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.
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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!
|‹ August 2020 ›|
First Day for Students
Labor Day - NO SCHOOL
1/2 Day Students (AM) 11:45 Dismissal
Points of Pride
CHS Teacher Named to Holocaust Education Advisory Group
Ms. Amy Hammer, Caro High teacher, was named to the Teacher Advisory Group of Holocaust Education in Michigan - in conjunction with the Holocaust Memorial Center.
The group's objectives are:
1. Work with the Holocaust Memorial Center to brainstorm and recommend new educational programs and resources that teachers need or want.
2. Evaluate current and proposed Holocaust Memorial Center educational programming to ensure it meets the teacher, school and/or district curricular goals and standards.
3. Work with the Holocaust Memorial Center to develop new classroom instructional resources for teaching the Holocaust.
4. Advocate for Holocaust Memorial Center educational programming and resources.
Ms. Hammer also teaches an elective Social Studies course called History of the Holocaust at CHS.
Caro Community Schools staff would like to congratulate the graduating Class of 2020!
Congratulations Graduates. You’ve worked hard to achieve your goals and now you’re on your way to seek new vistas, dream new dreams, embark on who you are, embrace life with passion and keep reaching for YOUR star. You got this!
Hang in there K-11 students.
We are here for you! School is important and so is your health. Take care of yourselves and each other (at a safe distance of course). And, no matter what happens this summer, be proud of yourself, your toughness, and your ability to adapt to extreme circumstances. We are proud of each and every one of you and look forward to seeing your smiles soon.