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2 2 Wednesday, July 26, 2017 The Carroll News Carroll County School Bus Routes CARROLL COUNTY BUS ROUTES CARROLL COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS BUS ROUTES FOR DRIVER : REBECCA HALL SCHOOLS: FANCY GAP BUS NO : 6 students in grades K Bus Route begins on 608 (Old Appalachian Trail), 874 (Cemetery Rd), 856 (Stockner Cemetery Rd), 608 (Misty Trail), 893 (Rou nd Hill Rd), 700 (Misty Trail), 700 (Blue Ridge School Rd), 700 (Misty Trail), 775 (Chances Creek Rd), Double Bridges Dr, 698/699 (Chantilly Dr), 775 (Chances Creek Rd), 683 (Beamer s Knob Rd), County Top Lane, Carrollview Rd, 775 (Chances Creek Rd), 701 (Joy Ranch Rd), Tilley Lane, 775 (Chances Creek Rd), Pottery Dr, Rt 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy) to Fancy Gap Elementary School to unload. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 59 at Fancy Gap CCHS students will transfer to Bus 45 at Fancy Gap DRIVER : MAUDE BARKER SCHOOLS: FANCY GAP CARROLL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BUS NO : 83 students in grades K-12. Bus Route begins at Liddle Adventures Daycare (Industrial Park), 620 (Forest Oak Rd), 802 (Waterberry Rd), 711 (Apache Rd), 620 (Forest Oak Rd), 709 (Aspen Rd), 701 (Joy Ranch Rd), 708 (Breezy Ridge Rd), 708 (Glade Creek Rd), 706 (Farmers Market Rd), 960 (Bronco Rd), 702 (Stable Rd), Troutland Rd, 702 (Stable Rd), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), 1037 ( Highland Park Dr ), 1033 (Hidden Pines Rd), ( Big Red Dr ), back to Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy) and on to Fancy Gap Elementary School to unload. Bus will then travel to Carroll County High School. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 59 at Fancy Gap Elementary DRIVER : MELODY HORTON SCHOOLS: FANCY GAP CARROLL COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL BUS NO.: 62 up students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 608 (Lightning Ridge Rd), 6085 (Thunderhill Rd), 614 (Elkspur Rd), 608 (Ranger Rd), 996 (Foggy Ridge Rd), 683 (Frog Spur Rd), 683 (Stonewall Rd), 685 (Skyview Dr), 683/879 (Turner School Rd), 683 (Turner Spur Rd), 683/879 (Turner School Rd), 685 (Skyview Dr), 964 (Fisher Rd), 685 (Skyview Dr), and on into Fancy Gap Elementary School to unload. Bus then travels to Carroll County Middle School. CCHS students will transfer to Bus 45 at Fancy Gap DRIVER : SHERRY MOSER SCHOOLS: FANCY GAP CARROLL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BUS NO : 45 students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 702 (Stable Rd) at the Stable Motel end, and then turns right onto 708 (Birchtree Rd), left on 701 (Joy Ranch Rd), to Heritage Rd. The bus turns around at 711 (Apache Rd) and Heritage Rd, travels back to 701 (Joy Ranch Rd), picks up students up to Sandy Level Rd. The bus turns right on Sandy Level Rd, back to Heritage Rd, bus turns around at High Point Rd and Heritage Rd. Bus turns left onto Sandy Level Rd, bus crosses 701 (Joy Ranch Rd) to travel 711 (Kenmore Rd). Bus turns around on 711 (Kenmore Rd) and comes back to 702 (Stable Rd). Bus turns left on 702 (Stable Rd) and goes just past 685 (Baltimore Rd). Bus then turns around, and turns left onto 685 (Baltimore Rd). Bus runs 685 (Baltimore Rd) to Stockner Lane and turns around at Stockner Lane. Bus turns left back onto 702 (Stable Rd) and turns left onto 786 (Edison Rd). Bus turns right onto 778 (Kelly Rd) and then turns left onto 702 (Stable Rd). The bus turns right onto 968 (Box Elder Rd), turns around on 968 (Box Elder Rd) and comes back to 702 (Stable Rd). The bus turns left onto 702 (Stable Rd) and turns right onto 778 (Kelly Rd). Bus travels 778 (Kelly Rd) and turns left onto 775 (Chances Creek Rd). Bus travels 775 (Chances Creek Rd) and turns left onto Reedside Dr. Bus travels Reedside Dr to Winding Ridge Rd. Bus turns right onto Winding Ridge Rd. Bus unloads at Fancy Gap Bus then travels to Carroll County High School. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 62 at Fancy Gap Elementary School. DRIVER : SUBSTITUTE DRIVER SCHOOLS: FANCY GAP SCHOOL BUS NO.: 59 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:48 A.M. REGULAR ROUTE DESCRIPTION Bus will pick up students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 675 (Sunnyside Rd), 675 (Westover Rd), 670 (Snake Creek Rd), 926 (Madison Rd), 863 (Emory Rd), Showcase Ln, 863 (Emory Rd), Rockbridge Pass, 92 6 (Madison Rd), Kinglet Lane. Bus then travels 637 (Mountain Plains Rd), 804 (Loggy Ridge Rd), 830 (Walton Branscome Rd), Hwy 52, 682 (Greenberry Rd), 674 (Raindrop Rd), 682 (Greenberry Rd), 674 (Arrowhead Rd), 697 (Reedside Dr), 704 (Baltimore Rd), 685 (Winding Ridge Rd) to Fancy Gap Elementary School to unload. Bus then travels to Carroll County Middle School picking up CCMS students enroute to the school. CCHS students will Welcome Back Students! 1035 North Main Street Hillsville, Virginia Vaughan-Guynn-McGrady Chapel & Cremation Services Best wishes for the new school year! transfer to Bus 83 at Fancy Gap DRIVER : NANCY H. BEASLEY SCHOOLS: GLADESBORO BUS NO.: 52 students in grades K Bus Route begins on 670 (Snake Creek Rd), 683 (Greenberry Rd), 682 (Turner Spur Rd), 682 (Winchester Rd), 681 (Horton Rd), 679 (Windgate Rd), 670 (Snake Creek Rd), 923 (Cabbage House Rd), 680 (Buffalo View Rd), and 670 (Snake Creek Rd) to Gladesboro Elementary School. Bus will then travel to Carroll County High School, and will pick up CCHS students on Snake Creek Rd to Red Hill Rd enroute to CC H S. CC M S students will transfer to Bus 47 or Bus 35 at Gladesboro DRIVER : ODELL DALTON SCHOOLS: GLADESBORO BUS NO: 35 students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 638 (Bellspur) near the Laurel Fork Post Office. Take a left onto Route 618 (Pine Branch Rd), Rt 58 (Danville Pike), 620 (Tory Creek Rd), 632 (Shelor Rd), 632 (Maple Shade Rd), 814 (Fireside Dr), Trillium Rd, 814 (Fireside Dr), 632 (Maple Shade Rd), Rt 58 (Danville Pike) and on to Gladesboro Elementary School. Bus will then travel to Carroll County Middle School, and will pick up CCMS students on Snake Creek Rd to Red Hill Rd enroute to CCMS. CCHS students will transfer to Bus 52 or Bus 65 at Gladesboro Elementary DRIVER : YVONNE HAWKS SCHOOLS: GLADESBORO BUS NO: 55 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:44 A.M. students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 639 (Spencers Mill Rd), 608 (Pilot View), 631 (Old Mill), 633 (Groundhog Mtn Rd), 639 (Little Bit Rd), 643 (Rome Church Rd), 641 (Doe Run Rd), 642 (Brady Pike), 633 (Groundhog Mtn Rd), 648 (Harmies Bottom Rd), 650 (Kinzer Rd), 670 (Volunteer Rd), 608 (Dusty Ridge Rd), 677 (Thunder Ridge Rd), and then to Gladesboro Elementary School. