Category: School

Ruritans donate dictionaries

Carrollton and Dellroy Ruritans presented dictionaries to third grade students at Carrollton Elementary School Oct. 6. Since the 2004-2005 school year, the Ruritans have sponsored and distributed nearly 2,600 dictionaries through The Dictionary Project. A certificate presented to the Ruritans noted, “Your support makes it possible for students in Carrollton and Dellroy to receive a dictionary for their own personal use that they will be able to use for a

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Baker, Bright chosen as students of month

Jacob Baker and Cailyn Bright were named Senior Students of the Month for September at Carrollton High School.Baker is the son of Brent and Shannon Baker of Carrollton. He has two brothers and two sisters, Madilynn, 15, a sophomore; Juliana, 7, 2nd grade; Clayton, 5, preschool; and Lane, 2.At CHS, he is vice president of the senior class and a member of the National Honor Society and Youth2Youth. He is

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Brinker obtains license, takes over as elementary asst. principal

Contract renewals were among the topics discussed at the Southern Local school board meeting Sept. 15, where pacts were approved for one school administrator and two district staff members.Officials granted Southern Local Elementary Assistant Principal Emily Brinker a two-year contract after she obtained her administrative license in the midst of her current pact.“Instead of adjusting her contract in the middle, the board agreed to give her another full year,” said

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Minerva Homecoming crowning to take place at assembly; preside over game

 The Minerva High School fall homecoming crowning will take place, just not prior to the Friday night football game like in years past.  Students will assemble in the football stadium for a homecoming assembly Friday, Sept. 25.  The Homecoming Court will be presented and the king and queen will be announced. Those chosen for the court include: Brendan Bennett and Molly Boldizar, Alex Granat and Ellyse Donahue, Pierson Laha

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Stackhouse honored

Carrollton senior Mason Stackhouse was named Buckeye Career Center September Student of the Month for demonstrating the core value of responsibility/accountability. Stackhouse is a double lab student, enrolled in Auto Collision and Construction Technology. He works as an auto detailer at Guess Motors, is a member of Farm Raisers 4-H Club and Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church. He golfs and plays baseball for Carrollton. He eventually hopes to open a

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Bright wears homecoming crown

CCM Staff Report Carrollton High School senior class president Cailyn Bright was crowned 2020 homecoming queen during a ceremony Sept. 18 prior to the Carrollton vs. West Branch football game. Bright, the daughter of Dave and Dana Bright of Carrollton, is a three-time qualifier to the state bowling tournament, a scholar athlete and a first team Eastern Buckeye selection in both volleyball and bowling. Academically, she is a member of

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Carrollton homecoming set Sept. 18

A Carrollton High School senior will be crowned homecoming queen during festivities Sept. 18 at Community Field on SR 332. Along with the crowning, senior night for fall sports will be held. All festivities will take place prior to the 7 p.m. kick-off of the battle of the Warriors. Carrollton hosts West Branch in the Eastern Buckeye Conference match-up. Candidates include from left: Abby Laizure, daughter of Shane and Shelli

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Still time to enroll in Adult Education classes at BCC

Interested area residents still have time to apply for full-time Adult Education courses at Buckeye Career Center. Full-time adult courses begin Sept. 14. Available Adult Education programs include: Cosmetology; Dental Assisting; Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration; Heavy Equipment/CDL-A Operator; Law Enforcement Training Academy; Medical Assisting; Medical Office & Billing Specialist; Utility Lineworker and Welding Technology. The programs last nine months, with the exception of Cosmetology (two-year program), and meet

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Extreme heat could trigger remote learning at Carrollton Elementary

By Leigh Ann Rutledge Associate Editor Pandemic regulations aren’t the only thing affecting whether or not school buildings are open to students, extreme heat is  a major factor for Carrollton Elementary. In order for students to attend school in the traditional manner, they, along with staff, are required to wear face masks and maintain social distancing. Carrollton Schools Superintendent Dave Quattrochi issued an all-call to parents Aug. 26.  “I want

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High school golfers tee off this week for 2020 season

In the midst of the uncertainty surrounding the high school fall sports season, at least one sport is moving forward: high school golf.CHS BoysThe Warriors of Carrollton officially started practice Aug. 1 and kick off the season this week with a busy schedule. Wednesday, they travel to Union Country Club at Dover to participate in the Tuscarawas Central Catholic Saints Invitational, Thursday they host Malvern at noon at Carroll Meadows Golf

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