CCHS earns the spotlight for designation


Allen Worrell/The Carroll News Carroll County School Board Chairman Brian Spencer (far left) and Carroll County Superintendent Dr. Shirley Perry (far right) present the October Spotlight Moment to Carroll County High School on Oct. 11 during the Carroll County School Board’s monthly meeting. CCHS earned the moment after being named one of the top colleges and high schools of 2017 by Virginia Living State of Education. CCHS Administrators are from left: assistant principal Kristen Quesenberry, principal Chuck Thompson, assistant principal Rusty Warren and assistant principal Roland Hall.


Carroll County School Board Chairman Brian Spencer (far left) and Carroll County Superintendent Dr. Shirley Perry (far right) present the October Spotlight Moment to Carroll County High School on Oct. 11 during the Carroll County School Board’s monthly meeting. CCHS earned the moment after being named one of the top colleges and high schools of 2017 by Virginia Living State of Education. CCHS Administrators are from left: assistant principal Kristen Quesenberry, principal Chuck Thompson, assistant principal Rusty Warren and assistant principal Roland Hall.

Allen Worrell/The Carroll News Carroll County School Board Chairman Brian Spencer (far left) and Carroll County Superintendent Dr. Shirley Perry (far right) present the October Spotlight Moment to Carroll County High School on Oct. 11 during the Carroll County School Board’s monthly meeting. CCHS earned the moment after being named one of the top colleges and high schools of 2017 by Virginia Living State of Education. CCHS Administrators are from left: assistant principal Kristen Quesenberry, principal Chuck Thompson, assistant principal Rusty Warren and assistant principal Roland Hall.
http://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_CCHS.jpgAllen Worrell/The Carroll News Carroll County School Board Chairman Brian Spencer (far left) and Carroll County Superintendent Dr. Shirley Perry (far right) present the October Spotlight Moment to Carroll County High School on Oct. 11 during the Carroll County School Board’s monthly meeting. CCHS earned the moment after being named one of the top colleges and high schools of 2017 by Virginia Living State of Education. CCHS Administrators are from left: assistant principal Kristen Quesenberry, principal Chuck Thompson, assistant principal Rusty Warren and assistant principal Roland Hall.
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