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Welcome Back to the 2015-2016 School Year

  • 2015-2016 Supply Lists

    Each grade level has a unique list of supplies that every student needs to bring with him/her on the first day of school. Thank you for helping prepare your child for this school year!

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  • Student Supply Fee

    All CCS students are asked to a supply fee each school year. The fee is $10/student per school year. All fees collected will be used at the school where the student is enrolled. Parents may pay the fee by sending it to school with their student(s) or they may pay online through their school’s website. Schools will use the fees collected to help offset reductions to the instructional supply budget. Community members also may donate to a general Student Supply Fee Fund that will be distributed among the district’s schools.

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  • The Importance of School Attendance

    Bringing Attendance Home, a video from Attendance Works, features parents talking to other parents about reducing absenteeism. Filmed in schools across the country, the video offers tips for parents and schools to improve student attendance. There is also a version dubbed in Spanish.

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  • Online Free & Reduced Lunch Applications

    Apply on-line for your child/children to receive free or reduced price school meals. The website, www.lunchapplication.com, is designed to guide your through the process. The application will be sent directly to Cabarrus County Schools, and once the application has been received, the district office will determine the eligibility and send a letter to you. Paper applications are still available.

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Awards and Recognitions

  • Jimmie Johnson Grant Irvin Receives Grant from the Jimmie Johnson Foundation
    The Jimmie Johnson Foundation along with Lowe’s Toolbox for Education has awarded our school a grant for $40,316 to build a track in the back of our school.  Our new track will include workout stations and will be built this spring. Thanks Jimmie Johnson Foundation!  

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  • Hometown Hero WM Irvin Teacher Can Win $250 for Classroom Supplies 
    Charlotte law firm, Charles G. Monnett III and Associates are giving a deserving teacher $250 for classroom supplies through a program called Hometown Heros.  To nominate a deserving Irvin teacher, select carolinalaw.com and select the "Vote" button.  Click here for more information.  
     

     
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