Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year at Caroline High School. My name is Mr. George W. Honeycutt, or Officer Honeycutt. I have been an officer of the law for 16 years all of which have been with Caroline County Sheriff’s Office and two years as a Detention Officer at Peumansend Creek Regional Jail. For the past ten 10 years I was a School Resource Officer, Instructor/Mentor of the D.A.R.E. program and a D.A.R.E. officer working at the elementary schools in Caroline. My most enjoyable and rewarding experiences have always been with the students of Caroline and working community events around Caroline. I am also a Police Officer (part-time) in the town of Bowling Green.
I have been married to Mrs. Honeycutt for 24 years, and we have four boys two of whom have attended Caroline County Public Schools and now attend college in Virginia. The other two boys still attend Caroline County Public Schools. I am an avid Pittsburgh fan enjoying the Steelers, Penguins, and Pirates. I enjoy outdoor activities like boating, volleyball and riding my motorcycle with my wife. I also enjoy reading comic books with my boys.
This year I will be teaching Criminal Justice I and Criminal Justice II. Criminal Justice I is about the understanding the criminal justice system and its process. It also involves nature and causes of crime, criminal law and law enforcement behaviors. Criminal Justice II is about the understanding of court trials, sentencing, jails & prisons, probation and juvenile justice. Criminal Justice II will also be certified in Basic first aid and CPR/AED and learn how to do traffic stops and direct traffic.
For this class you will need to be completely prepared each day with a writing utensil, colored pencils, glue stick, scissors, and your one or two subject notebook. You will be required to keep an up-to-date notebook, like an interactive notebook, which will be graded and used as an organizational tool. I will also keep a classroom notebook.
I am hopeful you had a restful and enjoyable summer. I am looking forward to working beside you, and teaching you my passion of law enforcement.
Caroline County High School