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 47 or Bus 35 at Gladesboro CCHS students will transfer to Bus 52 or Bus 65 at Gladesboro Elementary DRIVER : LINDA HANNIGAN SCHOOLS: GLADESBORO BUS NO.: 47 students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 651 (Gibson Knob Rd), 652 (Hereford Rd), 638 (Dugspur Rd), 653 (Dust Trail Rd), 813 (Calvary Way), 654 (Laurel Fork Rd), 659 (Bear Creek Rd), 813 (Nursery Rd), 654 (Laurel Fork Rd), Rt 58 (Danville Pike), Horseshoe Bend Rd, 680 (Crooked Oak Rd), and will continue in to Gladesboro Elementary School to unload. Bus then travels to Carroll County Middle School. CCHS students will transfer to Bus 52 or Bus 65 at Gladesboro DRIVER : BURTON PAINTER SCHOOLS: GLADESBORO BUS NO.: 65 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 7:06 A.M. students in grades K-12. Bus Route begins on 640 (Keno Rd), 643 (Oakwood Rd), 954 (Dry Twig Rd), 647 (Worrell Memorial Rd), 643 (Excelsior School Rd), 647 (Worrell Memorial Rd), 640 (Keno Rd), and 870 (Snake Creek Rd) to Gladesboro Elementary School to unload. Bus will then travel to Carroll County High School. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 35 or Bus 47 at Gladesboro DRIVER : ARCHIE TERRY SCHOOLS: GLADESBORO BUS NO.: 76 students in grades K-12. Bus Route begins on 645 (Woodstock Rd), Little Valley Rd, 610 (Terry s Mill Rd), 908 (Park Bridge Rd), 610 (Terry s Mill Rd), 638 (Bellspur Rd), 645 (Woodstock Rd), 616 (Sunflower Rd), 610 (Terry s Mill Rd), 920 (Trail Rd), 610 (T erry s Mill Rd), 654 (Gladesboro Rd), then to Gladesboro Elementary School where all students will unload. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 47 or Bus 35 at Gladesboro CCHS students will transfer to Bus 52 or Bus 65 at Gladesboro DRIVER : JAMES AUSTIN SCHOOLS: GLADEVILLE BUS NO.:

3 The Carroll News FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:56 A.M. students in grades K-5. Bus Route begins on 887 (Glendale Rd), 722 (Pine City Rd), 805 (Lakeside Dr), 722 (Commonwealth Road), 1059 (Fairway Oaks), 1059 (Arbor Ln), 722 (Commonwealth Rd), 1068 (Stonebrook Dr), 1068 (Sunshine Valley), 980 (Oak Hollow Cir), 722 (Commonwealth Rd), 8 87 (Glendale Rd), 1073 (Fairfield Way), 1098 (Regency Ct), 887 (Glendale Rd), 1050 (Courtland Circle), 1055 (Shadetree Ln), Liddle Tykes Daycare, back to Rt 58 (Carrollton Pike). Then to Winterberry Rd, 1054 (Shady Square), 887 (Glendale Rd), 1056 (Aldred Ln), 887 (Glendale Rd), Sugar & Spice Daycare, 887 (Glendale Rd) to Gladeville Elementary School. DRIVER : MIKE BURCHAM BUS NO.: 64 students in grades Bus route begins on 721 (Cliffview Rd), 732 (Lincoln Rd), 607 (Fries Rd) to 845 (Revere Rd), 793 (Gambetta Rd), top end of 607 (Iron Ridge Rd), Blackstone Ln, Fox Fire Ln, 607 (Fries Rd), 837 (Trading Post Rd), Sylvia Dr, 721 (Cliffview Rd), 849 (Creekview Rd), 849 (Mill Creek Rd), 849 (Creekview Rd), 635 (Hebron Rd). Bus will pick up students on 887 (Glendale Rd) after Wolf Glade Grocery to Rt 58. Bus then travels to Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High School. DRIVER : LEE DOOLEY SCHOOLS: GLADEVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO: 43 up students in grades K-5. Bus route begins on 849 (Creekview Rd), 849 (Millcreek Rd), Rt 58 (Carrollton Pike ), Robinhood Rd, Willowbend, 1091 (Cranberry Rd), 791 (Blackberry Rd), Blueberry Ln, 1091 (Cranberry Rd), 731 (Timberline Rd), 885 (Summerwood Ln), Rt 58 (Carrollton Pike), Midway Heights, 1091 (Cranberry Rd), 1097 (Montgomery Rd), 1091 (Cranberry Rd), 607 (Quail Ridge), Nature Trail, 1091 (Cranberry Rd), 731 (Timberline Rd), Rt 58 (Carrollton Pike), 730 (Bee Line Dr) and on to Gladeville Elementary School. ****Special Notes**** Students on Bee Line Dr will be picked up when the bus runs on its way to Gladeville Elementary. Students living in the trailer park on Pleasant Acres Ln across from Lowe s Hardware need to be waiting for the bus at the first driveway; which is before the stoplight DRIVER : KENNETH LINKOUS SCHOOLS: GLADEVILLE BUS NO: 89 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:35 A.M. students in grades K-5. Bus Route begins on 94 (Ivanhoe Rd), 602 (Byllesby Rd), 94 (Ivanhoe Rd), Leonard Dr, Liberty Hill Rd, 797 (Mt Olivet Rd), Faith Ln, 7 58 (Hilltown Rd), Alice Ln, 758 (Hilltown Rd), 606 (Dixon Ln), 721 (Fries Rd), left on Iron Ridge, 1084 (Blackstone Ln ), Fox Fire Ln, 845 (Revere Rd), 721 (Fries Rd), Windmill Rd, 721 (Fries Rd), 837 (Trading Post Rd), 721 (Cliffview Rd), and on to Gladeville Elementary School to unload DRIVER : TERRI PAINTER BUS NO.: 60 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 7:05 A.M. students in grades Route begins on Hwy 58 (Carrollton Pike), 1055 (Shadetree Ln), 731 (Winterberry Rd), 58 (Carrollton Pike), Bee Line Dr, 887 (Glendale Rd), 722 (Pine City Rd), 805 (Lakeside Dr), 722 (Commonwealth Rd), 1059 (Fairway Oaks), 1064 (Arbor Ln), 722 (Commonwealth Rd), 1068 (Stonebrook Dr), 980 (Oak Hollow Circle), 722 (Commonwe alth Rd), 1073 (Fairfield Way), 5 8 (Carrollton Pike), 872 (Woodl awn Rd), and to Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High School. DRIVER : WANDA NEWMAN SCHOOLS: GLADEVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO: 21 students in grades K-5. Bus route begins on 729 (Happy Hollow Rd), 1089 (Bowers Hollow Rd), 851 (Meadowlark), 736/739 (River Hill Rd), 793 (Gambetta Rd), 793 (Sherwood Rd), back to 736/739 (River Hill Rd), to 63 6 (Pot Rock), then 635 (Hebron Rd), 607 (Mallard Rd), 607 (Iron Ridge), 735 (Pridemoore), 961 (Lancaster), 1030 (Braveheart Ln), 952 (Farmington Rd), 941 (Berkshire Rd), 941 (Knollwood Rd), back to 635 (Hebron Rd), and on to Gladeville Elementary School DRIVER : CAROLYN OVERBY BUS NO: 12 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:53 A.M. students in grades Bus route begins on Rt 58 (Carrollton Pike), 827 (Taylorwood Rd), Willowbend, 58 (Carrollton Pike), 1050 (Courtland Circle), 888 (Midway Heights), 722 (Cranberry Rd), Montgomery St, 722 (Cranberry Rd), Quail Ridge, Cedar Point, Nature Trail, back to 722 (Cranberry Rd), 791 (Blackberry Rd), 1052 (Blueberry Rd), 791 (Blackberry Rd), 7 22 (Cranberry Rd), 731(Timberline Dr), 885 (Summerwood