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Holiday Break - Dec. 21st -Jan 4th
Dec. 18th will be an early release day. School will be dismissed at 12:00
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Resources and Answers to Frequent Questions About Technology and Remote Learning
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Enrollment for 2020-21 School Year Starts with Online Registration Gateway
 

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Thank You CCSD Educational Support Professionals!

Today is National Educational Support Professionals Day... thank you to all CCSD employees who support our teachers and students by keeping our schools safe, healthy and operating smoothly. #CCSDfam #CCSDunited #EducationalSupportProfessionalsDay

 

 

Meet a CCSD 2020 School Volunteer of the Year: Tessa Craig of Creekland MS! CMS VOTY 2020

Volunteers make a positive difference in our schools, which is why we spotlight one here every week ... congratulations to Creekland MS 2020 Volunteer of the Year Tessa Craig! #CCSDfam #CCSDunited

CCSD Graduation Rate Hits New High! CCSD Grad Rate 2020

The Cherokee County School District’s graduation rate has hit a new high, topping 90% for the first time in recent years with 90.3% of the Class of 2020 earning a diploma within four years of entering high school.  

The CCSD graduation rate is an increase from 86.9% achieved by the Class of 2019, according to a new report from the Georgia Department of Education released today.  All six CCSD high schools reported higher grad rates for the Class of 2020, with Creekview HS reporting the top rate of 96.2%.

Veterans Day Celebration veterans

Enjoy our celebration of our veterans.

Join the #CCSDfam as a Bus Driver! CCSD school bus driver ad 11 9 2020

Please share this information … we’re seeking more school bus drivers to join our CCSD family!  To apply: Click Jobs@CCCSD at www.CherokeeK12.net.  For more information, please contact CCSD Recruitment Coordinator Lindsay Bowley at Lindsay.Bowley@cherokeek12.net and 770.704.4256. #CCSDfam

 

CCSD Announces Annual Child Find Efforts CCSD heart logo cmyk

What is Child Find?
The purpose of Child Find is to identify, locate, and evaluate children and youth, who are suspected of having or have a diagnosed disability or developmental delay, in order to provide free appropriate Special Education services.  The Cherokee County School District serves children from three years through 21 years of age.

Order MENCHIE'S yogurt menchies

We are excited to offer students the opportunity to enjoy MENCHIE'S  on Fridays.  

2020 Virtual Curriculum Night bear

Learn about the amazing classes and teachers here at CMS -  HERE

Wish Lists wish list

Looking for a way to help out your child's class/teacher?  See their WISH LISTS HERE

Thanks so much for your support!

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