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  • Important Upcoming Dates

    Parents and Students: Don’t forget these important dates. From days out of school to holidays-- see the full list here. 10/17/2018

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  • Two-Hour Delay Friday, Oct. 12th

    As a safety precaution, Cabarrus County Schools will operate on a 2-hour delay on Friday, October 12th. KIDS:PLUS also will operate on a 2-hour delay. Because parts of our county have debris from downed tree branches and some high water, Read more 10/11/2018

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  • Community Feedback Session Rescheduled

    The Oct. 11th Strategic Plan Community Feedback Session at Royal Oaks Elementary School has been rescheduled to Tuesday, Oct. 23rd at 6:30 p.m. All other session dates remain the same. Read more 10/11/2018

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  • Tropical Storm Impacts CCS

    Cabarrus County Schools will be closed for students Thursday, Oct. 11th as heavy rain and wind from Hurricane Michael, now a tropical storm, are expected to move through our area. The make-up day will be Jan. 2, 2019. 10/11/2019

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  • October is National Bullying Prevention Month

    Every October, individuals from the across the nation, and around the world, unite in a campaign to keep all youth safe from bullying. Cabarrus County Schools is proud to join in this annual effort. Read more. 10/01/2018

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

  • Superintendent's Message
    October 01, 2018


    Congratulations to Mount Pleasant Elementary School Principal Corey Cochran, our 2018-2019 Principal of the Year! We surprised Mr. Cochran at a staff meeting on Sept. 20th to announce the news. Congratulations also are in order for Danielle Lucas, newly named Assistant Principal of the Year. Ms. Lucas is an assistant principal at Royal Oaks Elementary School. We will celebrate both of these outstanding administrators this month and all of our other school administrators during National Principals Month.
     
    This month also is National Bullying Prevention Month. This international campaign unites communities around the world to educate and raise awareness of bullying prevention. Cabarrus County Schools is proud to join in this annual effort. Throughout the month, our students and staff will initiate and participate in activities and events designed to encourage kindness and inclusion.
     
    Our district is beginning to develop a new strategic plan, which will guide our work through 2020. I will be hosting feedback sessions for school staff and the community to gather input for the new plan.
     

    Read more. 10/01/2018

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