Rd) to Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High School DRIVER : RONNIE SNOW BUS NO: 22 students in grades Bus route begins on 736 (River Hill Rd), 736 (Sherwood Rd), 793 (Gambetta Rd) to Gambetta Church, 736 (River Hill Rd), 851 (Meadowlark Rd), 729 (Happy Hollow Rd), 1089 (Bowers Hollow Rd), 729 (Happy Hollow Rd), 851 (Meadowlark Rd), 736 (River Hill Rd), 635 (Pot Rock Rd) on the Hebron Rd end, bus turns around, 607 (Mallard Rd), 635 (Hebron Rd), Iron Ridge Rd to the trail, 635 (Hebron Rd), 735 (Pridemoore Rd), 961 (Lancaster Rd), 1030 (Braveheart Rd), 961 (Lancaster Rd), 635 (Hebron Rd), 707 (Mt Zion Rd) to the bridge, 952 (Farmington Rd), 941 (Berkshire Rd), 941 (Knollwood Rd), 707 (Mt Zion Rd), 635 (Hebron Rd) and bus comes out on 887 (Glendale Rd). Bus will travel to Carroll County Middle School and to Carroll County High School DRIVER : SUBSTITUTE DRIVER Wednesday, July 26, BUS NO: 11 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:30 A.M. students in grades Bus route begins on 94 (Ivanhoe Rd), Byllesby Rd, 94 (Ivanhoe Rd), 738 (Scratch Gravel Rd), to 602 (Brush Creek), 94 (Ivanhoe Rd), 878 (Edwards Chapel Rd), back to 94 (Ivanhoe Rd). Then bus travels to Mt. Olivet Rd, Leonard Dr, Liberty Hill Rd, 977 (Gladeview Dr), 94 (Ivanhoe Rd), 737 (Swinney Hollow), 94 (Ivanhoe Rd), 758 (Hilltown Rd), Alice Ln, 606 (Dixon Ln), 721 (Fries Rd) to Cliffview Rd, 887 (Glendale Rd), pick up at Wolf Glade Grocery. Bus will not pick up any students after Wolf Glade Grocery. Bus travels to Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High School. DRIVER : FRANCES IRVIN HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO: 61 students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on Rt 52 (N. Main St), Crowder St, Davis Ave, 865 (Akers Ave), Rt 52 (Poplar Camp Rd), 881 (Cross Cr eek Rd), Rt 52 (Poplar Camp Rd). Bus then travels to 1043 (Shady Ln), 1042 (Crestview Dr), 1041 (Forest Dr), Rt 52 (N. Main St), Childress St, Water St, Home St, Center St, Mill St, W. Grayson St (Laurel Ridge Apts), Rt 58 (W. Stuart Dr), Oak St, Highland St, Meadowview St, Rt 58 (W. Stuart Dr), (N. Main St), and on to Carroll County Middle School, Carroll County High School, 221 (Floyd Pike), and Hillsville Elementary School. DRIVER : FRANK ALVIS HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO: 77 students in grades K-12. Bus Route begins on Hwy 52 (Poplar Camp Rd), 931 (Troutbranch Rd ), 705 (Coon Ridge Rd), 970 (Greenview Ln), 705 (Coon Ridge Rd), 931 (Hazelnut Rd), Oak Leaf Dr, 819 (Old Coon Ridge Pkwy), 770 (Hanging Tree Rd), 769 (Lovell Rd), 769 (Hanging Tree Rd), 749 (Little Vine Rd), 772 N (Sugar Creek Rd), Hwy 52 (Poplar Camp Rd), to Carroll County Middle School, Carroll County High School and Hillsville Elementary School DRIVER : CELINA DAVIS SCHOOLS: HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO: 33 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 7:00 A.M. students in grade s K-12. Bus route begins on 750 (Harvest Rd), 752 (Mitchell s Crossroads), 751 (Windsong/Drypond Rd), 693 (Sylvatus Smith Rd), 750 (Harvest Rd), 693 (Sylvatus Smith Rd), 750 (Quick Dr), 783 (Deer Ridge Rd), Rt 100 (Sylvatus Hwy), then to Hillsville Elementary School, and Carroll County Middle School. CCHS students transfer to Bus 19 at Hillsville Elementary DRIVER : SUBSTITUTE DRIVER HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO.: 29 students in grades K-12. Bus Route begins on 668 (Cavalier Dr), 668 (Virginia St), T1018 (Lyons Circle), Bohon St, Rt 52 South, Harmony Hill Trailer Park, Rt 52 South, Highland Park Dr grades 6-12 only, 1037 (Hidden Pines Ln) grades 6-12 only, 1034 (Big Red Dr) grades 6-12 only, 780 (Howlett St), bus goes down 1039 (Weddle St). Bus then goes Rt 52 (South Main St), 835 (Old Racetrack Rd), 1006 (Archa St), 1024 (Chinquapin Trl), 1006 (Archa St), Rt 52 (South Main St), Rt 52 North to T1009 (Edgewood Dr), 1209 (Lynn St), 1009 (Evergreen St), to Carroll County Middle School, Carroll County High School, and 221 (Floyd Pike) to Hillsville Elementary School. DRIVER : JERRY BLEVINS SCHOOLS: HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO.: 18 students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 622 (Indian Valley Rd), 221 (Floyd Pike), 754 (Dickerson Rd), 625 (Brannon Rd), 638 (Dugspur Rd), 624 (Nester School Rd), 638 (Dugspur Rd), 656 (Pineview Rd), 664 (Silverleaf Rd), 661 (Marian Rd), 673 (Pilgrims Trail), Rt 58 (Danville Pike) 666 (Collier School Rd) on Rt 58 end, Rt 58 (Danville Pike) to Carroll County High School, Carroll County Middle School, and Hillsville Elementary School. ****Special Notes**** Evening run only: Bus runs Newmantown Rd and turns around at Turkey Hollow Rd. DRIVER : DANETTE MARSHALL HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO.: 63 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:57 A.M. students in grades K 12. Bus Route begins on 705 (Coon Ridge Rd), 821 (Wildcat Rd), 1049 (Whispering Pine Rd), Brandy Ln, 821 (Wildcat Rd), 705 (Coon Ridge Rd), 1048 ( Mondana Lane), 705 (Coon Ridge Rd), 744 (Good Spur Rd), 962 (Water Plant Rd), 898 (Scenic View), back to 962 Welcome Your Specialist for Experienced Collision Work and Custom Paint k c to School a B Grayson-Carroll-Wythe Mutual Insurance Co. Established Washington Street Galax, VA

4 4 Wednesday, July 26, 2017 (Water Plant Rd), Rt 52 (North Main St) to Carroll County Middle School, Carroll County High School and Hillsville Elementary School. DRIVER : AMY HALSEY SCHOOLS: HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO.: 39 students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 756 (Goad Rd), 757 (Duncan Mill Rd), 756 (Goad Rd), 622 (Indian Valley Rd), 753 (Double Cabin Rd), Waterview Dr, 753 (Double Cabin Rd), 763 (Hunters Ridge Rd), 662 (Poplar Hill Dr), 624 (Soap Ridge Rd), 221 (Floyd Pike), to Hillsville Elementary School to unload. Bus will then travel to Carroll County High School. