The Times caught up with Diane Giannaccini, who recently completed Wilson training, which will allow her to train other colleagues in a method that's been shown to better help dyslexic students with reading.
C.A.P.S. stands for Celebrating All Persevering Students. It’s a nonprofit organization as well as a touring performance that is a mix of high-energy songs and motivational messages headlined by performer C.J. Luckey.
As the Kirwan Commission buckles down on education funding formulas, the statewide teachers union hosted a forum in Carroll County encouraging the community to contact their elected officials in support of more money for Maryland schools.
The possibility of putting a replacement for East Middle School on the campus of Friendship Valley Elementary School has been reduced to near-zero after the Board of Education learned construction there would have to be delayed several years.
After a Thursday vote by the Interagency Commission on School Construction, Carroll County is off the chopping block for a proposal that could have cut a significant percentage of the state’s share of school construction funding.
Principal Sharon Lilly directed traffic making sure sixth, seventh and eight graders all went to the right place.“We love the first day. All of the kids are excited and happy to be at school, at least for one day,” she said.
As Carroll County Public Schools (CCPS) prepares for a new year, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office told the Carroll Board of County Commissioners Thursday, Aug. 29 that they Student Resource officer Program is in compliance with state standards and “going forward at full steam.”
Search to learn how area schools performed in the PARCC tests, which were first conceived as a way to allow student achievement scores to be compared across the nation. The test is being replaced with a much shorter version partly written by Maryland teachers that is intended to be just as difficult.
Michael Campanile and Michael Schweinsberg, teachers from Carroll County Career and Technology Center, are among 50 from across the country who were named semifinalists for the 2019 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence.