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District to follow summer schedule

In an effort to conserve energy and reduce costs during the summer months, the Carrollton City School System will implement a four-day work week beginning May 29 through July 21. All schools and system operations centers will be open Monday…

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Ben Scott closed for culvert construction

Starting this week, Ben Scott Boulevard through the Carrollton City Schools campus will be closed for a construction project scheduled during the summer break. The City of Carrollton will be replacing the large culvert at the sharp turn of Ben…

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School board to hold budget hearings

The Carrollton City Schools operating budget for 2017-2018 was tentatively approved by the Carrollton Board of Education on May 9, 2017, and is published herein in conformity with the requirements of the Georgia Department of Education. The school board will…

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FREE summer meals program begins May 30

Beginning May 30, Carrollton City Schools will provide free meals to children while school is out through the “Seamless Summer” program. There is no income or registration requirement and any child age 18 and under may receive a free breakfast…

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Carrollton High School seeks artifacts donations for new building

With construction of the first phase of the replacement Carrollton High School well under way and expected to be completed this spring, attention moves to the interior spaces and Carrollton City Schools needs your help. In the first building alone,…

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CHS graduation rate highest in recent years

Carrollton High School posted a high graduation rate of 91.3 percent, an accomplishment that demonstrates the school’s focus on ensuring all students have the resources – and support – to earn a high school diploma. The CHS graduating class of 2016 awarded…

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Maierhofer: Carrollton City Schools was best choice for our family

The following column by Peter Maierhofer, director of the Carrollton Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department, was published Oct. 9 in the Times-Georgian, a local newspaper,  and is reprinted here with Maierhofer’s permission.  When Mandy and I moved back to Carrollton…

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Water Bill Roundup supports our schools

Those of you who have been in the Carrollton area for quite a while may remember when the City of Carrollton’s Water Department rounded up water bills with proceeds supporting the Carrollton City Schools Education Foundation. Well, It’s back! Here…

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