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  • As a whole, students at Carroll High School scored a full point better than their counterparts throughout the state on the 2016 ACT, a widely used college entrance exam.
  • Educating Educators
    For many local employers, Carroll students are one of their greatest resources.
  • CCSD website host hacked, page replaced with ISIS flag
    A waving ISIS flag and the phrase “allahu akbar” (God is great) appeared on the Carroll Community School District’s webpage on Thursday, Aug. 18, after the site’s host, Websites to Impress Inc., was hacked.
  • Penny Miller thankful for ‘calling’ to serve as Kuemper principal
    When the new school year starts next week at Kuemper Catholic High School, for the first time in 14 years, Penny Miller won’t be on hand to welcome students.
    Teachers are like silos. Historically, they often have stood alone in their work — they are in a room alone; they teach alone; then they send their students on.
  • Last June, two Kuemper Catholic coaches spent three days in South Bend, Indiana, home of Notre Dame University, to attend the Play Like a Champion Today clinic and learn about bringing positivity back into youth athletics. On Sunday, head football coach Chad Klein and head softball coach Erin Bohlmann will present that message back to the Carroll community.
  • Trump wins DMACC mock election
    Who says young people won’t vote for Donald Trump?
  • At the Carroll School Board regular meeting on Monday, Superintendant Rob Cordes announced the purchase of 700 Chromebooks to be used beginning this fall at a cost of $144,000.
  • Top of the Class
    Emily von Qualen, a 2007 Carroll High School graduate who participated in the school’s highly successful mock-trial program that’s a perennial state-tournament qualifier, this spring graduated valedictorian from Tulane University School of Law in New Orleans.
  • Kuemper to send up to 30 to Honduras in March
    When Kuemper Catholic Faith Coordinator Mike McCarty returned from a mission in Honduras last March he said it literally changed his life. Now McCarty is planning to share that gift with as many as 30 people in the Kuemper family.
  • CHS team takes project to National History Day
    A team of Carroll High School seniors may not have advanced to the finals in National History Day competition June 13-16 in Washington, D.C., but the students’ project did receive an impressive endorsement.
  • Tiger Booster Club sports new faces
    Leon Schoenfeld and James and Jeanette Bender have all watched their children grow up playing sports in Carroll. Now that they have multiple student athletes at Carroll High School in the family they decided it was time to give back.
  • Kicking the first day jitters
    The first day of high school can be a nerve-racking experience for anyone.
  • Kuemper celebrates Bank Iowa Cup win
    It was time to celebrate at Kuemper Catholic High School on Tuesday after the school was awarded $2,000 for winning the Class 2A Bank Iowa Traveling Challenge Cup for the fifth time in seven years.
  • Good Dog
    It’s easy to see why Ivan quickly became teacher’s pet this year in Sara Hamilton’s third-grade class at Adams Elementary School.
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