Reopening Plan.


Also, we have created a document to clarify the differences among In-Person Learning, Distance Learning, and Virtual School.


Thank you!

Distance learning approved for first nine weeks

At its July 23 meeting, the Carroll County Board of Education approved Superintendent Danny Osborne's recommendation to hold classes under a distance-learning model for the first nine weeks. 


The Board also approved the 2020-2021 school calendar.

Parents and guardians will be receiving a phone call from their child's school to discuss options going forward.


We appreciate everyone's patience with all of the changes, and we are looking forward to the school year!