New & Noteworthy

  • No School for Students May 1st

    The BOE voted to adjust the 2018-2019 traditional school year calendar and the Wolf Meadow Elementary School calendar. Wednesday, May 1st will now be an optional workday for teachers and classes for students will be cancelled in anticipation of teacher absences. Read more. 04/16/2019

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  • Realignment Summary Information Update

    The Cabarrus County Board of Education approved the Realignment Committee’s recommendations for new boundaries with the following adjustments (see chart in article) at its business meeting on April 8, 2019. Read more. 04/12/2019

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  • Highsmith Named Teacher of the Year

    Katherine Highsmith, global inquiry and design teacher at Weddington Hills Elementary School, was named Cabarrus County Schools (CCS) Teacher of the Year in a ceremony on Tuesday, April 9th at Atrium Health Northeast’s Hamrick Theatre. Read more. 04/10/2019

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  • CCS Realignment Summary Coming Soon

    To help answer questions about the final realignment decisions made by the Board of Education at its business meeting on April 8, 2019, we are preparing a summary document and will post it no later than Friday, April 12th. Read more. 04/10/2019

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  • New District Mobile App

    Cabarrus County Schools is excited to launch its new mobile app! The app is available in the online iTunes® and Google Play® app stores for free – simply search CabCoSchools. Read more. 03/18/2019

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A Bi-Monthly Message from Dr. Chris Lowder, Superintendent

  • Superintendent's Message
    April 11, 2019


    Congratulations to Katherine Highsmith, who was named the CCS Teacher of the Year for 2019-2020 at a special celebration on April 9th. Mrs. Highsmith is a global inquiry and design teacher at Weddington Hills Elementary School. She is an exceptional educator who is able to connect with her students and make learning meaningful to them.
     
    I also want to say thank you to the many sponsors for our Teacher of the Year event. We are grateful for their support and partnership.
     
    This week, the annual Special Olympics Cabarrus County Spring Games took place at the Cabarrus Arena. Hundreds of athletes participated in a variety of track and field events. We were excited to watch our athletes compete and are thankful to the many teachers, helpers, family, friends and volunteers who help make this a wonderful event each year.
     
    Click article headline above to read more. 04/11/2019
     
     
     

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