Click here to view bus routes for the 2015-2016 school year.
BACK TO SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
Click here to view a list of orientations, open houses, back to school nights, and other activities for the beginning of the new school year.
Welcome to the New School Year!
Carroll County Teacher of the Year Rachel McCusker welcomes teachers back to school for the 2015-2016 school year with a special video message. Rachel is a music teacher at Piney Ridge Elementary School.
Click here to view the video message.
Vision 2018: Activities and Accomplishments 2014-15
At the July 8th Board of Education meeting, the superintendent provided an annual report outlining the major activities accomplished this year toward the Vision 2018 goals. The plan was to prioritize key school system initiatives for the next five years and to develop the organizational framework in which those initiatives will be achieved and measured. The organizational plan is titled Vision 2018: Five-Year Strategic Initiatives.
Click here to view the annual report.
Wastler Receives Award from Learning Forward Maryland
Jared Wastler, assistant principal at Liberty High School, has been selected as the recipient of the 2015 School Administrator Professional Learning Award presented by Learning Forward Maryland. This award recognizes a school administrator who ensures that every educator in his/her school engages in effective professional learning so every student achieves. Read more.
WHS Student to Perform with U.S. Army All-American Bowl Marching Band
Jimmy McKenzie, a senior member of the Westminster High School Marching Band, has been named to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Marching Band. This prestigious position is available to only 125 high school marching band seniors across the country. Read more.
Pictured (left to right): Band Directors Brian Frazier and Jennifer Bodrie Jones; Jimmy McKenzie; and Jimmy’s parents, Ann McKenzie and Major Scott McKenzie.
Taneytown Students Use STEM Skills to Improve Outdoor Classroom
A group of students who are beginning fourth grade at Taneytown Elementary School worked on a STEM project during the week of August 17th. They used their knowledge of math skills, along with the engineering design process, to improve the school’s outdoor classroom space. The program is coordinated by Brie Bower, a Title I teacher at Taneytown.