New & Noteworthy

  • CCS Announces 8th Annual Holiday eCard Contest

    We are excited to announce the 8th Annual CCS Holiday eCard Contest! Once again this year, students will have the opportunity to design a holiday greeting that will be used in the Superintendent's official holiday communications. Learn more. 11/07/2018

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  • Public Information Session – Student Realignment

    The Student Realignment Committee will host a Public Information Session on Wednesday, Nov. 7th at 5:30 p.m. at Jay M. Robinson High School. At this session, the committee will present updated realignment options and receive feedback from attendees. Read more. 10/19/2018

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  • Important Upcoming Dates

    Parents and Students: Don’t forget these important dates. From days out of school to holidays-- see the full list here. 10/17/2018

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  • October is National Bullying Prevention Month

    Every October, individuals from the across the nation, and around the world, unite in a campaign to keep all youth safe from bullying. Cabarrus County Schools is proud to join in this annual effort. Read more. 10/01/2018

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

  • Superintendent's Message
    November 7, 2018


    It’s November, and the official season of giving is upon us. However, CCS students and staff do not need a particular month to serve the community. It happens every day in our district. Over the past few weeks, our schools have come together for the annual King of the Court event to support organizations in our community dedicated to helping those affected by breast cancer, to provide much-needed school supplies and everyday necessities to those affected by Hurricanes Florence and Michael, and to pack nutritious meals for the hungry in Haiti.
     
    Our district staff just completed our annual United Way Employee Giving campaign. Each year, district employees donate to support the various United Way agencies – many of which are here in Cabarrus County and provide services to CCS students and families – and throughout our region. Over the past six years, our employees have donated more than $100,000 to United Way. As superintendent, I am proud of their generosity and grateful for their willingness to give.
     
    The Student Realignment Committee continues its work with a Public Information Session on Nov. 7th at 5:30 p.m. at Jay M. Robinson High School. The session will be videotaped and shared on our district communications channels in the coming days, so if you aren’t able to attend the session, you will be able to watch the replay.
     
    Read more. 11/07/2018

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