December 1, 2023

Carrollton Middle School student Liberty Thomaston was nominated by her peers to serve as the Georgia Junior Beta Club President this week.

Liberty leads as State Junior Beta Club President

Carrollton Middle School Beta Club students had a strong showing at the State Junior Beta Convention held in Savannah earlier this week.

Seventh grade student Liberty Thomaston not only achieved the prestigious title of State Beta Club President but also demonstrated exceptional leadership by leading the club to an impressive second place in the club's campaign skit. Liberty's dedication also secured fifth place in the club scrapbook and the service learning showcase. 

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Pictured back row from left are Mr. David Godwin (At Large), Dr. Jason Mount (Ward 3), Mr. Greg Schulenberg (Ward 4), and CCS Superintendent Dr. Mark Albertus. Pictured front row from left are Mrs. Katie Williams (Ward 2), Mr. Gil O’Neal (Ward 1), and Mrs. Melanie McLendon (At Large).

Carrollton BOE named Exemplary

For the eighth consecutive time, the Georgia School Boards Association has recognized the Carrollton Board of Education as an Exemplary Board of Achievement. 

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Redwine named Georgia STEM Scholar

A Carrollton Middle School teacher’s passion for teaching STEM concepts to his young pupils has earned state recognition and the prestigious 2024 Georgia STEM Scholar designation.

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Fifteen CHS students have been named the school-level nominees for the Governor’s Honors Program. Pictured bottom row from left are Malik Raphael, Meira Lee, Hayden Delaney, Audrey Browning, Addison Lloyd, Jake Preston, Marie Fujita-Block, and Joshlin Hill. Pictured top row from left are Luke Zimmer, Madison Swint, Lirun Johnson, Ellie Jane Williamson, Alana Lee, Chris Watts, and George Carden. 

Fifteen CHS students to compete for Governor's Honors

Following an extensive application and interview process, 15 Carrollton High School students have been nominated to compete at the state level for Governor’s Honors, setting a record for the most students selected to compete in the next round. 

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Up & Coming: Caleb Griffin capturing content and joy through the lens

In the Up & Coming series, we reach out to Carrollton High School alumni to learn what they are doing now that they have the advantage of experience, education and self-reflection. This month, we are spotlighting Caleb Griffin, Class of 2010.

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Carrollton Elementary School first grade student Milly Perez Bejarano works on an activity at CES's Family Engagement Night Tuesday.

Launching into Literacy at CES Family Engagement Night

Carrollton Elementary students had an exciting time "launching into literacy" at their Family Engagement Night this week. They enjoyed various classroom activities, connected with teachers and peers, and the event helped encourage one of Carrollton City Schools' top priorities — literacy.

Carrollton City Schools Superintendent Dr. Mark Albertus stopped by Mrs. Crites' fourth grade class to read to students.

Mystery reader for fourth grade students

Ahead of Thanksgiving break, Dr. Mark Albertus stopped by Mrs. Crites' fourth grade class to read to students. He read the book "The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read." Based on the true story of Mary Walker, who learned to read at 116 years old, proving that it is never too late to learn something new!

Jingle Bell Jog to be held VIRTUALLY tomorrow, Dec. 2!

Due to the threat of inclement weather, the Jingle Bell Jog will be held virtually tomorrow. If you registered to participated, click HERE for more information on next steps.