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  • ROSA Performs Lion King Jr.

    Royal Oaks School of the Arts (ROSA) students shone in their sold-out Lion King Jr. production in May 2022. The Lion King Jr. had six shows; four shows performed for the general public and two shows performed for students during the school day. Read all about it!

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  • CCS Performs at Arts Breakfast

    Cabarrus Arts Council held its annual fundraiser, Breakfast for the Arts, on Friday, May 27th. The fundraiser benefits arts in our schools and our community. The cast of Royal Oaks School of the Arts’ Lion King, Jr. and Jay M Robinson High School’s Jazz Band performed. An encore exhibit of this year's Youth Art winners also was on display for guests as they arrived. Read more.

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  • WROPS Principal Recognized

    W.R. Odell Primary School Principal Jim Helf was named a Hometown Hero by the Kannapolis Cannon Ballers on Friday, May 20th. The award is presented by the Law Office of Amanda M. Reed. Read more.

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  • CHS Holds IB Exhibition

    International Baccalaureate program students at Concord High School took time to celebrate the positive learning outcomes of their 2021-22 school year. Students in grades 10-12 demonstrated their learning outcomes at an exhibition held at the school on Tuesday, May 24th. Read more.

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  • BHES Student Wins Art Contest

    Congratulations to Samuel Burleson, a 4th grade student at Beverly Hills STEM Elementary School, whose artwork was selected as one of the winners of the 2022 NC Farm to School Art Contest. Read more.

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  • W. M. Irvin Students Hold IB Event

    Students at W.M. Irvin Elementary School are looking locally to solve global problems. Fifth grade students in the final year of the International Baccalaureate PYP program participate in a long-term research project known as the Exhibition. Read more.

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  • Kelsey's Dream Day

    Meet Dream Kid, Kelsey! Kelsey is a 17-year-old Hickory Ridge High School student living with Down syndrome. Kelsey had a Dream to meet soccer superstar, and her idol, Alex Morgan. Thanks to the HRHS Jr. Dream Team, Kelsey did just that! Read full story.

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  • Upcoming Committee Meeting

    The Student and Community Engagement Committee will hold a Work Session on May 26, 2022 at Concord Middle School located at 1500 Gold Rush Drive, Concord, NC 28025.  The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. Read more.

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  • VEX Team Wins Judges Award

    The Weddington Hills Elementary Wildcat Circuit Team was awarded the Judges Award during the Innovate divisional qualification match. They received this award based on their engineering journal, virtual and in-person interviews, and how they handled themselves throughout the competition. Read more.

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  • CMHS Holds Girls in STEM Event

    Cox Mill High School (CMHS) held its first Girls in STEM event with nearly 200 attendees! The Girls in STEM event was created with the purpose of inspiring, motivating, and encouraging female students in grades K-12 to get involved with STEM. Read more.

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  • Personnel Announcements

    Superintendent John Kopicki today announced the following personnel appointments, which were approved by the Cabarrus County Board of Education on May 9th Read more.

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  • CCS Staff Receive Awards

    Cabarrus County Schools staff members have received awards and recognition for their professional expertise and experience. Read more.

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  • BOE Interns Service Project

    Cabarrus County Board of Education Student Interns Priya Punekar and Yash Thakkar completed a successful community service project that provided items to help students and families experiencing housing instability. Read more.

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  • BOE Interns Recognized

    The Cabarrus County Board of Education recognized its Second Semester Student Interns, Camille Rogers and Jonathon Luc, at the May 9th Business Meeting. Read more

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  • Apply for BOE Internship

    CCS students in 11th and 12th grades interested in serving as a Board Intern for the 2022-23 academic school year should complete the 2022-2023 CCS Board of Education Student Board Intern Application. Read more.

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  • Celebrating our School Nurses

    School nurses champion the whole student every day of the year. But, on National School Nurse Day, we take special time to celebrate and recognize their contributions. Read more

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  • They Know Their Books!

    Congratulations to the Cox Mill Elementary School Battle of the Books team on their fantastic win at the Regional Elementary Battle of the Books competition. Read more

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  • Blumey Awards Nominees

    Cabarrus County School students and schools received eleven Blumey Award nominations in three categories for their 2022 musical theater productions. Congratulations to all! Read more.

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  • Personnel Announcement

    Sarah Reeves, assistant superintendent of elementary schools, has been named Chief Academic Officer, replacing Dr. Crystal Hill, who resigned. Read more.

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  • BOE TO MEET MONDAY

    The Cabarrus County Board of Education will meet on Monday, May 9, 2022 for a Business Meeting. The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. Read more.

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