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
If approved in July, Carroll athletes and performers will be required to
sit out a minimum number of games or performances regardless of when
the offense occurred.
Carroll High School has amended its school-day schedule for next year in
an effort to get students more one-on-one time with teachers.
After a joint letter from the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice
was sent to public schools across the country on Friday to ensure
“transgender students enjoy a supportive and nondiscriminatory school
environment,” local officials say President Obama overstepped his
As many as six area schools are in the process of partnering with Iowa
Central Community College to create a Western Iowa Career Academy for
high school students.
He huffed and he puffed, but the Big Bad Wolf (a hairdryer) couldn’t
blow down soon-to-be first-grader Hazel Clausen’s cardboard house.
Greene County Schools is asking for its money back after a bookkeeping
error placed an extra $104,000 in teacher contracts for the 2014-15
Typically bound to a wheelchair, the 100-year-old lady was determined to meet her dance partner on her own two feet.
She couldn’t do it by herself, but that didn’t deter her.
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