Are you on Twitter? We’re starting a twitter campaign to show just how much Carroll Values Education. Use the hashtag #CarrollValuesEducation and post how the community is involved in your school. It can be anything from reading to a class to organizing huge fundraisers. We care about our schools. We spend hours and hours there.… Read More »
This county budget process continues this week. There are also two commissioner meetings and an education forum. Monday, March 18, 2013 7:00 p.m. Education Forum with Superintendent Guthrie. North Carroll High School, 1400 Panther Drive, Hampstead, MD21074 Monday, March 18, 2013 7:00 p.m. Town Hall Meeting with Commissioner Howard. South Carroll Senior Center, 5928 Mineral Hill Rd.… Read More »
It started with a tweet from Commissioner Frazier (https://twitter.com/RobinBFrazier1) about the GOP Legislative Breakfast last month: I, of course, was a bit skeptical. The Nations Report Card (http://nationsreportcard.gov/) is the results of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). It is NOT really a report card. It’s data. It is this data that various groups… Read More »
Contact Information: Carroll Values Education Bob Lord – Founder (410) 861-0131 CarrollValuesEducation@gmail.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Carroll County Citizens Launch Carroll Values Education Westminster, MD – March 12, 2013 – Carroll Values Education announced their official launch today. Carroll Values Education promotes quality education for all children in Carroll County public schools. It is a permanent grassroots,… Read More »
This week is the start of the county budget process. It’s very important we have representation at every meeting. Tuesday, March 12, 2013 1:30 p.m.. Board of County Commissioners Open Session. FY14 Budget. County Office Building, Room 311, 225 North Center St., Westminster, MD 21157 Wednesday, March 12, 2013 5:00 p.m. Board of Education meeting.… Read More »
Things are happening here at Carroll Values Education! We had a great success with the Education Forum and we’re looking to expand and grow. Join us by filling out the registration form to learn more about our plans.
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Be courteous and respectful in speaking and letter writing. Be factual, not emotional. Provide specific rather than general information about how the topic effects you and others. The best speeches and letters are courteous, to the point, and include specific supporting examples. Carroll County Public School’s achievements: • With 91% of students scoring proficient or… Read More »