News & Announcements

  • Bus Quarantine

    All students on bus number 13-03 (Driver: Sybil McChriston) and bus number 17-01 (Driver: Patsy Watson) are quarantined. These two buses will not be running the route tomorrow, Friday, December 4, 2020. Thank you.

    Carroll County School District
  • Distance Learning for All Students Starting Monday, Dec. 7, 2020

    Beginning Monday, December 7th, all Carroll County School District students will return to distance learning until December 18th due to the increase in Covid cases. Students will return to campus on January 5th. Only faculty and staff will report to the school buildings for the next two weeks. We will still be in school tomorrow and Friday. If your child is sick, please don’t send them to school. Chromebooks are being prepared to send out this week and next week. A form will be sent home tomorrow to be signed accepting responsibility for the Chromebooks. If signed by the parent and returned with the child on Friday, a Chromebook will be sent home with your child Friday. If your child is not at school Friday, you will be able to come to school next week to sign and receive their Chromebook. Packets will still be available if needed. Instructions and videos to login to the Chromebooks and programs will be placed on the website and on Facebook by Monday. If you have any technology questions, please send an email to parentinfo@ccsd.ms or call the technology department at 662-237-6753. Meals will be delivered to the following drop off points: JZ George, Teoc, Blackhawk, and Vaiden on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday starting Monday, Dec. 7th and ending the 18th. The times will be posted on the website and Facebook. Nine weeks tests will be postponed until January. If you have any further questions, please call your school principal. Thank you.

    Carroll County School District
  • Return to school tomorrow

    Reminder: All students that are traditional and signed up to return to school will return tomorrow, Nov. 11, 2020. Please bring your distance learning packets back with you. Distance learning students will return packets Friday at 2:30 pm as scheduled. Starting tomorrow, school will dismiss at 3 pm on Monday-Thursdays and dismiss at 1:30 pm every Friday. Please contact the school principal if you have any questions. Thank you.

    Carroll County School District
  • 1st Nine Weeks Report Cards

    First nine weeks report cards will be sent home Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, with Traditional students in their backpacks. Distance learning students are to come to school Friday, Oct. 23, from 8-2 p.m. to pick up their report cards from the office. Thank you.

    Carroll County School District
  • Deadline for transitioning from Distance Learner to Traditional Learner

    The deadline for parents who want to change their students from Distance Learners to Traditional Learners at school is Friday, October 16, 2020 at 3:15 p.m. Please complete and return the forms that were included in your last packet. Please follow the instructions on the form. Thanks.

    Carroll County School District
  • Nine Weeks Test Schedule

    Please see the Nine Week Test Schedule for Traditional and Distance Learning Students below. Please contact the school if you have any questions. Thanks.

    Carroll County School District
  • Updated District Calendar

    Please review the updated district calendar below on this page. Thanks.

    Carroll County School District
  • Attendance

    MDE Releases Compulsory School Attendance Law Reminder

    JACKSON, Miss. – As the new school year begins, the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) Office of Compulsory School Attendance Enforcement would like to remind parents about the law governing school attendance and about the deadline for notifying school districts of home school decisions.

     

    The compulsory school attendance law requires a parent, legal guardian or custodian who has legal control or charge of a child age 6 to 17 to enroll him or her in an education program (public, private or home school). Based on the compulsory school attendance law, a compulsory-school-age child means a child who has reached the age of 6 years on or before September 1 of the calendar year and who has not reached the age of 17 years on or before September 1 of the calendar year. The law also includes any child who will be age 5 on or before September 1 and has enrolled in a full-day public school kindergarten program.

    Parents interested in providing educational services to their child/children at home are required to complete a certificate of enrollment, which includes a simple description of the educational services. The certificate of enrollment must be submitted to the school attendance officer by September 15 of each year the child home schools. This is in accordance with the compulsory school attendance law. Parents should keep a copy of the enrollment form for their records.

     

    For additional information, please contact the local school district or the school attendance officer in your county. Families may also visit https://mdek12.org/OCSA .

    Carroll County School District
  • Job openings

    Immediate opening for a bus driver

    Substitute bus drivers

     

    Carroll County School District
  • Distance Learning Testing and Packet Schedule

    The new Distance Learning Testing and Packet Schedule has been posted below. Please read carefully.

