The Carroll City Softball Association recently awarded a $200 scholarship to three graduates each from Kuemper Catholic and Carroll high schools.
The Carroll Education Association will host a soup supper from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17, at Carroll High School to raise funds for the scholarships awarded each year by the CEA.
A vandal damaged the wireless card readers at Carroll Middle School and filled keyholes with epoxy in an apparent attempt to prevent the school from opening Monday.
The card readers that allow Carroll Community School District faculty members to enter the school’s secured doors using an identification key were vandalized Sunday night at Carroll Middle School.
When Randi Boell recently accompanied her daughter Maia on an eighth-grade trip to Washington, D.C., and New York City, it was her first time on the trip — she hadn’t been able to afford it as an eighth-grader herself.
Kuemper Catholic High School junior Kenna Soppe received first place in the local American Legion Oratorical Contest and advances to district competition.
A group of Kuemper Catholic School eighth-grade girls recently demonstrated that they’ve paid attention to more than just their classroom studies. They’ve been learning important life lessons from their teachers as well.
Students in Trish Tigges’ first-grade class at Kuemper Catholic School left sweet holiday keepsakes following their recent visit to Regency Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
Students at Kuemper Catholic School St. Lawrence Center recently gobbled up bargains on treats and at the same time boosted fundraising for hunger relief in a highly impoverished Central America nation.
The cost to insure the Carroll Community school district’s laptop computers and heating-and-cooling systems will increase 22 percent under a new agreement the school board approved Monday.
In order to learn a little more about agriculture, Kuemper Catholic preschool students recently spent time doing a little more than just carving pumpkins but discovering what’s really inside the giant vegetable.
A vague bomb threat on social media against Carroll High School prompted school officials and police officers to canvass the building Wednesday morning.
Rich and Jeannine Muhlbauer and Jerry and Maureen Rupiper have been guests at many Grandparents Days in Kuemper Catholic School attendance centers over the years; nevertheless, they’re special events every time.
The Denison Community School District will create a cultural advisory committee and its entire staff will get “diversity and cultural training” in response to a teacher’s utterance of a racial slur in class last week.
DENISON: About 200 Denison Community High School students walked out of class Tuesday to protest a teacher’s use of a racial slur and demand remedies to what many pupils of different races say is systemic prejudice in one of Iowa’s growing and most ethnically diverse rural cities.
Approximately 375 Kuemper Catholic High School students comprising 64 groups raked lawns, washed windows, moved furniture, cleaned garages and did more on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 5, as a way of thanking the community for its support of the Kuemper system.
In order to reduce teacher-salary costs, the Carroll Community School Board will offer up to $20,000 each to about six longtime employees seeking early retirement by the start of next school year.
When Sister Marie Hesed and Sister Anne Marie Walsh walked into the classroom, students sprang up, poised and ready to ask the abundance of questions they’d eagerly prepared.
On a mission to sign up as many donors as possible, the Carroll High School Student Senate members succeeded in their goal of recruiting 100 prospective donors for the school’s annual fall drive for LiveServe Blood Center.
Students recently spent two days learning about the importance of the buddy system, being aware of their surroundings — and, if it comes down to it, how they can defend themselves from attackers during Kuemper Catholic’s self-defense training class.
Kuemper Catholic Schools paid less this football season to rent the public school district’s stadium than the district did last year despite a recent school board vote that eliminated a 50-percent discount Kuemper previously had received.
Following are results of city and school board elections in Carroll County and surrounding counties. Results are unofficial until they are canvassed by county board of supervisors. Write-in votes in some cities still are being tallied.
Two Carroll Community school board incumbents who sought re-election on Tuesday were defeated by board newcomers, one of whom is the parent of parochial school children.
Onica Ulveling and Cindy Johnson are the newest members of the Carroll Community School Board, winning spots along with incumbent Karen Friedlein.
Members of the Carroll Tiger Booster Club were quick to question Carroll Community School Board candidate and Kuemper Catholic parent Onica Ulveling about her intentions and reasons for running for a spot on the Carroll School Board during the club’s meeting Wednesday night, during which a s…
Four juniors from Carroll High School, including one who’s also a student at All Strings Attached Orchestra Studio in Carroll, have attained the highest individual honor available to Iowa high school musicians by being selected members of 2019 All-State groups.
For a bit more than “one night, and one night only” — three, to be exact — Donna and the Dynamos and the other beloved characters of “Mamma Mia!” will take to the stage in Carroll, brought to life by the students at Carroll High School.
For Robin Hood, robbing from the rich to give to the poor may have been serious business. However, Kuemper Catholic High School students will be giving the tales of the Sherwood Forest hero a comedic twist when they present “Robin Hood and His Merry Men” on Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 7-…
Jon Sampson, who is seeking re-election next month to his Carroll Community School District Board of Education seat, defended his handling of the school district’s new stadium — both in its branding with Carroll Tiger logos and colors and the increased fees the district charges Kuemper Catho…
Carroll Community School District leaders settled a lawsuit with a woman who fell and broke her ankle outside of Adams Elementary School in 2016 during their meeting Monday night.
Carroll Community school leaders are set to settle a lawsuit with a former social worker who fell near the entrance of Adams Elementary School in 2016 and broke her ankle.
Getting the nearly 200 high-school students in the Diocesan Catholic Choral Festival on Wednesday, Oct. 9, to pour their hearts into their singing didn’t take much prodding.