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 7 at Hillsville DRIVER : NANCY JUSTUS HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO: 84 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 7:00 A.M. up students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 751 (Homestead Rd), 829 (Deerfield Rd), 1113 (Country Woods), Petra Dr, 1113 (Country Woods), 750 (Mitchells Crossroads), 1114 (Wood Lane), Noah s Ark Daycare, 753 (Double Cabin Rd), 767 (Buckhorn Rd), Rt 100 (Sylvatus Hwy) to 697 (Beaver Dam Rd), Rt 52 (North Main St), and then to Carroll County Middle School, Carroll County High School, and Hillsville Elementary School. DRIVER : GLENNA MYERS SCHOOLS: HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO.: 19 up students in grades K-12. Bus Route begins at 611 (Deepwater Rd), 764 (Panther Creek Rd), 766 (Ocala Rd), 761 (Lindsey Mill Rd), 764 (Panther Creek Rd), Sunnyvale Rd, 764 (Panther Creek Rd), 764 (Road Creek Ford), 221 (Floyd Pike), 671 (Newmantown Rd) on the 221 (Floyd Pike) end, 666 (Collier School Rd), 221 (Floyd Pike), then to Hillsville Elementary where all students but CCHS students will unload, Hardscuffle Rd CCHS students only, Cavalier Dr CCHS students only, and on to Carroll County High School. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 33 at Hillsville DRIVER : CLIFTON PHILLIPS SCHOOLS: HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO.: 7 students in grades K-12. Bus Route begins on 768 (Whitetown Rd), goes to Painted Turtle, 768 (Whitetown Rd), Longwood Dr, Worrell Estates, 771 (Lovell Rd), Bobcat Trail, 771 (Lovell Rd), 768 (Whitetown Rd), 749 (Little Vine Rd), Orange Dr, Mill Manor Rd, Rt 100 (Sylvatus Hwy), 828 (Rock Creek Rd), 750 (Greenbriar Rd), 637 (High Ridge Rd), Eagle Falls Rd, Rt 100 (Sylvatus Hwy), 1103 (Cottonwood Ln), 1105 (Holloway Dr), 998 (Mourning Dove Rd), Rt 100 (Sylvatus Hwy), 848 (Shockley Rd), 886 (Island Creek Dr), Hayfield Rd, Bobbitt Rd, and on to Hillsville Elementary School to unload. Bus will then travel to Carroll County Middle School. CCHS students will transfer to Bus 39 at Hillsville DRIVER : CHERYL SMYTHERS HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO: 82 students in grades K 12. Bus Route begins on Rt 58 (W. Stuart Dr), 714 (Old Galax Pike), Expansion Dr, Liddle Adventures Daycare (Industrial Park), 703 (Gardners Mill Rd), 780 (Howlett St) on Rt 58 end, bus turns around at 1039 (Weddle St), 780 (Howlett St) back to Westview Terrace Apts, Rt 58 (W. Stuart Dr), Victory Lane, to 1020 (West Grayson St). Bus will then travel to Hillcrest Street, Guns & Ammo, PSE, Bear, Parker, Hoyt Authorized Dealer, Archery & Trapping Supplies Upland Street, to Carroll County Middle School, Carroll County High School, 668 (Cav alier Dr) K-5 only, Hardscuffle K-5 only, and onto Hillsville Elementary School. DRIVER : DIANNE SUMNER SCHOOLS: HILLSVILLE SCHOOL BUS NO :51 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:30 A.M. students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 1100 (Retriever s Run), Rt 58 (Danville Pike), River Rd, 966 (Hemlock Ridge Rd), 67 4 (Red Hill Rd), 922 (Hidden Valley Rd), 674 (Red Hill Rd), right on to 670 (Snake Creek Rd), Oak Knoll Dr, Oakside Dr, 670 (Snake Creek Rd), Chapparal Dr, 986 (Cherokee Rd), 666 (Bent Nail Rd), Rt 58 (Danville Pike), Merrimac Rd, 820 (Freemont Rd), 669 (S pringwillow Rd), Fairview Ln, 1046 (Sycamore Ln), Lynnhaven Rd, 1004 (Raintree Rd), 1029 (Cumberland Rd), and on to Carroll County High School, 1002 (E. Grayson St), Carroll County Middle School, and Hillsville Elementary School DRIVER : TERESA ALEXANDER SCHOOLS: LAUREL SCHOOL BUS NO: 23 students in grades K-5. Bus route begins on 707 (Senior Rd ), Acorn Dr, 911/939 (Robinson Dr), Rt 58 to 701 (Joy Ranch Rd), 706 (Glade Creek Rd), 708 (Breezy Ridge Rd), 1110 (Glenmont Rd), 1112 (Lonesome Dove Dr), 895 (Windsor Dr), 872 (Woodlawn Rd) to 620 (Coulson Church Rd). Bus then travels 948 (Honeycutt Dam Rd), 1137 (Hawks Landing), 1136 (Falcon Dr), 948 (Honeycutt Dam Rd), 620 (Coulson Church Rd), 1108 (Rabbits Run), 1108 (Quail Run), 620 (Coulson Church Rd), 707 (Mt Zion Rd), 620 (Coulson Church Rd) to Laurel Elementary School to unload. DRIVER : DAVID IVES SCHOOLS: LAUREL SCHOOL CARROLL COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL BUS NO: 79 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:51 A.M. students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 635 (Pot Rock Rd) on Buck Woods Rd end, 733 (Buck Woods Rd), 733 (Mill Hill Rd), 735 (Buck Woods Rd), 857 (Staunton Dr), 620 (Coulson Church Rd), 742 (Monorat Rd), 740 (Oak Grove Rd), 880 (Wagon Wheel Dr ), 740 (Oak Grove Rd), 743 (Rescue Rd) to Laurel Elementary School to unload. B us will then travel to Carroll County Middle School. CCHS students will transfer to Bus 38 or Bus 16 at Laurel DRIVER : ROBERT FRAZIER SCHOOLS: LAUREL SCHOOL BUS NO: 69 students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 742 (Mcghee Rd), to 741 (Stoneman Rd), 739 (Porterfield Rd), bus turns around, back to 740 (Oak Grove Rd), 825 (Burnett Rd), 740 (Oak Grove Rd), 741 (Sharp Rd), 740 (Oak Grove Rd), 635 (Pot Rock Rd) on Oak Grove Rd end, 740 (Oak Grove R d), 742 (Mcghee Rd), 796 (Frazier Hollow), 743 (Pleasant View Rd), to Laurel Elementary to unload. Bus will then travel to Carroll County Middle School. CCHS students will transfer to Bus 38 or Bus 16 at Laurel DRIVER : RANDY FROST SCHOOLS: LAUREL SCHOOL BUS NO.: 16 REGULAR ROUTE DESCRIPTION This part of the bus route will pick up students in grades K-5. Bus Route begins with Liddle Adventures Daycare (Industrial Park), 707 (Partridge Rd), Marley Circle, 1116 (Drew Ridge Dr), 759 (Carrollwood Dr), 707 (Training Center Rd), 743 (Airport Rd), Oakland Heights, 743 (Airport Rd), 963 (Shiloh Rd), 743 (Airport Rd), 803 (Five Forks Rd), 743 (Airport Rd), 956 (Rolling Hills Circle), 743 (Airport Rd). This part of The Carroll News the bus route will pick up students in grades K-12. Bus runs 742 (Oak Grove Rd), bus turns around at Frog Spring Rd, 742 (Oak Grove Rd), 620 (Coulson Church Rd), 932 (Kaywood Dr), 620 (Coulson Church Rd), 740 (Rescue Rd) to Laurel Elementary School to unload. Bus will then travel to Carroll County High School. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 69 or Bus 79 at Laurel DRIVER : DAVID MOREHEAD SCHOOLS: LAUREL SCHOOL BUS NO: 15 students in grades K-12. Bus Route begins at 743 (Pleasant View Rd), 745 (Stone Ridge Rd) on the Pleasant View Rd end, 743 (Pleasant View Rd), Hwy 52 (Poplar Camp Rd), Lead Mines Rd, Loafer s Rest Rd, Hwy 52 (Poplar Camp Rd), 747 (Pine Grove Rd), 620 (Coulson Church Rd), 745 (Frog Spring Rd), 740 (Rescue Rd) and into Laurel Elementary School to unload. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 69 or Bus 79 at Laurel CCHS students will transfer to Bus 16 or Bus 38 at Laurel DRIVER : LINDA A. MONTGOMERY SCHOOLS: LAUREL SCHOOL BUS NO: 38 up students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on Hwy 52 (Poplar Camp Rd), (Ridge Rd), 992 (Somerset Dr), 817 (Country Rd), 785 (Ridge Rd), 782 (Round Knob Rd), 867 (Hall Hollow Rd), 782 (Round Knob Rd), Hwy 52 (Poplar Camp Rd), 740 (Rotenizer Dr), 620 (Coulson Church Rd), 746 (Sunrise Dr), 745 (Stone Ridge Rd) on the Rescue Rd end, 740 (Rescue Rd) to Laurel Elementary to unload. Bus will then travel to Carroll County High School. