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  • Register for the CCS Teacher Fair

    Are you ready to engage minds and shape futures? Cabarrus County Schools is hiring dedicated educators for the 2021-2022 school year. Join our virtual Teacher Fair for an opportunity to meet administrators from all schools and hiring representatives in real-time. Click the headline to register for our upcoming virtual Teacher Fair!

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  • It's Read Across America Week

    Cabarrus County Schools is celebrating Read Across America Week! Read Across America is a reading motivation awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading. Learn more about it!

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  • About Prom & Spring Dances

    After careful consideration, thoughtful deliberation and due to continued COVID-19 restrictions, Cabarrus County Schools unfortunately will not host proms or other dances this spring. High schools will continue to provide experiences for students (especially our seniors) Read more 03/01/2021

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  • Celebrating Arts Education

    The month of March is designated as Youth Art Month, Music In Our Schools Month, and Theater In Our Schools Month. Learn more about these month-long celebrations that shine the spotlight on CCS fine arts programs and the talented students and teachers in our district.

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A Message from Brian Schultz, Acting Superintendent

  • Acting Superintendent Schultz
    February 24, 2021
     
    Greetings!
     
     I am honored to serve as Acting Superintendent for Cabarrus County Schools. I started my career in 1996 as a 2nd grade teacher on the second floor of the old Winecoff School building. Since that time, I have served Cabarrus County Schools as an assistant principal, principal, director of elementary education, assistant superintendent and deputy superintendent. My most important roles are husband to a CCS teacher and father to one CCS graduate and one current student.
     
    I know firsthand about the amazing work performed by CCS staff that focuses on our students’ academic, social and emotional needs. During my time away from CCS, I also learned what a tremendous reputation the district enjoys across the state.
     
    As we enter this period of transition, I plan to continue to build upon the successful leadership Dr. Lowder has provided the district over the last six years.
     
     
     
     
     
     
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