“I remember shooting marbles, playing 4-square and Mrs. Rice’s “Circle 3 Jamboree” in growing up at Carroll School.”
While we are sad that Carroll School will closing its doors at the end of the 2011-2012 school year, a day to celebrate its history is set for 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 20. “A Building of Memories” is the theme as we join together and host a tribute to a school that holds many happy and fun memories.
Planning has begun and the committee is asking for past graduates, teachers, family, board members and friends to help us by sending us letters, sharing stories or historic pictures (copies will be made and originals returned) and mementos (maybe an old valentine or story you wrote) of days gone by.
A video session has been set up for those who would like to share memories in this format. If you and some old classmates would like to sit down and share some fun memories, taping is scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, April 4-5, at Carroll School from 5:30 to 7 (deadline April 3). We’ll have questions to get you going. What a wonderful way to share those crazy stories!
Call Linda Dick (Carroll School) at 419-898-6215 to schedule a time for the video session, bring in memorabilia, letters or volunteer to serve on the committee. Deadline for items is April 15.