New & Noteworthy

  • BOE Considering ROES Boundary Options

    At its Work Session on Monday, Oct. 2nd, the Cabarrus County Board of Education began reviewing boundary options for the new Royal Oaks Elementary School, which will open in August 2018. Learn more. 10/03/2017

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  • Assistant Principal of the Year Selected

    Congratulations to Richard Wells, assistant principal of instruction at Winecoff Elementary School, who has been selected as the district’s 2017-2018 Assistant Principal of the Year. Read more. 09/29/2017

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  • Important Upcoming Dates

    Parents and Students: Don’t forget these important dates. From early dismissals to days out of school and holidays-- see the full list here. 09/25/2017

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  • Graduation Dates Set for Class of 2018

    CCS will hold most graduation ceremonies on June 8th and 9th at the Cabarrus Arena & Events Center. The Early College High School will hold its graduation ceremony on Saturday, May 19th at 10 a.m. at Cox Mill High School. See article for specific dates and times. 09/27/2018

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  • You’re Invited – Program Choice Fair

    Cabarrus County Schools will host its annual Program Choice Fair (formerly School Choice Fair) on Wednesday, Oct. 11th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Jay M. Robinson High School. Read more. 09/25/2017

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District Spotlight

  • Superintendent's Message

    October is National Principals Month. We will be celebrating our principals and assistant principals throughout the month. I am honored to work with such an outstanding group of leaders. They are integral to the success of our students and our school system.

    Speaking of outstanding leaders, please join me in congratulating Liz Snyder, principal of Hickory Ridge Middle School, who has been named our Principal of the Year and Richie Wells, assistant principal of instruction at Winecoff Elementary School, who was selected as our Assistant Principal of the Year.

    We look forward to welcoming you to our Program Choice Fair (formerly known as School Choice Fair) Oct. 11th at Jay M. Robinson High School. Representatives from all of our magnet schools and academies including: International Baccalaureate, STEM, language immersion, early colleges, and year- round school will be available to answer questions and share information. Rising high school students also can learn about our National Academy Foundation-certified programs in areas such as engineering, information technology, finance, tourism and health sciences.
    Read more [10/09/17]

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