WHAT IS “SECAC”? AND WHAT CAN IT DO FOR ME?
The Caroline County Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee (SECAC) is a partnership between families, community leaders, advocates, educators and administrators ...
Learn more - Caroline County Bulletin and MD State Department Bulletin
Teen Safety Scholarship
to address the consequences of cyber bullying. The first prize is $2000, 2nd prize is $1000, and 3rd prize is $500.
#PrepareForPARCC Weekly Rundown
MSDE is launching an intensive, month-long campaign to help parents #PrepareForPARCC.
Preventing the Spread of Influenza
Download the letter from Jennifer Yost, Coordinator of Health Services
Caroline County Farm To School video How Caroline County, Maryland is incorporating local products into the schools for Farm to School week.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)- Information for Parents and Student Athletes
Visit "The Great Griff- What's going on at Colonel Richardson"
(By students, for students: keeping the school community informed and engaged)
Top 5 Things You Need to Know about Testing in High School
Your Child and the Common Core State Standards
by Dr. Lillian M. Lowery, Ed.D., State Superintendent of Schools
STATE POLICE INTERNET CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN TASK FORCE INVESTIGATE INCIDENTS OF CHILD EXPLOITATION ON SOCIAL NETWORKS- Read the complete Press Release
CRHS Online Store is now open
The new Maryland Common Core State Curriculum is highlighted in the Maryland Classroom newsletter. Click here to download pdf
Parent's Guide: Maryland's Plan for PreK-12 Education. Includes Maryland's Race to the Top program and Common Core State Standards; state testing and reporting processes; programs available to support student achievement; ways parents can be involved in their child's education; help for children with disabilities and special needs; and programs to help parents plan for their child's future. Click here to download pdf
CRHS Problem Solving Team brochure is now available - click here to download pdf
Griff's Story - the legend of the CRHS mascot
Regulations for Alternatives to Four Year High School Enrollment - for juniors and seniors to 1) complete graduation requirements early; or 2) pursue college courses, technical courses, or work experiences.
CRHS Service Learning Project featured on national website(use this link and look for Caroline County)
FAFSA forms (Financial Aid Forms) are available from the guidance office. It is highly recommended that parents complete the FAFSA form on-line at www.fafsa.ed.gov/
SAT applications can be picked up in the guidance office or register on-line at www.collegeboard.com
Parents who would like to check their child's grades online with PowerSchool, please call the guidance office (410-754-5097) . Weekly trainings are scheduled as needed.
CRHS Media Center - links to resource databases and Caroline County Public Library's online catalog
Local Scholarships - list and deadlines (Updated 2/18/2015)
Attendance Appeal Form (download .pdf)
School Dance Guest Form (pick-up in the office)
Maryland State Department of Education