Welcome to Caro Community Schools
We cultivate academic excellence in an environment that fosters physical, social, and emotional growth which empowers students to become responsible citizens in our community and in an ever-changing world.
Young Americans Coming to Caro Community Schools
Young Americans will be here soon. Be sure to take advantage of this great opportunity and be part of the three day workshop, February 16, 17, and 18. You can register with Mrs. Kosters, or go online to the Young American website. There are scholarships available for the workshop, which means you could go FREE, on a first come, first serve basis. See Mrs. Kosters for details.
Performance will be February 18, 2020 in the High School gym at 7:00 PM. Admission is $10 for Adults, $8 students. Join us for an evening of high energy entertainment.
Help keep our schools safe
By reporting dangerous or suspicious activity, you can help us keep our schools safe. If you have information regarding a recent event or a potentially threatening situation regarding school safety, please call: 1-989-672-0679.
Be sure to include the name of the school, names of the individuals involved, and any other information that might help us address the issue. Information will be kept confidential with the exception of law enforcement. Thank you for helping keep our schools safe!
|‹ January 2020 ›|
Points of Pride
WWII Veteran receives CHS Diploma
Monday, January 13, 2020 was a special night for 94-year-old World War II Veteran Gerald Johnston of Caro. Mr. Johnston left high school to serve our country and was unable to finish his high school education. The Caro Community Schools Board of Education honored Mr. Johnston at their meeting when he was awarded his Caro High School diploma.
“I’m so happy that I could almost scream.”
“I’m going to show it to everybody I can,” Johnston said. “Put it right around my neck.
Jodi Smale Named January Employee of The Month
Jodi is a key component to the smooth operation of the Middle School office. Her dedication to the success of the students and her coworkers is what makes her so invaluable. Jodi is quick to take on extra tasks and complete them in a timely and detailed manner. She manages all of the M.S. Special Education paperwork and documentation, she packs 38 backpacks with food for our less fortunate students weekly (sometimes twice a week) and distributes them to all of our schools. Jodi also arranges for substitutes when necessary. Thank you, Jodi, for being so committed to our school community.