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.
Carroll Middle School students donated nearly $470 and several boxes of toys last week to Hailey’s Toys for Healing, a program at St. Anthony Regional Hospital that benefits child patients and is named for a 10-year-old Carroll girl who died last year from a rare lung disorder.
As technology continues to advance and tech-based jobs spread, Karen Friedlein wants to ensure students in Carroll are ready to meet the changing demands both in school and after they are out of the classroom.
To ensure every student has access to basic bathroom products such as shampoo, deodorant, mouthwash and more, the Carroll Lions Club put together and donated hygiene kits to local schools.
After graduating from college, Brianne Hogenson went on to teach in Muscatine before moving to Council Bluffs, where she was able to experience teaching in a bigger school district and city.
Carroll Community school leaders decided this week to end a 50-percent discount that Kuemper Catholic schools had received to rent the new athletic stadium, which has drawn the ire of Kuemper parents who pay property taxes to the public school district and who helped pass crucial votes to bu…