Caroline County Public Schools is holding an art show 3/23/2017 from 5:00-8:00 pm at Caroline High School. This event is free and open to the public. Come out and see all of the talented students k-12 in Caroline County! There will be art work and performances from our schools! Hope to see you there!
The YMCA is in need of two teachers(half days) and one para(full day). Please call Elizabeth Taylor at 540-775-9622 ext. 3017 or email her at ETaylor@family-ymca.org if you are interested.
The Festival of Feet is a 5k walk/run and Kids Run (1 mile) in the beautiful town of Bowling Green, Virginia. The funds raised will go towards the Bowling Green playground and The Virginia State Police Association Emergency Relief Fund in memory of First Sergeant Mark Haygood.
T-shirts are available as an add on for $10
Strollers welcome during 5k race. Please no pets.
Packet Pick-up: Friday, April 28th 4-6 pm in Bowling Green Playground Pavilion, Saturday, April 29th 6:30- 7:45 am in the Playground Pavilion. Please visit the link below for more information.
We are pleased to announce that the 2017-2018 instructional calendar was adopted by the School Board on Monday evening. Options A and C were presented to the Board for second review. The Board approved Option C and thanked the Calendar Committee for garnering stakeholder input from various Superintendent Advisory Committees, community and employee survey data, and school board member feedback.
View: 2017-2018 Instructional Calendar (PDF)
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The Lowdown on Your Dollars was developed to provide taxpayers, parents, and school staff with relevant information regarding the funding of public education in Caroline County.
The proposed budget for 2017-2018 for Caroline County Public Schools is $46,838,037, an increase of $2,469,009 over the budget for 2016-2017.
This is an increase of 5%. The request for $2,469,009 consists of an increase in State funds of $546,343 and a requested increase from the County in the amount of $1,923,666.
The increase is needed to fund mandatory increases in VRS and health insurance ($650,000), increases in salaries, wages and taxes ($1,166,009), investments in instructional resources and additional positions ($400,000). The balance of $253,000 will be spent in various other areas such as school safety, maintenance, technology, activities, athletics, and administration.