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During the COVID-19 state-ordered school closure we encourage families that have newly moved to Cabarrus County to stay connected to the school they were at during the closure to promote continuity for students if they have an on-line format. This assumes that the student has not been withdrawn or dropped.
If a parent wants to enroll her or his child while our buildings are closed but we are "in session" for electronic content we will accept enrollments though emailing the required documents to your school's registrar.
Please note that due to social distancing and the stay at home order we cannot notarize the suspension statement on the back of the form. Once schools are opened to students again we will require the parent come to notarize the statement on the first day back. If we discover the student is under a term of suspension we reserve the right to reassign accordingly.
Parents who have recently relocated to our attendance zone can complete the online enrollment form located here and provide two separate proofs of domicile from each of the required sources, and all other required information listed here: https://www.cabarrus.k12.nc.us/Domain/516 along with previous school transcripts, if available. This information should be scanned and emailed to Crystal.Hall@cabarrus.k12.nc.us
This year, our school yearbook will be ordered ONLINE only through Josten's. You can also order by phone at 877-767-5217. The yearbook will be a soft cover 48 page book and will cost just $15 as in years past. The deadline for ordering is Friday, June 12th. Yearbooks will be delivered to students. ***BE SURE to indicate your child's classroom teacher.*** Click here to order your yearbook today!
Josten's also provides a school store with clothes and graduation gifts. These items are shipped directly to you.
For more information, please contact our office staff:
Front Cover Winners: Brystal Burris & Walker Wyatt
Back Cover: Connor Ballard, Colby Duke & Aiden Saxman, Lyra Scheib, Madison Krome & Connor Luce, Karish Brown, Mylie Grace Lowder, Katelyn Coley, Zoe Griffin, Anna Hahn & Kate Measimer
The NC Pre-K Program is designed to provide high-quality educational experiences to enhance school readiness for eligible four-year-old children. The NC Pre-K Program Requirements are built on the National Education Goals Panel’s premise that to be successful academically in school, children need to be prepared in all five of the developmental domains that are critical to children’s overall well-being and success in reading and math as they enter school: