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  • High School Athletics and Band Updates

    Cabarrus County Schools will continue to postpone the beginning of summer workouts for fall sports and bands. This decision aligns with Governor Roy Cooper's directives to extend Phase Two. Read more 08/06/2020

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  • CCS to Host Virtual Open House Events

    As we prepare for the new school year, families will begin receiving information from their schools about plans for device distribution and virtual open house events. Read more. 08/05/2020

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  • BOE Votes for Remote Learning

    The Cabarrus County Board of Education held a Called Meeting on July 23, 2020, and voted 4 to 3 to begin the 2020-2021 school year utilizing full remote learning (Plan C) for all students. Read more 07/23/2020

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  • School Year & Re-Entry Plans Update

    CCS leaders continue to refine the district’s reopening plans for the 2020-2021 school year. Get the latest information. Read more 07/20/2020

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  • High School Athletics Update

    Cabarrus County Schools will postpone summer workouts for high school fall sports and band until at least Monday, Aug. 10th, aligning with the extension of the state’s Phase Two reopening. Read more 07/16/2020

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  • 2020-2021 School Year Re-Entry Plans

    Gov. Roy Cooper announced on July 14, 2020, that N.C. public schools would return to school for the 2020-2021 academic year utilizing a mixture of in-person and remote learning, allowing school districts flexibility to utilize remote learning as an option. Read more 07/15/2020

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A Bi-Monthly Message from Dr. Chris Lowder, Superintendent

  • Superintendent's Message
    August 6, 2020


    In a matter of days, we will begin the 2020-2021 school year, and there is no doubt that this year will be vastly different than years past. Yet, we remain excited to begin the year and embark on new opportunities for learning.
     
    As you know, Cabarrus County Schools will begin the school year utilizing remote learning. However, it will not look like the remote learning from the spring. Our expectations for teaching and learning are higher, and we are better prepared to deliver instruction to our students.
     
    You will learn more about expectations for students from your child’s school when you attend the Virtual Open House events planned for the week of Aug. 10. You can find the schedule in the upcoming events section of this page. Additionally, to facilitate and support our students’ remote learning, each student will receive a Chromebook. Schools will manage the distribution just as they did in the spring and will share details about their distribution plans with you.
     
     
    Click the article headline above to read more. 08/06/2020

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