Proposed FY16 Operating Budget
The Superintendent’s Proposed FY16 Operating Budget was presented at the January 14th Board of Education meeting.
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Artwork by Winters Mill Student Takes 3rd Place in Museum’s Juried Art Show
Nora Kennedy, a senior at Winters Mill High School, has won 3rd place in the 7th Annual Reginald F. Lewis Museum Juried High School Art Show, sponsored by the museum, the Maryland State Education Association, and the Maryland State Department of Education. Kennedy is a student in Holly Ferraro’s AP Studio Art class. Read more.
Pictured: Artwork by Nora Kennedy
Enrollment Projections 2015-16 to 2024-25
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Northwest Middle Student a Finalist in “Champions of Courage” Essay Competition
Caroline Freundel, a seventh grade student at Northwest Middle School, has been named as a finalist in the 28th annual “Champions of Courage” Black History Month Essay Competition presented by M&T Bank. Read more.
Two CCPS Educators to Receive School Counseling Awards
Lisa Spera from Ebb Valley Elementary School was selected to receive the 2015 Maryland School Counselor of the Year award at the elementary level, and Kenneth Goncz from Westminster High School was named as the recipient of the Principal of the Year Award from the Maryland School Counselor Association (MSCA). Read more.
Carroll County High School Students Compete for $5,000 Scholarship in Biz Challenge
The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, Startup Local, and the Carroll County Public School System have teamed up for the second year to host the CCPS Biz Challenge. Again this year, Carroll County high school students have the opportunity to formulate and present their new business ideas for a chance to win a $5,000 Startup Scholarship. Read more.
Facility Utilization Study - Final Report
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Carroll County Schools Offer Suicide Prevention Program
The School Counselors and staff of Carroll County Public Schools strive to keep all students safe and recognize the signs and symptoms of students in need of mental health intervention. While there are community resources available, parents and students may contact their school counselor as a first step and to seek assistance and information. Additionally, parent informational brochures that contain pertinent information on the signs and symptoms of depression and suicide risk will be available in each school. Please call your school counselor for additional information and resources.
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