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 69 or Bus 79 at Laurel DRIVER : TIMOTHY ANDERS SCHOOLS: OAKLAND SCHOOL BUS NO: 54 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:53 A.M. students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 728 (Bedsaul Rd), 792 (Tower Rd), 97 (Pipers Gap Rd), 727 (Old Quaker Rd), 815 (Shepherds Pl), 928 (Rippey Hollow), 815 (Shepherds Pl), 97 (Pipers Gap Rd), 1090 (Apricot Ln), back to 97 (Pipers Gap Rd), and on to Oakland Bus will then travel to Carroll County Middle School. CCHS students will transfer to Bus 36 at Oakland Elementary School. DRIVER : GARRY WORRELL SCHOOLS: OAKLAND SCHOOL BUS NO: 36 students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on Route 975 (Commodore Lane), 715 (Coleman Lane), 608 (Max Lane and Mt. Carroll Rd), Blue Ridge School Rd, Lambsburg Rd, 97 (Pipers Gap Rd), 939 (Klondike Rd), 97 (Pipers Gap Rd), 939 (Cockerham Loop), 940 (Crescent Dr), back to 97 (Pipers Gap Rd), 713 (Soapstone Rd), 719 (Blue Ridge M ill Rd), 918 (Campbell Pl), 719 (Blue Ridge Mill Rd), 713 (Soapstone Rd) and on into Oakland Elementary School to unload. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 54 at Oakland CCHS students waiting at Oakland Elementary School will load Bus 56 to Carroll County High School. Bus will pick up CCHS students on 713 (Elkhorn Rd) enroute to CCHS. DRIVER : SHERRY LINDSEY SCHOOLS: OAKLAND SCHOOL BUS NO.: 73 students in grades K-12. Bus route begins on 712 (Mallory Rd), 683 (Sleepy Hollow Rd), 683 (Millstone Rd), and 700 (Harrison Rd), 1066 (Hummers Ct), 700 (Harrison Rd). Then bus travels 700/608 (Misty Trail), 775 (Chances Creek), 620 (Crooked Creek), 781 (Locust Ridge Rd) and on to Oakland Elementary School. From Oakland, CCMS students will transfer to Bus 73 for Carroll County Middle School; bus will pick up CCMS students on 713 (Elkhorn Rd). CCHS students will transfer to Bus 66 at Oakland DRIVER : KEVIN HILL SCHOOLS: OAKLAND SCHOOL

5 The Carroll News BUS NO.: 66 students in grades K-. Bus Route begins on 904 (Boxwood Ln), 683 (Poplar Knob Rd), 725 (Paradise Ln ), 950 (Walnut St) at the Galax City limits, 683 (Poplar Knob Rd), 712 (Mallory Rd), 723 (Trapper Rd) to 97 picking up students on Rt 97 from Little Country Store to Oakland Elementary School. Bus unloads elementary students and gets CCHS students from transfer buses. Bus then travels to Carroll County High School. DRIVER : FRANK MASON SCHOOLS: OAKLAND SCHOOL BUS NO: 58 students in grades K-12. Bus Route begins on 815 (Wolf Pen Ridge Rd), Crestwood Dr, 815 (Wolf Pen Ridge Rd), 815 (Dickey Dr), 720 (Martha s Knob Rd), 608 (Coal Creek Rd), turnaround at Stetson Rd, 612 (Coleman Ridge Rd) to Foothills Rd, turnaround, 612 (Coleman Ridge Rd), 608 (Coal Creek Rd), Peaks Mtn Rd, 97 (Pipers Gap Rd), Whitney Ln, 97 (Pipers Gap Rd), and on to Oakland Elementary School. CCMS students will transfer to Bus 54 at Oakland CCHS students will transfer to Bus 66 at Oakland Second Run: Bus will pick up students in grades K-5. Bus Route begins on 97 (Pipers Gap Rd), 792 (Tower Rd), 727 (Old Quaker), 97 (Pipers Gap Rd) to Oakland Elementary School DRIVER : BERNARD PARNELL BUS NO.: 20 students in grades Bus Route begins on Walnut St, 683 (Poplar Knob Rd), 937 (Coral Lane), 683 (Poplar Knob Rd), 904 (Boxwood Ln), 683 (Poplar Knob Rd), Bishop s Chapel, Paradise Ln, 683 (Poplar Knob Rd), to 712 (Mallory), 723 (Trapper Rd), 722 (Cranberry Rd), 887 (Glendale Rd), Bee Line Dr, pick up at Gladeville Grocery, then to Route 58 (Carrollton Pike), then on to Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High School DRIVER : DAVID CLONTZ BUS NO.: 90 students in grades Bus route begins on 816 (Sandy Ridge Rd), 692 (Pauls Creek Rd), 875 (Lakeview Rd), 692 (Pauls Creek Rd), 905 (Rocky Ford Rd), 890 (Old Goodspur Rd), 692 (Pauls Creek Rd), 691 (Flower Gap Rd), 691 (Bear Trail) to 688 (Meadowbrook), 912 (Flint Hill Rd), 688 (Meadowbrook), 913 (Parkview Dr), 688 (Meadowbrook), 965 (Pheasant Ridge), 688 (Meadowbrook), to Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy) and on to Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High School. DRIVER : RODNEY COMBS BUS NO.: 56 students in grades K-7. Bus route begins on 688 (Meadowbrook Rd), 913 (Parkview Dr), 912 (Flint Hill Rd), 691 (Bear Trail), 1051 (Crotts Hollow Rd), 691 (Bear Trail), 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 691 (Orchard Gap), 679 (Wards Gap), 691 (Bear Trail), 823 (Timber Rd), 691 (Bear Trail), 688 (Little Bear), Rt 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), 892 (Sherman Dr), and on to St. Paul School. DRIVER : LINDA EASTER SCHOOLS: ST. PAUL SCHOOL BUS NO: 48 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 7:00 A.M. students in grades K-7. Bus route begins on 691 (Flower Gap Rd), Misty Mountain, 882 (Cedar Ln), 691 (Flower Gap Rd), 692 (Apple Ridge), 891 (Mulberry Ln), 692 (Apple Ridge), 691 (Flower Gap Rd), 839 ( Mountain View Rd), 854 (William Dr), 816 (Sandy Ridge Rd), 935 (Appleton Rd), 816 (Sandy Ridge Rd), 692 (Pauls Creek Rd), 875 (Lakeview Dr), 692 (Pauls Creek Rd), 1080 (Woodson Ln), 692 (Pauls Creek Rd), 890 (Old Goodspur Rd), 692 (Pauls Creek Rd), 691 (Flower Gap Rd), 688 (Wisler Rd), and on to St. Paul School. DRIVER : JOSEPH EASTER BUS NO.: 14 students in grades Bus route begins on 688 (Firehouse Rd), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), 938 (Robin Ridge Rd), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), 690 (Brushy Fork Rd), 859 (Sunset Dr), 690 (Brushy Fork Rd), 831 (Oak Ridge Rd), 877 (Farmbrook Rd), 831 (Oak Ridge Rd), 852 (Woods Edge Rd), 967 (Magnolia Ln), 831 (Oak Ridge Rd), 690 (Brushy Fork Rd), 620 (Old Pipers Gap Rd), 1087 (Brandywine Trl), 620 (Old Pipers Gap Rd), 691 (Flower Gap Rd), 885 (Cedar Ln), 839 (Mountain View Rd), 919 (Valentine Leonard Rd), 691 (Flower Gap Rd), 854 (William Dr), 692 (Apple Ridge Rd), 691 (Flower Gap Rd), 800 (Peakview Rd), 1085 (Ridgeview Dr), 688 (Wisler Dr), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy) and on to Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High School. DRIVER : GARY EASTER BUS NO. 13 students in grades K-7. Bus Route begins