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Buckeye Career Center sophomore visitation event is Feb. 1-5

Buckeye Career Center will host area sophomores Feb. 1-5 for in-person visits. The event, which usually occurs in November, was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but will occur with extra precautions in place.  The visits are intended for students in Tuscarawas, Carroll and Holmes counties who are interested in learning more about the career center’s 30 high school career-technical programs. The event allows students to pick five labs to

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Conotton Valley’s Autumn Brown named student of the month

Conotton Valley senior Autumn Brown was one of three persons named January students of the month at Buckeye Career Center. Two high school students were chosen for the honor for demonstrating January’s core value of critical thinking. One adult education student was also chosen for the honor.  Brown is a level two senior in Exercise Science  and Sports Medicine and a level one senior in Auto Technology. At BCC, Brown

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Brown Local teachers-school board agree on new 3-year pact

The Brown Local Board of Education approved an agreement with the Malvern Education Association at the Jan. meeting with pay increases in each of the next three years. The two parties mutually agreed to reopen negotiations and to follow an Interest Based Bargaining (IBB) format.  Successful Interest Based Bargaining is effective when all stakeholders have a relationship built on trust and collaboration. The agreement remains the same for the current

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Could the Rocket Center include a pool?

By Jacquie Humphrey CCM Correspondent The Conotton Valley Board of Education discussed re-adding a swimming pool to the design of the eagerly anticipated Rocket Center during the December meeting when members of the community were present. Swimming pools were removed from the design earlier in the year as concerns about decreased future funding came to light. After additioanl consideration the board is contemplating adding one, multi-function pool to the design

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Jaden Barkan, Emma Bodo named CHS December students of the month

Jaden Barkan and Emma Bodo were chosen as the Carrollton High School Students of the Month for December. Barkan is the son of Kenny and Jessica Barkan of Dellroy. He has three brothers, Kenny, 19, a college student; Micah, 15, a sophomore; and Kale, 13, an 8th grade student. He is a member of the Spanish Club and plays baseball in and out of school. He lifts at All In

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Thirty-two new members inducted into CHS National Honor Society

Thirty-two new members were inducted into the Carrollton High School National Honor Society (NHS) Nov. 24 in the high school Performing Arts Center. NHS officers welcomed parents and members, and Dave Davis, high school principal, presented opening remarks. NHS President Rebecca Stoneman gave a description of the emblem and introduced the other officers. Secretary Jacob Baker spoke about character. Vice President Cailyn Bright spoke on leadership. Historians Hailey Edie and

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‘Stuff the Bus’ drive set for Dec. 16

Carrollton School District is bringing back “Stuff the Bus” next week for a food and essential supplies drive. The drive will be held Dec. 16 during the district food distribution day and will benefit the Carrollton Schools CARE Team, which supports over 100 families in the district. “They now need our help more than ever,” said Ed Robinson, director of programs for the district. A bus will be available in

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Virtual open house planned at Buckeye Career Center

Buckeye Career Center’s annual open house is going virtual in 2020. The event will be held Dec. 10 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., by way of the Buckeye Career Center website and Zoom video conferencing platform. The event will be available to prospective students, their family members and the community. Each of the 33 programs will have their own Zoom session for students to enter at 15-minute intervals. Sessions will start at

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Zinda, Stoneman named Students of Month at CHS

Seniors Trevor Zinda and Rebecca Stoneman were named Carrollton High School Students of the Month for November. Zinda is the son of Aaron and Jodi Zinda of Carrollton. He has a younger brother, Ben, who is a sophomore. He is a member of the band, jazz band and brass choir. He participates in speech and debate, plays and musicals, CHS Club, Youth to Youth Club, Radio Control (R/C) Club and

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Biographies of CHS students who died in defense of U.S. now available to the public

Carrollton High School graduate Jason Eddy is known for his interest in history, particularly history that involves his community. Eddy, who is now athletic director at his alma mater, utilized his research talents to compile biographies of Carrollton High School students who gave their lives in defense of the United States. That compilation includes soldiers from World War I, Spanish-American War, Operation Enduring Freedom, Vietnam War and World War II.

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