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The Carroll County Board of Education approved a new base rate salary table for the district's certified and classified employees that will increase base pay by 5%. Superintendent Casey Jaynes said the increase in base pay should help with teacher and staff retention.

Five Carroll County High School senior band students were chosen to play with a New Orleans style brass band through Northern Kentucky University this weekend.

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Carroll County High School submitted two grant applications to the Niles Foundation focusing on placing two charging stations in each classroom in the highschool and offsetting the insurance costs on the computers provided to the students by the school district.

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The welding program at Carroll County Area Technology Center involved the community in a recent competition to create the best Christmas ornament and best Christmas present.

Planned roof repairs at Carroll County High School have become more involved after it was been determined that the roof needs to be removed to the decking and a new roof installed.

(FRANKFORT, KY) – The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is recognizing about 2,400 key education technology staff from Kentucky’s K-12 school districts and KDE's Office of Education Technology (OET) for their dedication and support of education technology during the COVID-19 pandemic fr…

North American Stainless (NAS) has partnered with Carroll County Schools to provide volunteers to work with students in each school to meet a variety of educational needs. Currently, there are 14 employees coming to Head Start, Kathryn Winn Primary, Cartmell Elementary, CCMS and CCHS each we…

McDonald’s restaurants across Kentucky are supporting teachers by presenting a series of MAC Grants this fall. Each $500 MAC (Make Activities Count) Grant is designed to help local teachers fund new and exciting projects designed to engage their students in creative ways.

Carroll County Schools Superintendent Casey Jaynes said he is optimistic for the future of the district despite a low ranking assigned to the schools by the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE).

An overview of Carroll County’s school performance data was presented to the board of education during its recent meeting. Superintendent Casey Jaynes discussed the results and plans moving forward in a separate story in this week's issue of the paper.

The Carrollton McDonald's presented a $500 donation to Carroll County Schools at halftime of Friday's football game. Representing McDonald's is (from left, front) Debbie Woods and Heather Grubbs. Back row (from left) includes Carroll County Board of Education member Corey Groseclose, Superin…

Carroll County seniors Evan Searcy and Courtney Strickland were named Homecoming King and Queen Friday night before the Carroll vs. Walton Verona football game. Evan is the son of Jon and Angie Searcy and Courtney is the daughter of Scott and Ginger Strickland.

The Carroll County Board of Education voted to approve its 2022-23 budget at its meeting last Thursday.

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The partnership between North American Stainless, Dow Chemical, Kentucky Utilities, NUCOR Steel and PMC Organometallix and fostered by Jefferson Community and Technical College, Carrollton is expanding. Looking to address the needs of finding qualified employees to the largest industries alo…

Carroll County Board of Education set the tax rate for the 2022-23 General Fund for real estate and personal property at 63.7 cents per $100 assessed value plus 0.1 cents for exonerations for a total tax rate of 63.8 cents per $100 of assessed value.