New & Noteworthy

  • Superintendent to Host Community Feedback Sessions

    Cabarrus County Schools will begin to develop its Strategic Plan that will guide our work through 2020. Dr. Lowder will host Community Feedback Sessions throughout the district beginning in October. Learn more. 09/25/2018

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  • Cochran Named Principal of the Year

    Congratulations to Corey Cochran, principal of Mount Pleasant Elementary School, who has been selected as the 2018-2019 Cabarrus County Schools Principal of the Year in a program sponsored by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and Wells Fargo. Read more.

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  • Assistant Principal of the Year Selected

    Congratulations to Danielle Lucas, assistant principal at Royal Oaks Elementary School, who has been selected as the 2018-2019 Assistant Principal of the Year for Cabarrus County Schools. Read more. 09/24/2018

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  • You’re Invited – Program Choice Fair

    Cabarrus County Schools will host its annual Program Choice Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 9th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Jay M. Robinson High School. Read more. 09/21/2018

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

  • Superintendent's Message
    September 11, 2018

    The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) recently released its 2017-2018 READY Accountability Data, which included graduation rates, School Performance Grades, student proficiency and academic growth. A couple of highlights for our district include 88 percent – 32 schools – met or exceeded academic growth targets for students and an 89.2 percent graduation rate, which is higher than the state average.
    Although we are pleased that our graduation rate continues to outpace the state average, we are not content. We will continue to focus our efforts to ensure that all of our students graduate and that we are making our schools and classrooms spaces that engage students and facilitate learning.
    Cabarrus County Schools is fortunate to have outstanding community support for our students, staff and district. Once again this year, several organizations and community members donated school supplies to help students begin the new year with essential items.

    Read more. 09/11/2018

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