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Welcome back to CCMS for the 2019-2020 school year! We are excited to have our #positivepanthers back in the building #roaringintheclassroom! Please feel free to contact us at (502) 732-7080.

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Back to School - Helping Kids Overcome School Anxiety and Build Resiliency-Free Webinar

Living in a world that’s increasingly unpredictable, today’s kids, especially alternative learners, are more anxious than ever before. Dr. Sharon Saline, veteran psychologist and author of What your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew: Working Together to Empower Kids for Success in School and Life, and The ADHD Solution Card Deck will discuss how anxiety works and what professionals and parents can do to help kids reduce their worries. Dr. Saline will also discuss how to help kids change their relationship to worry and avoid the pitfalls of negative thinking. Learn techniques for separating the person from the anxiety, talking to the worry itself, and creating effective responses to ‘what ifs’. Dr. Saline offers tools for teaching all types of learners how to realistically evaluate situations, tolerate uncertainty, and calm down.

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!

District Task Force creates COVID-19 school safety protocols

Carrollton, Ky. - June 9, 2020 - The Carroll County School District has created a COVID-19 Re-Entry Task Force, which has created a series of safety protocols that will be implemented before students return to school this fall. 

 

“We are doing everything we can to ensure that our schools are ready for students this fall,” said Mark Willhoite, chief operations officer and director of pupil personnel. “I appreciate the time and input of everyone on the Task Force. I want to emphasize that this is just a snapshot of the precautions we are taking to maximize the safety of students and staff during this pandemic. As circumstances change, our Task Force will meet and adjust our protocols and procedures accordingly.” 

 

The following safety protocols will be in place for students and staff when school begins in the fall:

Online Registration is active!

We are excited to announce the new online registration process to our district, beginning with the 2020-2021 school year! The online registration process will walk you through a series of steps to enter or confirm information about your student(s), parents/guardians, and emergency contacts.

Before you begin, please gather the following:

Leap named national STEM scholar Larisa Leap: National STEM Scholar

 

Carrollton, Ky. - May 06, 2020 - Carroll County’s Larisa Leap is one of ten middle school science teachers in the nation who will participate this summer in the National STEM Scholar Program at The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science at Western Kentucky University.

 

"Ms. Leap is very deserving of this honor and opportunity," said Principal Dana Oak. "With only ten teachers selected in the nation, Ms. Leap is among the best. Our school is so proud of her, and we are excited to see her project in action next school year."
 

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