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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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  • JMRHS Band Headed to Hawaii

    The Pride of Robinson Marching Band has been invited to participate in the 80th Annual Pearl Harbor Day Parade in Hawaii later this year, representing the Eastern United States and the State of North Carolina. Read more 03/04/2021

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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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A Message from Brian Schultz, Acting Superintendent

  • Acting Superintendent Schultz
    February 24, 2021
     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.