on Rt 938 (Robin Ridge Rd), 690 (Brushy Fork Rd), 620 (Old Pipers Gap Rd), Brandywine Trl, 620 (Old Pipers Gap Rd) to the state line, back to 690 (Brushy Fork Rd), 831 (Oak Ridge Rd), 877 (Farmbrook Rd), 967 (Magnolia Ln), 831 (Oak Ridge Rd), 690 (Brushy Fork Rd), 859 (Sunset Dr), back to 690 (Brushy Fork), 841 (Main line Rd), 929 (Leonhardt), 841 (Mainline Rd), 800 (Peakview Rd), 1085 (Ridgeview Rd), 800 (Peakview Rd), to 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), 691 (Flower Gap Rd) and on to St. Paul School. DRIVER : JASON EASTER BUS NO : 68 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:43 A.M. up students in grades Bus route begins on Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), 981 (Lanecrest), 927 (Split Rail Rd), 686 (Epworth Rd), 883 (Flatr idge Rd), 686 (Epworth Rd), 672 (Johnson Creek), Lovell Pond, 672 (Johnson Creek), 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 1702 (Parker Rd), Carrollwood, 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 687 (Fish La ke Rd), 686 (Epworth Rd), 873 (Shady Valley Rd), 686 (Epworth Rd), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), 884 (Speas Mill Rd), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Highway), 973 (Clearview Dr), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), 841 (Mainline Rd), 929 (Leonhardt Rd), 841 (Mainline Rd), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy) and on to Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High School. DRIVER : VASSIE VAUGHT BUS NO: 53 students in grades Bus route begins on 807 (Mt Bethel Rd), 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 901 (Little Rock Rd), 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 691 (Orchard Gap Rd), 670 (Wi llow Hill Rd), 678 (Old Dominion Rd), 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 823 (Timber Rd), 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 691 (Bear Trail), 1051 (Crotts Hollow Rd), 691 (Bear Trail), 688 (Little Bear Trail), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), 892 (Sherman Dr), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy) and on to Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High Schoo DRIVER : MELONIE HAYNES BUS NO.: 1 students in grades K-7. Bus route begins on 691 (Flower Gap Rd), 788 (McCraw Rd), Beck Hollow Rd, 696 (Chestnut Grove Rd), 843 (York Thicket), 1135 (Corb ett Rd), 843 (York Thicket), 696 (Chestnut Grove Rd), 696 (Holly Grove Rd), 696 (Goat House Rd), 696 (Holly Grove Rd), 696 (Chestnut Grove Rd), 840 (Mountain Valley), 795 (Parkwood), 896 (Lyons Hollow), 944 (Bobbitt Hollow Rd), 774 (Imogene Rd), 842 (Walker Dr), 774 (Imogene Rd), 869 (Beauty Shop Rd), 620 (Old Pipers Gap Rd), 691 (Flower Gap Rd), and on into St. Paul School to unload. DRIVER : AMY HAYNES BUS NO: 44 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 7:00 A.M. students in grades K-7. Bus route begins on 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 677 (Blossom View), 677 (Orchard View ), Orchard Gap Rd, 670 (Willow Hill), 678 (Old Dominion Rd), 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 901 (Little Rock Rd), 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 807 (Mt Bethel Rd), 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 804 (L ovell Pond), 686 (Epworth Rd), and on to St. Paul School to unload. DRIVER : JUDY LEFTWICH BUS NO.: 26 Wednesday, July 26, students in grades K-7. Bus Route will begin at 679 (Wards Gap Rd), 1702 (Parker Rd), Carrollwood, Horizon Dr, 687 (Fish Lake Rd), left on 686 (Epworth Rd), to Hwy 52S (Fancy G ap Hwy). Then bus travels to 979 (Virgilina Cir), Hwy 52S (Fancy Gap Hwy) to the state line, bus turns around, 981 (Lanecrest), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), 687 (Fish Lake Rd), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), 927 (Splitrail Rd), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hw y), 884 (Speas Mill Rd), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy),973 (Clearview), Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), Plantation Dr, Hwy 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy) and on to St Paul School. DRIVER : SUBSTITUTE DRIVER SCHOOLS: BUS NO: 67 students in grades Bus route begins on 843 (York Thicket), 1135 (Corbett Rd), 843 (York Thicket), 695 (Chestnut Grove Rd), 696 (Holly Grove Rd), 696 (Chestnut Grove Rd), 795 (Parkwood Rd), 840 (Mtn Valley), 696 (Chestnut Grove Rd), 896 (Lyons Hollow), 696 (Chestnut Grove Rd), 620 (Lambsburg Rd), 944 (Bobbitt Hollow Rd), 620 (Lambsburg Rd), Beck Hollow Rd, 788 (McCraw Rd), 832 (Surratt), 774 (Imogene Rd), 842 (Walker Rd), 774 (Imogene Rd) to 620 (Lambsburg Rd), 869 (Beauty Shop Rd), back to 620 (Lambsburg Rd), to 691 (Flower Gap Rd), Rt 52 (Fancy Gap Hwy), then on to Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High School. DRIVER : PAUL HENLEY SCHOOLS : Bus No: 57 FIRST PICK UP TIME : 6:58 A.M. ROUTE DESCRIPTION Bus will pick up students in grades Bus Route begins on 743 (Airport Rd), Shiloh Rd, 803 (Five Forks Rd), back to 743 (Airport Rd). It continues on 743 (Airport Rd) to 956 (Rolling Hills) back on 743 (Airport Rd), 620 (Coulson Church Rd), 932 (Kaywood Dr), 620 (Coulson Church Rd), 838 (Broadway Ln), 707 (Mt Zion Rd) to the bridge, 620 (Coulson Church Rd), 1109 (Rabbits Run), 948 (Honeycutt Dam Rd), 1137 (Hawks Landing), 1136 (Falcon Dr ), 948 (Honeycutt Dam Rd), 872 (Woodlawn Rd) then goes on in to Carroll County Middle School and to Carroll County High School. DRIVER : TERRY VAUGHAN BUS NO.: 3 students in grades Bus Route begins on 707 (Senior Rd), 707 (Training Center Rd) to 707 (Partridge Rd), Rt 58 (Carrollton Pike) to 1116 (Drew Ridge Rd), 759 (Carrollwood Rd), Acorn Drive, Rt 58 (Carrollton Pike), 872 (Woodlawn Rd), 701 (Joy Ranch Rd), 706 (Glade Creek Rd), 708 (Breezy Ridge Rd), 1110 (Glenmont Rd), 1112 (Lonesome Dove Dr), 708 (Breezy Ridge Rd), and 895 (Windsor Rd). Bus then travels to Carroll County Middle School and Carroll County High School. Once bus unloads at Carroll County High School, it will wait for RAE Center students and transport them to the RAE Center. 302 South Main St. Galax, VA Cathy Dowling Manager Have a Safe School Year! Welcome back students! Phone: (276) Toll-Free: Fax: (276) N. Main St. Hillsville, VA life. auto. property. health business. you

