New & Noteworthy

  • BOE Begins Process to Fill Vacancy

    The Cabarrus County Board of Education (BOE) will accept resumes and letters of interest from members of the public who want to fill the vacant seat left by Tim Furr, who resigned from the Board earlier this month. Read more 11/21/2017

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  • ROES Boundary Information - New Scenarios, Maps

    Two new scenarios have been added to the Royal Oaks Boundary Information site. The new scenarios were created from feedback received through the information sessions in October and the Public Hearing on November 6th. Read more. 11/16/2017

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  • NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

    MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2017 AT 6:00 P.M. REGARDING PROPOSED BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR ROYAL OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. Read more 11/16/2017

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  • Mark Your Calendars!

    Mark your calendars-- the new date for W.M. Irvin Elementary School’s IB Open House has been set! Read more 11/15/2017

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  • Program Choice Applications Available Now

    The application period for CCS Program Choice is now open. You can apply for programs including language immersion, fine arts, STEM, IB and a variety of National Academy Foundation certified academies at the high school level. Learn more. 11/06/2017

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  • Important Upcoming Dates

    Parents and Students: Don’t forget these important dates. From early dismissals to days out of school and holidays-- see the full list here. 09/25/2017

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  • BOE Considering ROES Boundary Options

    At its Work Session on Monday, Oct. 2nd, the Cabarrus County Board of Education began reviewing boundary options for the new Royal Oaks Elementary School, which will open in August 2018. Learn more. 10/03/2017

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District Spotlight

  • Superintendent's Message


    Gratitude is defined as the quality of being thankful. As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving later this week, I have many reasons to be grateful – among them:
    • Working with an extraordinary group of educators and professionals
    • Students who are making an impact in our community and in the classroom
    • Collaborative working relationships with our elected officials, business, and civic leaders
    • Living in our remarkable community

    One of the many things that makes Cabarrus County Schools so special is the support from our school communities. Since the school year started, I have seen our school communities come together in a myriad of ways – offering assistance to those affected by natural disasters, supporting one another after the tragic loss of classmates, cheering for a CCS alumnus as he played in the biggest games of his life, and rallying around a school that holds a special place in the hearts of many and in a neighborhood.

    Read more [11/20/17]

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