Carroll County’s Board of Education is scheduled to make another decision on virtual and hybrid learning on Monday. Carroll County Public Schools is the public school system for residents of Carroll County, Maryland. Carroll County School System has partnered with Kelly Educational Staffing in the processing and hiring of substitutes for both teachers and paraprofessionals. Executive Session will be at the end of the public meetings. To apply for substitute positions at Carroll County Schools, please contact the local Kelly Education Staffing branch office at (706) 845-7955 or 216F@kellyservices.com . The Carroll County Board of Education voted, 4-1, Monday night to return to hybrid learning on Thursday, frequently citing failing grades in the first quarter as a motivator. And the county health officer is once again advising against it. Special Education; Student Support; Superintendent; Technology; Transportation; Schools. For citizen participation at board meetings, please contact the Carroll County Board of Education at 502-732-7070. Some small groups in programs like … 152 were here. All meetings will be held at the Carroll County Board of Education, J.M. Carroll County Schools wishes to meet the needs of all of its students and families. (WJZ) — Carroll County Public Schools will resume hybrid learning on Thursday. Gammon Board Room, 164 Independence Drive, Carrollton, Ga. … WESTMINSTER, Md. While Carroll County Public Schools' hybrid learning plan is still set to begin Oct. 19, it will do so only at the elementary and middle school levels after the Board of Education … The May and December public board meetings will be on the second Thursday of the month. If any member of your family needs assistance or has any questions regarding mobility impaired issues or handicapped access, please contact the principal of your local school. Carroll County Public Schools suspended hybrid learning for all grade levels during the previous school board meeting. The Baldwin County Board of Education’s websites will be maintained in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (“Section 504”) and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“Title II”).