6 6 Wednesday, July 26, 2017 The Carroll News School supply lists for Carroll County Schools Laurel Elementary School Supply List Kindergarten: bookbag 8 glue sticks scissors (blunt tip) Pencil box (5 x 8 ) Pocket Folder #2 Pencils (24pk) Complete change of clothes Quart & gallon baggies Disinfectant wipes Liquid soap 5 oz. plastic cups First grade: 2 boxes 16 count crayons (blunt tip) 24 pack #2 pencils Pencil case with zipper Bookbag 1 box pencil cap erasers 1 big pink eraser (1) 4 oz white liquid glue 4 glue sticks Baby wipes Second grade: Backpack 24 pack of crayons 2 glue sticks (1) 24 pack #2 pencils 2 packs of erasers (2) pocket folders-just plain Small pencil box 2 boxes of tissues Ziplock baggies (quart size) Hand soap Clorox wipes Third grade: 1 pk mechanical pencils (12) #2 pencils 3 packs wide ruled paper 3 glue sticks 1 bottle liquid white glue Big sturdy pencil pouch Box 24 crayons Big pink erasers Pencil sharpener scissors 1 spiral notebook 2 pocket folders Tape Highlighters 12 ruler 1 pk 24 colored pencils Clorox wipes Liquid soap (unscented) Check out our Steer Clear Program. When your teen gets ready to drive, we re there. They learn safe driving and you get lower rates. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. GET TO A BETTER STATE TM. CALL ME TODAY Quart zip lock bags Gallon zip lock bags Fourth grade: 4 packs wooden pencils 3 glue sticks 1 pack loose leaf paper Pencil pouch or pencil box Inexpensive headphones/ buds 2 packs cap erasers Small pencil sharpener (1) 3 ring binder 3 pack highlighters Dry Erase markers Clorox wipes Liquid soap Fifth grade: 2 packs #2 pencils blunt tip 1 composition notebook (marbled) 2 pocket folders without prongs (1) 1 inch 3 ring binder Pencil erasers Pencil pouch or box 4 pack glue sticks Highlighters Inexpensive headphones/ buds Sanitizing wipes Optional items (If not on previous LES lists): Sanitizer Ziplock bags Magic markers Art supplies Extra pencils Extra erasers Hand soap Paper towels Extra pencils/crayons Extra Clorox wipes Extra paper People may obtain more information by visiting ccpsd. k12.va.us/ St. Paul School Supply List Kindergarten Supply List: 3 boxes (24) count crayons 10 Glue sticks (Blunt edge) 24 #2 pencils Plastic pocket folder with three brackets Pencil pouch with three rings to fit in pocket folder Pack of dry erase markers Head phones Optional : Clorox Wipes Extra crayons Quart & gallon zip lock bags Extra Glue sticks Extra dry erase markers 1st Grade Supply List: 25 Pencils Pencil Cap Erasers 3 Boxes of 24 Count Crayons 2 Composition Notebooks 10 Glue Sticks 2 Boxes of 1 Box Gallon Size Ziploc Bags 1 Box Sandwich Size Ziploc Bags Plastic Pencil Box 2 zipper Pencil Pouches that fit in a notebook 2-1 inch Binders-New or Used 3 bottles of Elmer s School Glue Hand Wipes (Optional) 2nd Grade Supply List Small Box Crayons (24 Count) Elmer s white glue Pencil sharpener with cover Stick Glue # 2 Pencils (50) Pencil Cap Erasers (50) Hand Wipes (Optional) Dry Erase Marker Spiral Notebook for Journal Small Pencil Box or Pouch 3rd Grade Supply List: Pencils (50) Pencil Cap Erasers (50) 24 Count Crayons 1 Pack Loose-Leaf Paper (Wide-Ruled) 1 Bottle White Glue 2 Boxes of Book Bag 1-inch Binder (Solid Color) Dry Erase Markers 2-1 subject wide ruled spiral notebooks Hand Wipes (Optional) Colored Pencils 6 Glue Sticks Clorox Wipes 4th Grade Supply List: 1 inch 3 ring binder 3 Ring Zipper Pencil Pouch 1 pair of ear buds Pencils & erasers Yellow highlighter Dry Erase Marker Glue Sticks Science 1 ½ inch 3 ring binder Sheet protectors 1 pack of paper 2 bottles of glue 2 rolls tape 1 roll duct Tape 1 container of Clorox wipes 4th Grade Continued: Reading/Writing 1 ½ inch 3 ring binder 3 subject spiral notebook w/ plastic cover Clipboard Glue sticks Loose leaf notebook paper Magic Markers #2 Pencils Math 2 inch 3 ring binder 3 packs of loose leaf paper

7 The Carroll News Wednesday, July 26, Glue sticks, pencils U.S. History 2 1 subject spiral notebooks Optional: Kleenex, Roll of Paper Towels Ziploc Bags (any size) 5th Grade Supply List: 1 inch 3 ring binder 3 Ring Zipper Pencil Pouch 1 pair of ear buds Pencils & erasers Yellow highlighter Dry Erase Marker Glue Sticks Science 1 ½ inch 3 ring binder Sheet protectors 1 pack of paper 2 bottles of glue 2 rolls tape 1 roll duct Tape 1 container of Clorox wipes Reading Writing sheet composition books (not spiral) 4-8 glue sticks 1 pack yellow sticky notes Math 1 1 subject spiral notebook Pencils U.S. History 2 1 subject spiral notebooks Not Required But Appreciated: Clorox or Lysol Wipes Kleenex Roll of Paper Towels Ziploc Bags (any size) 7th Grade Supply List 2 Three-ring binder Supply of loose leaf paper 1 pack of clear page protectors Large supply of #2 pencils 1 pack of large pink or white erasers for large areas and clean erasures (paper mate pink pearl) Math 3-ring binder Loose leaf paper Pencils Highlighter Ti-30 Xa Calculator (optional) Science 1 One-subject notebook or 1 binder Civics 1 Five subject notebook Glue sticks Colored Pencils Optional but appreciated: Kleenex/ 6th Grade Supply List: English/Language Arts 2 Three-ring binder Supply of loose leaf paper 1 pack of clear page protectors Large supply of #2 pencils 1 pack of large pink or white erasers for large areas and clean erasures (paper mate pink pearl) Math 3-ring binder Loose leaf paper Pencils Highlighter Ti-30 Xa Calculator (optional) Science 1 One-subject notebook or 1 binder U.S. History 1 Five subject notebook Glue sticks Optional but appreciated: Kleenex/ Gladesboro Elementary School Third grade supply list: Needed: 1 pack 24 count pencils 1 pack of fine tip dry erase markers (for use during math) 1 pack of clear view sheet protectors 2 boxes of tissues 2 packs of wide rule notebook paper 1 pack of crayons 1 pack of glue sticks 4- one subject notebooks- one each in yellow, blue, green, red (if possible) 1-3 ring binder- 2 inch Optional: extra pencils extra glue sticks extra big pink erasers extra wide rule loose-leaf paper 1 box gallon zip-top bags index cards (white and colors) dry erase markers (fine tip) Gladesboro Classroom Supplies (*Modified for Mrs. Odum s & Mrs Storkey s Classroom) This list is very similar to the list published by CCPS. Some items have been removed and replaced with less expensive items. Please do not bring items that are not listed: 6 composition books, 100 sheets each, not spiral bound (Wal-mart and Staples usually run these on sale for 50 cents to a dollar each). 