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Our Town, Our Health, Our Future

The Carroll County Substance Education Coalition (CCSEC) and their local partners are sponsoring a Town Hall event on Thursday May 8, 2014, at the Carroll County Farm Bureau, 811 S. Clay St. in Mount Carroll. This event will enable parents and children to learn more about the issues that impact Carroll County youth, including underage drinking, substance use, and the role of parents and the community in substance-abuse prevention. Local students and community leaders will answer questions and share their insight about the community problem of alcohol and drug use and what is needed to create a healthy, safe environment for our youth and adults. Data from the Illinois Youth Survey will be shared with attendees. The event is free and a light meal will be provided, which includes pulled pork sandwiches, chips, pasta salad, and dessert. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and dinner starts at 6 p.m. Those in attendance will learn what we are doing as a community to reduce youth substance use/abuse, and they will be provided with resources to help them address these local issues. For more information, please contact Carol Geary, PFS Project Director at 815-244-0063 or email her at ccsec04@gmail.com.


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West Carroll FFA 2013-2014 Officers
FFA Officers
L to R:  Reporter, Christy Ralston; Treasurer, Chloe Carson; President, Dylan Williams; Sentinel, Demi Hess;
Secretary, Tessa Sibley; and Vice President, Clare O'Connor.
L to R:  Treasurer, Christy Ralston; Reporter, Rachel Dykstra; Secretary, Glenn Hoffman;
Vice President, Cameron Ehlers;President, Bailey Durward; and Sentinel, Brianna Kampmeier.


Shopko Foundation Donation

$2,000 was presented to West Carroll Superintendent Craig Mathers by ShopKo as part of their support to local schools to help education.
Our parents made this possible by signing up on "dollar" forms prior to Christmas as our local Hometown ShopKo.
The goal  was 2000 signatures and the West Carroll parents helped make this support possible.
The funds have been distributed to WCHS, WCMS, and WCPS to be used through the activity funds so the money goes back directly to help support resources at the basic student level.
Thank you to the West Carroll community for your outstanding support!!!! 

WCMS Student Council
West Carroll Middle School Student Council held a Penny War during November to raise money for the victims of the tornados in Washington, IL. Students raised over $270 by donating their spare change to this worthwhile cause. Pictured are (L to R): Student Council Member Taylor Murray, Student Council Adviser Mrs. Patti Adleman, and Student Council Member James Sullivan. 


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