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Two-Hour Delay Friday, Feb. 27th

Cabarrus County Schools will operate on a two-hour delay Friday, Feb. 27th

Buses will pick students up two hours later than normal. Breakfast will not be served. Schools will dismiss at their normal times. KIDS:PLUS will open two hours later than usual.

Employees should logon to the Finance Department's website for reporting instructions.

  • Important Dates

    3rd Qtr. Progress Reports: March 4th
    Feb. 18th Make-up Day: March 26th (Full Day)
    Feb. 20th Make-up Day: March 27th (Full Day)

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New & Noteworthy

  •  Graduation Information

    Class of 2015 Graduation Information

    As we prepare for the ceremonies, we want to keep our graduates, families, staff and community informed of the specifics. Attendance details, including locations, schedules and practice times are provided here. Read more.[02/24/15]

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  • Two Students Receive Prudential Awards

    Two CCS students have been named North Carolina’s top youth volunteers in the national Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Read more. [02/13/15]

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  •  CCS 2013-14 Annual Report

    New CCS Annual Report Now Available

    The Cabarrus County Schools Annual Report for the 2013-2014 school year – Excellence Shared – is now available online. This edition of the annual report looks at our relationship as a school system to and with the Cabarrus County community. Read more. [02/05/15]

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District Spotlight

  • Odell Teacher Named Hometown Hero

    Congratulations to Dianna Link, a fourth grade teacher at W.R. Odell Elementary School, who has been selected as the January Hometown Hero for Cabarrus County Schools. Read more.

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  • Furr Elementary Holds Literacy Night

    Carl A. Furr Elementary held a Literacy/Multicultural Night on Tuesday, February 3rd. Teachers from each grade level prepared activities for parents to do at home with their students to reinforce the reading skills and strategies used in the classroom. These activities are designed to help student achievement in reading. Read more.

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2015 CCS Parent Satisfaction Survey Link

Click To Visit MPMS Replacement Project Resource Page