    Carroll County School District
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School Closure for Covid -Students Return to Distance Learning

Beginning Monday, December 7th, all Carroll County School District students will return to distance learning until December 18th due to the increase in Covid cases. Students will return to campus on January 5th. Only faculty and staff will report to the school buildings for the next two weeks. We will still be in school tomorrow and Friday. If your child is sick, please don’t send them to school. Chromebooks are being prepared to send out this week and next week. A form will be sent home tomorrow to be signed accepting responsibility for the Chromebooks. If signed by the parent and returned with the child on Friday, a Chromebook will be sent home with your child Friday. If your child is not at school Friday, you will be able to come to school next week to sign and receive their Chromebook. Packets will still be available if needed. Instructions and videos to login to the Chromebooks and programs will be placed on the website and on Facebook by Monday. If you have any technology questions, please send an email to parentinfo@ccsd.ms or call the technology department at 662-237-6753. Meals will be delivered to the following drop off points: JZ George, Teoc, Blackhawk, and Vaiden on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday starting Monday, Dec. 7th and ending the 18th. The times will be posted on the website and Facebook. Nine weeks tests will be postponed until January. If you have any further questions, please call your school principal. Thank you.

Breakfast/Lunch Drop Off Spots During School Closure for Distance Learning

Breakfast/ Lunch Delivery

Meals for students will be delivered by bus to the following locations and times on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday starting Dec. 7th and ending Dec. 18th:

Bus 1

K & M Store- 11:00 - 1:00

Bus 2
Vaiden Gym- 11:00 - 12:30
Loop through Stonegate Apts. 12:30-1:00

Bus 3
Blue Store/Teoc- 11:00 - 1:00 p.m.

Meals will also be passed out behind JZ George near the cafeteria from 11:00-1:00.

Distance Learning Testing and Packet Schedule

The following document is the Carroll County School District Distance Learning Testing and Packet Schedule. Please read carefully for the dates that distant learning students need to return to school to test and pick up/drop off packets. Contact the school principal if you have any questions or email us at parentinfo@ccsd.ms. Thank you.

 Distance Learning Testing and Packet Pick Up Schedule.doc 

CARROLL COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 2020 REOPENING PLAN

The following link is the Carroll County School District 2020 Reopening Plan. Please read the plan carefully, write down any questions you may have, and call building administrators next week if needed. Please understand we are following MDE recommendations, CDC guidelines, and recommendations from US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos who highly recommends a traditional start to school. The plan may be updated daily, weekly, or monthly as recommendations are made to the school district by MDE and the CDC. All plans are school board approved. To complete the digital learning survey, please complete the survey in the box below.

 Reopening Plan-Updated 11-5-20.pdf 

2020 Breakfast and Lunch Update

We are pleased to inform you that CARROLL COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT  will be implementing a new option available to schools participating in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs called the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for School Year 2020-2021.

What does this mean for you and your children attending the school(s) identified above? Great news for you and your students!  All enrolled students of  CARROLL COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT are eligible to receive a healthy breakfast and lunch at school at no charge to your household each day of the 2020-2021 school year. No further action is required of you. Your child(ren) will be able to participate in these meal programs without having to pay a fee or submit an application. If we can be of any further assistance, please contact Sherri Blaine at 662-237-4444 ext. 5.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Superintendent's Message

Welcome to the Carroll County School District where it is our vision that all of our students leave our schools prepared to be successful at the next level!  We are a school district striving to improve and offer our students more opportunities through academics, athletics, and extra-curricular activities.  We are currently working toward a one to one computer ratio in our district.  We are nowhere near our potential and we will work relentlessly until our potential is achieved. Once we reach our potential then we work to go above and beyond. The job market of the future will be highly competitive, and we must all work together to insure the students of Carroll County will be competitive in this market.  Our district consists of Marshall Elementary School, which houses our Kindergarten through 5th grade. We also began a partnership in our building with Head Start. This allows us to also host a 3- and a 4-year-old PreK class at Marshall Elementary.  JZ George is our middle school and high school. It houses the 6th grade through the 12th grade. Both of our schools are conveniently located in North Carrollton, MS and are less than a mile apart. We also have a central office, a special services office, and a technology building to support the students and citizens of Carroll County.  It is our goal to constantly and persistently work to improve our schools to better serve our students and ensure their future success. 

Mission

The Carroll County School Board, administrators, teachers, support staff, students, parents, and community are devoted to academic excellence and the cultivation of individual strengths and talents in a supportive environment where individual differences and respect for the rights of others guide school and community behavior.

Section 504 Contacts

Marshall Elementary School
Ms. Tate, Principal
P.O. Box 130
North Carrollton, MS 38947
Phone: (662) 237- 6840


J. Z. George High School
Ms. Green, Principal
Mr. Moncrief, Assistant Principal
P.O. Box 398
North Carrollton, MS 38947
Phone: (662) 237- 4701

NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT

The Carroll County School District is in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1962, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of l973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act or other state or federal guidelines applicable to equal opportunity employment. The Carroll County

School District's policy assures that no one shall, on the grounds of race, color, age, religion, disability, national origin, or sex be subjected to discrimination in education or employment practices. We are committed to having the finest facilities available for our students. The following is the contact information for all Carroll County Schools.

Title IX Coordinator

Mrs. Sara Johnson

(662) 237-4444 Ext. 3  sjohnson@ccsd.ms