Enrollment down in Carrollton school ...

Enrollment down in Carrollton school district

There are 10 comments on the Carrollton Free Press Standard story from Aug 26, 2013, titled Enrollment down in Carrollton school district. In it, Carrollton Free Press Standard reports that:

In a first day enrollment report, the school district had a total of 2,186 students as compared to 2,268 on the first day of the 2012-13 school year.

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Concerned Parent

Canton, OH

#1 Aug 30, 2013
Maybe this has to do with our old buildings and large class sizes?
Historian

Sunbury, OH

#2 Sep 4, 2013
Maybe this has to do with the raise in cost of living and rental properties due to the gas and oil companies. Citizens have had to move to other towns because they can't find affordable housing here. We are being depopulated by the gas and oil industry.
joe

Cleveland, OH

#3 Sep 4, 2013
sure blame it on the gas and oil workers that seems to be the thing to do now days. people blame them for everything.
question mark

Dover, OH

#4 Sep 7, 2013
I find it very interesting that the CEVSD state gradecard wasn't posted online. They had an F in disabilities and a D in lower 20%. Also, in the last week BHMS has had no running water...only toilets in the new gym and under the stage for 600 people!!! Where is the outrage??? Where are the porta potties?
billy hill

Naples, FL

#5 Sep 9, 2013
Look in the mirror for your answer.
You won't support education so what
do you expect? Those with any sense
will leave. Don't worry you will get
enough mexican's to fill the gap.
RJM

Uhrichsville, OH

#6 Sep 10, 2013
Most jobs are elsewhere and they commute. With the cost of fuel to travel to work, for those who have work, its cheaper to move closer to the job. It's also cheaper not to have children. These could be why school enrollment is down.
Any

Spencer, OH

#8 Jan 24, 2014
The class size will only get worse. And some positions are filled with people who are not qualified who recieve exorbant paychecks. And with the oil and gas people here caused rent to skyrocket so non oil people cannot afford to rent. Our little town is going down the toilet fast. No wonder people are moveing away.
A Vet

Uhrichsville, OH

#9 Jan 24, 2014
I don't know of any unqualified people in the school. They scored excellent in educating the students for close to a decade now. Paychecks are in line with others around the area. Population decrease is due to the lack of jobs. Most people don't want new business here, remember rumors of Wal-Mart coming, for fear of crime, increasing property tax and so on. This is not hard to figure out Any.
yep

Port Clinton, OH

#10 Jan 31, 2014
they probably read teacher randy millers letter complaining about hungry children getting free lunches and said WHY WOULD I SEND MY CHILDREN THERE.... the teachers don't care about the children.
A Vet

Uhrichsville, OH

#11 Jan 31, 2014
That is why they had so many snow days, to protect the children from the weather for their safety. They care, you're not there.

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