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Carlinville Primary School houses prek through second grade. There are two sections of prek, five sections of kindergarten and first grade four sections of second grade  Enrollment this year is 376 students. 
Curriculum focuses heavily on reading, writing and math in alignment to New Illinois Learning Standards. Science and Social Studies are also taught at the Primary School. 
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Recent News


CPS Tuesday, May 17, 2022 Spring Concert - Shuttles provided - info below
CIS Wednesday, May 18, 2022 Spring Concert - Shuttles provided - info below
ladybugs, tulips

Lunch Bunch is Back!!! Starting June 6, 2022

Monday - Friday from 11am to 1pm - pick up only at the Recreation Hall at 504 West Nicholas St. Please see attached flyer! We would like to thank the Federated Church, Carlinville Area Hospital, Macoupin County Housing and the Community Churches

Regional Champs 7 years in a row at the ICTM (Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics)

Award Winners:
In the Algebra II Written Competition, Hayden Truax finished in 1st place, and Charlie Wilson finished in 3rd place. The Algebra II Team of Truax, Wilson, Maggie DeLong, Kayla Quarton, and Alex Scott finished 1st. These students are all juniors at CHS.

In the Precalculus Written Competition, Eli Ratcliff finished in 1st place, and Aaron Wills finished in 2nd place. The Precalculus Team of Ratcliff, Wills, Kyle Carriker, and Jake Petrovich finished 1st. These students are all seniors at CHS.

In the Oral Competition, Hayden Truax finished in 1st.

As a team, Carlinville finished with a total of 313 points. Highland was the second place finisher, with a total of 277 points.

From left to right, team members are: Clara Gray, Tyler Summers, Christopher Lack, Emily Barbre, Jessica Strubbe, Hayden Truax, Brooke Stewart, Maggie DeLong, Charlie Stewart, Kayla Quarton, Alex Scott, Charlie Wilson, Eli Ratcliff, Aaron Wills, Sam Wilson, Jake Petrovich, and Kyle Carriker. The team is coached by Darrin DeNeve.
17 students in blue shirts