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Sat
14
Oct
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Whitesburg Elementary School presented with STEM School of Excellence award

Whitesburg Elementary School was awarded the STEM School of Excellence Award at the International STEM Expo in Branson, Mo. on October 10, 2017. Whitesburg Elementary School was one of three recipients to receive this award during the October 10th Awards Session at the International STEM Education Association’s STEM Expo. The STEM School of Excellence Awards program honors public and private elementary, middle and high schools whose faculty and administration have implemented a comprehensive integrated STEM education program at very high levels or have made significant progress or significant strides in achievement through the implementation of comprehensive STEM programs. Whitesburg Elementary School was the only public school as well as the only elementary school to receive the award.

Fri
06
Oct
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Carroll County Schools hosts Brooks Learning Center dedication

Carroll County School System hosted the dedication of the Brooks Learning Center, in honor of Dr. Bernice Brooks, at
Glanton-Hindsman Elementary School on October 3. Carroll County Board Members, community leaders, public
officials and Chamber representatives shared in the celebration with the Brooks family. Scott Cowart, Superintendent of
Carroll County Schools, Leon Golden, former Carroll County Schools’ Superintendent and Board Member, Rob
Cleveland, spoke about Dr. Brooks’ decades of service to Carroll County Schools and the community. Dr. Bernice
Brooks expressed her gratitude for all who attended and to everyone who mentored and supported her throughout her
career.

Dr. Bernice Brooks was the first African American female administrator in Carroll County after integration, and the first
African American woman elected to the Carroll County Board of Education.

Sun
01
Oct
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Bowdon High School Future Business Leaders of America Tour IKEA in Atlanta

The Bowdon High School FBLA visited IKEA in Atlanta on Friday, September 22, 2017.

Members were met at the entrance by Brenda Graves the Communications and Events Planning
Specialist. She welcomed the group and led them upstairs to the conference room where
Manager Jill Matherson shared the history of IKEA. She called in employees to share their story,
talked about benefits, and told of career opportunities available at IKEA. After a short video, the
group was divided and taken on a tour of the store with a marketing representative who gave
further insight on the business. Lunch was provided in the IKEA cafeteria where the students ate

Swedish food before they returned to Bowdon High.

Thu
21
Sep
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Bowdon Middle School Sept. 'Red & Black Award' winners announced

Bowdon Middle School recognized the September Red & Black Award winners at their recent P.T.O. meeting.

Pictured L to R are: Back row: Jade Thompson, Brianna Snyder, Audree Duffie, Braxton Morton, Seth Farmer and Dillion Hyatt. Middle row:Jasmine Baker, Elizabeth Eason, Isyss Smith, Aliyah Swan, Alex Rubio, Caroline Huggins, and Leah Garrett. Front row: Jerry Files, Kaitlyn Roche, MaKayla Nunn, Nate Kovac, Cade Bartlett, Ragan Reaves and Sarah Poe.

Wed
20
Sep
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Carroll County Schools names assistant principal for Central Elementary School

(Carrollton, GA - September 19, 2017) Carroll County Schools named Lindsey Long as the new
Assistant Principal for Central Elementary School at the September 18 Board Meeting. Mrs. Long most
recently served as Special Education In School Coordinator at Central Elementary. She earned her
Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree and Specialist in Early Childhood Education from the University of
West Georgia. Mrs. Long is married to BJ Long, and they reside in Whitesburg with their three children,
Jack, Caroline and Sara Beth.

“Mrs. Long is a great asset to the leadership team at Central Elementary,” said Scott K. Cowart,
Superintendent of Carroll County Schools. “She is passionate about providing all students with a
premier learning environment and is dedicated to continuing Carroll County Schools’ commitment to
excellence in academics, arts and activities.”

Mon
18
Sep
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2017 Carroll County Schools Annual Report

Thank you for choosing Carroll County Schools, a Premier Choice for your child’s education. We are pleased to share with you the 2017 District and Cluster Annual Reports highlighting many achievements from the 2016-2017 school year. As excited as we are to share the happenings of the past year, we are looking forward to many more great achievements this year. In Carroll County Schools-The Best is Yet to Come!

Gracias por elegir las escuelas del condado de Carroll, una magnífica elección para la educación de su hijo. Nos complace compartir con ustedes el 2017 Distrito y Cluster Informes Anuales destacando muchos logros desde el año escolar 2016-2017. Tan entusiasmado como nosotros para compartir los acontecimientos del año pasado, estamos mirando adelante a muchos más grandes logros este año. En el Condado de Carroll Schools-The mejor aún está por venir!

Wed
13
Sep
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Bowdon High School Future Business Leaders of America recognized with top honors at FBLA National Leadership Conference

(Bowdon, GA)—More than 10,000 of America’s best and brightest high school students traveled to California to LEAD with top future business leaders and showcase their talents as they competed for the opportunity to win more than $180,000 in cash awards.

The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Conference was held June 28–July 1 in Anaheim. Participants from across the United States and abroad attended this exciting conference to enhance their business skills, expand their networks, and participate in more than 65 business and business-related competitive events.

Bowdon High School FBLA received national recognition at the FBLA Awards of Excellence Program on July 1.

Thu
31
Aug
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CJHS to host community maket day

Vendors are being solicited for Carrollton Junior High School's annual Community Market Day to be held Saturday, Sept. 30, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.  

Vendors, businesses and individuals with items to sell or advertise can reserve a space, sell their items and keep the profit. Spaces available for $40. Spaces will not be assigned until a full registration has been received. 

Contact Ebensberger at 770-832-6535 or email her at kristen.ebensberger@carrolltoncityschools.net for registration information.

In addition to a variety of anticipated vendors on site, there will be entertaining music, activities for kids, and hot dogs, chips, cotton candy and drinks will be sold.

Wed
23
Aug
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Mount Zion Middle School hosts Annual STEM Camp

Mount Zion Middle School hosted its annual STEM Camp during the first two days of June, 2017. The camp focused on careers in STEM and incorporating STEM into daily activities.

Our guest speaker, Mr. Markham, assisted students in programming and flying drones, helicopters and tri-copters and explained how the military and other businesses use these devices. Students were encouraged to bring in their own personal drones to fly or use one of the drones in our STEM lab.

In addition, students experimented with “edible science” to create sweet summer treats such as ice cream in a bag and chocolate chip cookies.

As a team building activity, students created colorful tie-dye shirts.

The STEM Camp facilitators were Mrs. Heather Morse and Mrs. Tewanna Brown

Sat
17
Jun
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CHS named among most challenging schools

Once again, Carrollton High School is ranked among the most challenging high schools in the nation by the Washington Post, which released its 2017 list this spring. For the seventh consecutive year, CHS was noted for providing rigorous opportunities for all students.

America’s Most Challenging High Schools ranks schools through an index formula that’s a simple ratio: The number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Advanced International Certificate of Education tests given at a school each year, divided by the number of seniors who graduated that year. A ratio of 1.000 means the school had as many tests as graduates. Carrollton’s ratio of 1.490 ranks CHS at 1,892 nationwide, joining only 12 percent of schools in the nation to qualify for the list. 

“Academic rigor is key to a student’s success in high school,” said David Brooks, CHS principal. “Helping our students achieve at a high standard opens a lifetime of opportunities for them.”

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