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Let them ALL know how you feel!

Completing the following form will send your message to ALL of the commissioners, ALL board of education members and the superintendent. The information collected is used only to send the message.  It will never be shared anywhere else.

Excerpts from the Budget Meeting

According to an article in the Carroll County Times, Commissioner Doug Howard, R-District 5, who served as ex-officio member of the Board of Education for three years, said: “We had an interesting conversation, and Commissioner Weaver thought it would be a good time to have someone else participate [on the Board of Education]. One of… Read More »

Our view

We disagree that wanting to “Fully Fund Education” is a political term. The school system and board of education are not political bodies. Their mission is to educate the children of Carroll County. As we heard at the board budget work session on February 3rd, for years the board of education has not asked for… Read More »

Contact the Board of Education

Completing the following form will send your message to all members of the Carroll County Board of Education and Superintendent Guthrie.  The information collected is used only to send the message.  It will never be shared anywhere else. To: James L. Doolan, President Bob E. Lord, Vice-President Devon M. Rothschild Virginia R. Harrison Jennifer A. Seidel… Read More »

Today’s Board Meeting

We have been asked about what people should expect today. Having attended many board meetings, this is how we expect it to go: There is limited parking at the building at 125 N. Court St. There is a parking lot on the other side of Ralph St. Be careful not to park in reserved spots, but… Read More »

We need more publicly public input!

After weeks of being told there is no timeline for the redistricting/closures, Board President Doolan laid one out yesterday. He said the board would be voting at the October 14th meeting (which is next Wednesday), holding the public hearings over the next four weeks and making the final decision in November. We think this is… Read More »

Commissioner Press Release

Much has been said about the legality of Common Core in Maryland during the last few weeks, culminating in two letters circulating that Delegate Susan Krebs received from the State Attorney General in response to her inquiry about Common Core. While Commissioner Rothschild and Commissioner Frazier have put out a press release regarding AG’s opinion,… Read More »