New & Noteworthy

  • Summer Learning Kits Available

    CCS school students in grades K-4 will have access to Summer Learning Kits to jumpstart their learning for the coming school year. The kits will be available the week of July 13 through July 30. Read more 07/13/2020

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  • WMES Set to Open in August

    Wolf Meadow Elementary School will begin on Aug. 17 and follow the traditional school year calendar for the 2020-2021 academic year. The decision to change the school’s calendar was made as CCS continues to follow the data related to COVID-19. Read more 07/06/2020

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  • Graduation Ceremony Videos, Photos Now Available

    Relive special moments of the Class of 2020 graduation ceremonies at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Video recordings of each school’s ceremony are now available on the CCS YouTube channel. Graduates and their families also can now access photos taken by the NC Department of Public Instruction and DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation. Read more 07/06/2020

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  • Virtual Academy Set to Open

    Cabarrus County Schools will open a new Virtual Academy as a Program Choice option for the 2020-21 school year. The goal of the Academy is to provide flexibility, personalized learning, and enrichment for students. Read more 07/02/2020

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  • CCS to Postpone Summer Athletic Workouts

    Summer workouts for high school fall sports and bands will be postponed until July 20, 2020. This decision is being made out of an abundance of caution. Read more 07/01/2020

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  • Graduation 2020 Photo Gallery Now Available

    We had such a great time celebrating the Class of 2020. Take a few minutes to enjoy these amazing photos taken by the CCS Communications Team. Read more. 06/17/2020

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

  • Superintendent's Message
    July 08, 2020

    Our return-to-school planning teams continue to develop and refine their plans as we anticipate Gov. Cooper’s announcement for the 2020-2021 academic year. Keeping the health and safety of our students and staff top-of-mind, our teams are planning for one of three possible scenarios as indicated by the governor:
    Plan A – Return to in-person learning
    Plan B – Return at 50% (or less) capacity in buildings with numerous guidelines to protect the health and safety of students and staff
    Plan C – Return to remote learning
    Our work teams are considering options that cover a variety of areas which include: curriculum and instruction, transportation, whole child supports, school nutrition, KIDS:PLUS, athletics/band, and building and human resources protocols.  We will share our options for returning to school with the Cabarrus County Board of Education at its meeting on July 13th and will share our final plan as soon as we have clear direction from the governor.
    Click the article headline above to read more. 07/08/2020

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