New & Noteworthy

  • Inclement Weather Procedures – ‘Tis the Season

    Cabarrus County Schools wants to help parents, staff and the community prepare for any changes to the school schedule that might occur as a result of inclement weather or other emergency situations. Read more. 12/07/2016

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  • BOE Members Sworn In, Leaders Selected

    Incumbent Cabarrus County Board of Education Members David Harrison, Barry Shoemaker and Rob Walter, along with Cindy Fertenbaugh, took the oath of office during a ceremony at the BOE work session on Monday, Dec. 5th. Read more. 12/05/2016

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  • School Choice Applications Now Available

    Applications for School Choice Programs are now being accepted. The applications are for entry into programs beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. To apply online, visit the School Choice website or select the Apply Now button located on our district website. Read more.

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  • Schools Recognized as Global-Education Ready

    Congratulations to Harrisburg Elementary and Harris Road Middle Schools on their designations as Global-Education Ready Schools. Read more. 11/09/2016

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  • CCS Receives Award for Strategic Leadership

    Cabarrus County Schools has been selected as a recipient of the 2016 Benjamin B. Tregoe Award for Strategic Leadership in Education, which is given to school districts that achieve enduring results using TregoED tools for collaborative problem solving and decision making. Read more. 11/08/2016

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District Spotlight

  • Superintendent's Message


    I am pleased to share with you that our district received the 2016 Benjamin B. Tregoe Award for Strategic Leadership in Education. TregoED gives the award to school districts that have achieved enduring results using the company’s tools for collaborative problem solving and decision making.

    By using TregoED tools, our district has created a systematic, transparent budget process that includes soliciting input from district personnel at all levels, as well as County Commissioners, parents and community members. Our process, coupled with the TregoED tools, have yielded increased understanding and buy-in by diverse stakeholders about our districts’ financial needs. We also use TregoED processes in other areas such as hiring decisions, choosing student programs, and technology planning. Read more. [11/11/16]

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