Caroline County Public Schools "Reaching New Heights Together" | Caroline County, Virginia Fri, 06 May 2016 20:12:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 The Amazing Journey Wed, 04 May 2016 20:32:43 +0000 […]]]> The Amazing Journey is a three-mile walk event with ten sponsored challenges along the way. The course is designed to be fun and educational with something for everyone in the family! A variety of food, beverage, and craft vendors will be on site along with LIVE music and exceptional prizes to be awarded throughout the event!

9 AM – 5 PM

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Caroline County Schools Senior Staff Recognize Teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week Wed, 04 May 2016 17:18:44 +0000 […]]]> The Senior Staff made flower pots filled with Russell Stover Candy with a flower that said “Thanks for Helping Young Mind’s Grow”.
Each pot was delivered to each school for the teachers to enjoy.


Recognition Banquet Thu, 28 Apr 2016 20:24:22 +0000 […]]]> Congratulations to Caroline County Public Schools:
Teacher of the Year – Sheri Martin
Novice Teacher of the Year – Jessica Pittman
Support Staff of the Year – Nurse Jennifer Pettigrew

Also at the banquet, retirees were recognized for their years of service and received a watch. Dinner was provided by Chef Jazz and his culinary students from CHS.


Special School Board Meeting Thu, 21 Apr 2016 18:06:03 +0000 There will be a special meeting of the Caroline County School Board Thursday, April 21, 2016, at 4:30 p.m. at Caroline Middle School in the seventh grade multipurpose room.

Former CAV Earns Big South Pitcher of the Week Honor Tue, 19 Apr 2016 14:37:48 +0000 […]]]> CHARLOTTE, N.C. – excerpt, Radford Athletics – Following a nearly flawless performance in three complete-game victories, Radford junior Abby Morrow has been named Big South Conference co-Pitcher of the Week, the league announced on Monday.

Morrow went 3-0 with a 0.33 ERA and two shutouts in her three starts last week, allowing just one run and nine hits over 21 innings. She had 12 strikeouts with just one walk, which ended a 42-inning streak without issuing a free pass. In her first two outings of the week, she recorded back-to-back two-hitters against Hampton and Presbyterian.

The lone run scored against Morrow came in the fourth inning Sunday versus the Blue Hose and was the first earned run Morrow had allowed in more than 35 innings of work. In her last six appearances, the righthander from Ruther Glen, Va., has a 6-0 record and a miniscule 0.18 ERA, helping key the Highlanders’ nine-game winning streak. In four of her last five starts during the span, she limited opponents to three hits or fewer.

For the season, Morrow is the conference’s leader with 17 victories and six shutouts, while standing second with a 1.90 ERA, and closing in on Longwood’s Elizabeth McCarthy, who is at 1.78. McCarthy, who shares this week’s conference pitching honor, allowed five runs, including three earned, in three combined wins over Virginia Tech and Gardner-Webb last week.

The weekly honor is the second of Morrow’s career. She also claimed the award after the third week last year, prior to suffering her season-ending injury.

Morrow and the rest of the Highlanders (29-15) are back in action on Wednesday night as they host a rematch with Virginia Tech at 7 p.m.


Caroline Meet in the Middle Fri, 15 Apr 2016 14:56:59 +0000 20160415_095553

2016 Parent/Guardian Satisfaction Survey Mon, 04 Apr 2016 18:00:16 +0000 […]]]> Caroline County Public Schools is conducting a Parent Satisfaction Survey. The information and data gathered from this survey will be analyzed and used as a tool for improvement and strategic planning. Your input is an important part of this process. If you have children in more than one school, a survey for each school should be completed. The survey is available in online and paper formats. Please complete the survey in only one of the formats. If you have internet access, you are encouraged to complete the survey online at 2016 Parent/Guardian Satisfaction Survey. Paper copies may be picked up or requested from your child’s school. Surveys should be completed and/or returned to your child’s school by April 15, 2016.

LCES BETA Club Happenings Mon, 04 Apr 2016 17:11:55 +0000 […]]]> image-500x500

The LCES 5th Grade BETA Club held it’s annual Egg Hunt for Head Start, Pre-K, and Kindergarten students.
The BETA Club members have worked very hard this year fund raising more than $1,000 and the year is not over yet! All monies will be donated to a variety of worthy causes including the refurbishing of the Joyce Fleenor Memorial Garden area. Great kids doing great work under the guidance of the club’s sponsors, Mr. Sparico and Mrs. Zirkle.

Caroline County Assistant Superintendent Rebecca Broaddus To Retire Thu, 24 Mar 2016 17:45:16 +0000 […]]]> Superintendent George Parker has announced the retirement of Dr. Rebecca Broaddus as Assistant Superintendent of Caroline County Public Schools and as Clerk of the Caroline County School Board effective June 30, 2016.

“Dr. Broaddus has served this school system well for 39 years and we owe much of Caroline County’s success to her valuable contributions and her steadfast commitment to the children of this community,” said Superintendent Parker. “We will miss her very much, but wish her well as she begins a new chapter.”

“Dr. Broaddus dedicated most of her life to education, all in Caroline County,” said School Board Chairman George Spaulding. “While she was in the Central Office, she wore many hats and did a great job with all of them. She was very loyal to our school system. While her announcement was quite a surprise to the Board, we wish her all the best in her retirement and know we can always call on her.”

Caroline County Public Schools previous Superintendent, Dr. Gregory Killough commented, “When you bring up the name Dr. Rebecca Broaddus, you bring up the perfect representation of Caroline County. She is a classy, professional and dedicated lady. She is an individual who loves her community, the children in her community and she personifies a gracious spirit. You know your life has been touched in a very special way when you work with Dr. Broaddus.”

Dr. Broaddus began her teaching career at Caroline Middle School in August of 1977 where she taught for 15 years. She served as assistant principal at Caroline Middle School for 4 years before being appointed as principal of Bowling Green Primary where she remained for 2 years. She served as the the Director of Special Programs for 10 years. Dr. Broaddus was appointed Assistant Superintendent of Caroline County Public Schools in 2008.

Additionally, Dr. Broaddus served as acting Superintendent during the spring of 2015 while the School Board completed a search for a new superintendent. During that time, she oversaw the budget process and negotiated with the Board of Supervisors on the FY 2016 budget.

During her tenure, Dr. Broaddus had many significant accomplishments that moved Caroline County Public Schools forward, including the revamping of the teacher mentoring process and handbook, and the development of and training for the teacher performance evaluation system currently in use. She also oversaw the development and implementation of the school division’s strategic plan as well as the school division’s instructional program. Dr. Broaddus was instrumental in the planning and opening of the new Lewis and Clark Elementary School.

Dr. Broaddus will be honored for her contributions and service to the school division at the upcoming employee retirement ceremony on April 28, 2016.

For more information, please contact Debra Holt, Director of Human Resources, at (804) 633-5088.

Caroline Middle School BETA Tue, 22 Mar 2016 17:58:36 +0000 […]]]> Caroline Middle School BETA was honored for their dedication and commitment to academic excellence for 2015-2016. Caroline Middle School received this prestigious honor as our Beta Chapter includes all eligible grade levels on our school’s campus.
National Beta School of Merit recipients will be publicized at the 2016 National Beta Convention.

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