Each week the EMPOWER team adds resources to its Canvas page for scholars, parents, and teachers. Visit our page to access everything from SEL resources, to free webinars, and even Never Too Early materials!
EMPOWER District Support Personnel
EMPOWER Counselor -W.M. Irvin ElementaryWinecoff ElementaryConcord MiddleHarold E. Winkler MiddleWeddington Hills ElementaryWolf Meadow Elementary
C.C. Griffin MiddleJ.N. Fries MiddleEMPOWERment Teacher -Reginald Jenkins:Harrisburg ElementaryRoyal Oaks ElementaryNorthwest Cabarrus Middle
Northwest Cabarrus High
EMPOWERing Scholars & Families Everyday!
EMPOWER Summer Institute
Expanding Magnet Program Options, Widening Educational Reach
Cabarrus County Schools' Second I3 Grant!
EMPOWER Goals, Mission, & Vision
- Promote Magnet School expansion and pipelines
- Continuously deliver Professional Development to staff
- Provide students with additional socio-emotional, academic, and non-cognitive supports
- Increase parent engagement
EMPOWER Mission - To ensure EMPOWER scholars are provided equitable access and care using data-supported systems that foster their growth as conceptual learners.
EMPOWER Vision - Access and service by intentional action!
Nike EMPOWERment Camp at Concord IB Middle School
EMPOWER Never Too Early (NTE) Tours
The purpose of EMPOWER NTE tours is to establish a college-going culture and expose scholars to post-secondary education pathways as early as possible. Selected scholars in 5th - 8th grades are invited to attend and one parent/guardian is invited to attend with them. Campus scavenger hunts and panel discussions are apart of the enriching tour day, which includes a visit that extends the scholar's learning in the areas of cultural relevancy and social justice. EMPOWER's mission is to make college tangible and ignite college dreams!