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.
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.
The first day of high school can be a nerve-racking experience for anyone.
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.
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.
Every cow eyeball is different. But the one Dr. Thomas Parrish, an optometrist with Carroll Eye Associates, dissected for Kuemper Catholic School middle-schoolers earlier this week was pretty cooperative.
Students returning the Kuemper Catholic Schools this fall will have a slightly different look while class is in session.
A visit by the Iowa State University solar car team and Iowa Lt. Gov.
Kim Reynolds to Glidden-Ralston School last Friday afternoon drove home
messages on renewable energy and STEM education.
Kids today are great at communicating with computers, smartphones and almost any other electronic gadget placed in front of them.
Before the 107 seniors walk across stage and receive their diplomas in
Carroll High School’s commencement ceremony this Sunday, they stepped
back in time. For many of them they retraced their full educational
journey from kindergarten to high school.
Carroll High School students received 34 competition medals and 22
competition trophies in the Iowa Industrial Technology Exposition held
at Southeast Polk High School on Friday, May 13.
Technology integrationalist Kelli Schulz expected a few interested
Carroll Middle School students to show up before school after she told
them they were welcome to come work with the robot kits she received as
part of a grant from the Governor’s STEM Initiative, but when 40 kids
showed up it was a bit shocking.
From Maine, the Pine Tree State, to Hawaii, the Aloha State, and from
Florida, the Sunshine State, to Alaska, the Last Frontier, America was
showcased last Friday afternoon.
IKM-Manning students received an inside look at biorefining last week —
learning not only how corn is processed into ethanol but also what it
means for Carroll County.
From finding a way to raise money toward aquatic center passes for
underprivileged Carroll youth to inventing methods to combat racism and
homophobia, 15 teams of Carroll High School English 10 students put
their ideas into real-world action this spring to try to make a
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