Tarrant County College Student-Led Newspaper Named Best in Texas

Tarrant County College’s student-run newspaper, The Collegian, was named University and College Newspaper of Year by the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors at the organization’s 2019 convention held earlier month. TCC eclipsed numerous four-year schools including Lamar University, Baylor University, Texas Tech University and Texas State University to take top honors. The Collegian won the […]

Kindergarten Registration Kicks off April 1 for the Class of 2032

The first opportunity for parents of the Carroll Class of 2032 to enroll their students will be on April 1. The 2019-2020 Kindergarten New Student Registration for Carroll ISD residents is available until April 12, 2019, for children age 5 on or before September 1, 2019. During this registration process, parents will be asked to complete the […]

Want the Low Down on White Chapel? Here it is.

Behind the 30 mph speed limit on Randol Mill Avenue, all the action on White Chapel Boulevard comes in a close second to one of the most talked about roadways in Southlake. White Chapel has had its fair share of activity in the past months, some planned and some not.  At the most recent City […]

TCC South and SER National Partner to Host STEM-Focused Community Day

Tarrant County College South is opening the doors to its science-rich campus for a one-day event that celebrates Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). More than 2,000 middle, high school and college students in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area are expected to participate in SER (Service, Employment, Redevelopment) Jobs for Progress National, Inc.’s Community Day from […]

Lady Dragons Clinch Fourth Consecutive District Championship

With the 6-0 victory over the Lady Eagles of Eaton High School, the Lady Dragon Soccer team clinched their fourth consecutive district championship. With the victory, the Lady Dragons took their season record to 20-1-2 overall and 11-1-1 in District 5-6A. The Lady Dragons got on the board quick in their matchup against the Lady […]

Voting Tips – What You Need to Know

Voting season is right around the corner and the City wants to help you navigate through the process with ease. With Election Day taking place in just a few weeks, on May 4, it’s important to know what you need before you go to cast your ballot. Enhance your voting experience and avoid getting a […]

Business Students Advance to National Competition

Earlier in March, the Carroll ISD Business Professionals of America (BPA) team competed in Dallas at the State Leadership Conference. The team membership is currently 34 students, and 21 of those had advanced to State.  Of these 21, only four had competed last year. BPA is a CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students […]