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October Board of Education Meeting Announced

The Caroline County Board of Education will hold their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at 204 Franklin Street, Denton, Maryland in the Board Room. The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. A portion of the meeting will be closed to discuss matters related to personnel, pending litigation, and/or collective bargaining negotiations pursuant to state government article 10-508 (a) (1), (8) and (9).

Going Purple Football Games Scheduled

Colonel Richardson High School and North Caroline High School will be holding  "going purple" football games in support of National Recovery Month. Please show your support by wearing purple at the following football games:

Colonel Richardson High School vs. Cambridge South-Dorchester on Friday, September 22 @ CRHS. Game time: 6:00 p.m.

North Caroline High School vs. Stephen Decatur on Friday, September 29 @ NCHS. Game time: 6:30 p.m.

School Starts September 5.. Please Drive Safely

Motorists Reminded Of School Bus Safety Laws As Students Head Back To Class

 With some students already  heading back to school, and the majority returning after Labor Day, Maryland State Police are stressing bus safety for motorists. State troopers across Maryland will be joining their local law enforcement partners in special school bus enforcement patrols during the start of this school year.

September Board of Education Meeting Announced

The Caroline County Board of Education will hold their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, September 5 at 204 Franklin Street, Denton, Maryland in the Board Room. The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. A portion of the meeting will be closed to discuss matters related to personnel, pending litigation, and/or collective bargaining negotiations pursuant to state government article 10-508 (a) (1), (8) and (9).

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Patricia Saelens Welcome to the New School Year

Welcome to the start of the 2018 school year.  This time of year is always very exciting for staff, students and family alike.  Our staff has worked diligently to ensure schools are equipped to kick off another fantastic school year.  They are ready to continue our charge to work collaboratively with Caroline County stakeholders to engage students in high quality instruction equipping them with college and career skills such as critical thinking, adaptability, and perseverance.

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