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  • CMHS Soccer Championship Bound

    We’re sending good luck to the Cox Mill High School Women’s Soccer Team as it heads to Greensboro to play for the state championship! The Chargers will take on Chapel Hill High School at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 15th at Grimsley High School. Go Chargers!

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  • Celebrating School Nurse Day

    National School Nurse Day is May 12th. School nurses champion the whole student every day of the year. But, on National School Nurse Day, we take special time to celebrate the contributions that school nurses are making to the health and learning of all Cabarrus County Schools students. Read more

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  • MPHS Student Elected

    Congratulations to Abby Isenhour, a sophomore at Mount Pleasant High School, on her election as the 2021-2022 vice president of the North Carolina Technology Students Association (TSA). Read more

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  • Substitute Teacher Running

    Cabarrus County Schools is super proud of Substitute Teacher Richard Sexton, an ultramarathoner who is on a 750-mile, 30-day journey running across North Carolina with a 25-pound slam ball attached! Read more.

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A Message from Brian Schultz, Interim Superintendent

  • Acting Superintendent Schultz
    May 13, 2021
    May is a busy month for celebrations and special observances in Cabarrus County Schools. Just last week, we celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week. Now, more than ever, we say ‘thank you’ to our teachers. They have had a challenging year having to navigate in-person and remote learning, adapt to changing safety guidelines and operating schedules. They have completely changed the way they teach and are still connecting with their students regardless of where they are learning.  
    I hope you had a chance to watch our Teacher of the Year Recap video, but in case you missed it, you can view it in the New & Noteworthy section of our district website.
    This month, we also will celebrate National School Nurse Day on May 12th. We have a long-standing partnership with Cabarrus Health Alliance and its school nurse program. Throughout the pandemic, and especially as we have returned to in-person learning, our school nurses’ knowledge and expertise have been invaluable.
    May also is Mental Health Awareness Month. Our teams of school social workers, psychologists and counselors are dedicated professionals who offer our students and families a variety of programs and resources to support their emotional health and well-being. This month, we also will observe Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month to recognize the contributions and influence Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans have made to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States.
    Other notable observances this month include National School Lunch Hero Day and National Child Care Provider Day on May 7th and National Police Week May 10th-14th.  We are thankful to our School Nutrition staff, KIDS:PLUS staff and our School Resources Officers who tirelessly serve our students to ensure their care, health, and safety before, during, and after school hours.