1-3 Subject Notebook (plastic cover preferred but not required) 1 pack of colored pencils 1 pack fine tip dry erase markers 1 crayon box 2 highlighters 4 glue sticks 2 packs of pencils 1-1 inch binder 1 pair of scissors 4 packs of notebook paper 3 pocket folders (NO prongs) (without wheels) 1 box of tissues or Clorox Wipes **Required Student Planner** (Available to purchase for $3 during open house) Wish List: These items can be donated throughout the school year. Keep in mind these are much needed Clorox Disinfectant Wipes Baby Wipes Paper Towels Any Ziplock size sandwich bags (gallon, quart etc). Mrs. Massei s School Supply List First Grade count crayons 24 pencils 6- regular size glue sticks (no jumbo size, please) 4- fine tip dry erase markers, of any color (these are for your child s personal use) count standard size index cards Small, plastic school supply box Boys: 2 boxes of tissues Girls: 1 box quart size Ziploc bags Optional Items Which Are Always Appreciated: Baby wipes Gladesboro Elementary School Second Grade Back to School Supply List glue sticks scissors 24 #2 pencils small supply box 1 pack cap erasers 1 pack wide ruled loose-leaf Paper 1-3 subject wide ruled notebook 2-1 subject wide ruled notebooks inexpensive headphones crayons Donations: zip-lock bags hand sanitizer tissues disinfecting wipes dry erase markers Kindergarten Supply List: 1 kindergarten rest mat-we will be providing these for a donation as they are cheaper to buy in bulk! You may make the decision on Visitation Day in August! Regular size backpack Change of clothing including socks and underwear. I will send home a plastic Ziploc bag for these items in the summer! Put names on the above items. I will provide the pencil box, crayons, glue, scissors, pencils and erasers. I like for all the students to have the same items so that there are no hurt feelings. Because it is fun to buy school supplies, you may want to purchase some to keep at home for homework during the year! I will give you a list of a few items that your child will need by the end of August on Visitation Day. ***The following items are not required, but would be appreciated any time during the year if you would like to donate: Individually wrapped candy, paper plates (large and small) Large containers of baby wipes and liquid soap. Thank you in advance for providing the above items. We are going to have a great year! I am looking forward to having your child in kindergarten- Mrs. K. Hillsville Elementary School Supply List : Kindergarten Book Bag Liquid Glue (1) Pencil Box Large Pink Erasers 24 Count Crayons Quart zip baggies 4 Glue Sticks Gallon zip baggies Blunt Tip Inexpensive 24 Pack # 2 Pencils Rest Mat Complete Change of Clothes labeled in bag First Grade 2 packs 24 pack crayons 1 subject wide ruled notebook 4 glue sticks 1 pack Index Cards Blunt Tip scissors Inexpensive 24 pack # 2 Pencils Pencil Box Second Grade 24 Pack Crayons 1 pack wide-ruled loose leaf paper 2 Glue Sticks 1-3 Subject wide-ruled notebook Blunt Tip ring binder 24 #2 Pencils Highlighter Pencil Box Third Grade 2 packs Pencils 2 packs wide-rules loose-leaf paper 24 ct. Crayons 5 1 subject wide ruled notebooks 1 pack Colored Pencils 2 glue sticks 1 pack index cards Blunt-tip scissors 1 box sandwich zip top bags 2 Pocket Folders Fourth Grade 2 packs Pencils Pencil box/pouch 1 pack Colored Pencils 2 pocket folders 6 glue sticks Inexpensive 3 1 subject notebooks 1 pack highlighters 1 pack loose-leaf paper Fifth Grade 3 packs loose-leaf paper 2 packs Pencils 1 Three Pronged Folder 4 black dry erase makers 2 1 subject notebooks 3 Marbled Composition notebooks 3 1 inch binders 2 glue sticks Inexpensive Optional Items Antibacterial Wipes Dry Erase Markers Extras of necessary items Sandwich Bags Quart-size bags Gallon-size bags (Some items may need to be replaced as the year progresses.)

8 Index Cards Highlighter 1 pkg. wide rules loose leaf paper Donations/not required baggies Wipes Erasers Extra pencils Second Grade 2 packs wooden pencils Cap erasers Pencil box Crayons Glue sticks Highlighter (2 different colors) 2-2 pocket folders with brads 1 pack loose leaf paper Get up to 2 FREE GB for life, plus a NEW 4G Smartphone for only $4.99*/mo! 2-1 subject notebooks Donations/Not Required: Wipes (Some items may need to be replaced as the year progresses.) Third Grade 2 packs wooden pencils Erasers Pencil pouch (No boxes) 6 glue sticks 1 three subject notebooks (wide rule) 2 different colored highlighters 1 folder Bookbag Donations/Not required: Two Cool Offers that Will Definitely Float Your Boat. Extra pencils Clorox wipe Fourth grade: 2 packs #2 wooden pencils 2 packs of colored pencils 4 packs glue sticks Pencil pouch for binder (no boxes) 4 highlighters 1 pack ink pens (any color) 2-3 subject notebooks (plastic cover. 1 will be for science. 1 will be for VA studies.) 2-5 subject notebook (plastic cover) (1 will be for reading/language arts. 1 will be for math.) (no wheels) Binders will be provided by school. Donations/not required: Sanitizing wipes **Some items may need to be replaced as the year progresses. Fifth Grade 2 packs #2 wooden pencils 2 packs colored pencils Cap erasers 1 pack ink pens any color Pencil pouch for binder (no boxes) 1 pack highlighters 4 packs glue sticks 1 pack sheet protectors (if not left at school) 2-3 subject notebooks (with plastic covers) (1 will be for science. 1 will be for US History.) 2-5 subject notebooks (with Best Wishes For A Successful School Year! TAM plastic covers) (1 will be for reading/language arts. 1 will be for math.) Donations/Not Required: Sanitizing wipes Index cards Extra colored pencils **Some items may need to be replaced as the year progresses. Pre-K Necessary (please put names on these items): Small pillow (no larger than a loaf of bread) Blanket (small) Complete change of clothes **Some items may need to be replaced as the year progresses. Machine Shop Services 3123 Carrollton Pike, Woodlawn Va Fancy Gap Elementary Back To School Supply List: Kindergarten Crayons Glue sticks #pencils Rest mat Small blanket or bath towel (for rest) Book Bag Donations/not required wipes (Some items may need to be replaced as the year progresses.) First Grade 24 crayons 4 glue sticks child s safety scissors 24 pencils pencil box 2-1 subject notebooks The Carroll News BREAKFAST 6:00AM HOTDOGS-BURGERS-SANDWICHES COLD BEER-SOFT DRINKS-COFFEE CIGARETTES-SMOKELESS LIBERTY GAS-HIGH PERFORMANCE DIESEL FUEL LIVE BAIT & FISHING SUPPLIES *Certain restrictions apply. See store for details SOUTH MAIN HILLSVILLE,VA Wednesday, July 26, 2017

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