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Cherokee County School Board Appoints New and Reas...

The Cherokee County School Board on Thursday, April 20, 2017, approved the appointment of new and reassigned assistant principals and other administrators for the 2017-18 school year. The list of appointments is the final piece in the School District’s three-month process to fill leadership positions due to retirements, promotions and growth. Dr. Hightower praised School

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Sequoyah HS Senior Wins National Merit Corporate S...

A Sequoyah High School senior has won a National Merit corporate scholarship! Alex Morrison, who earlier this year was named a National Merit finalist, this week was named the winner of a National Merit Textron Scholarship. He plans to pursue a career in radiology. Textron Inc., through the Textron Charitable Trust, provides scholarships annually to

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Sequoyah HS Earns International Skills Diploma Sea...

Sequoyah High School has been approved for a State-approved diploma seal! The school successfully applied to the Georgia Department of Education for authorization to issue the International Skills Diploma Seal to eligible graduating seniors beginning this school year. The program recognizes students who complete an “international education curriculum and engage in extracurricular activities and experiences

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Eight CCSD High School Seniors Named 2017 Georgia...

Eight Cherokee County School District high school seniors have been named 2017 Georgia Scholars! Through the Georgia Scholar program, the Georgia Department of Education identifies and honors high school seniors who have achieved excellence in all phases of school and community life including carrying “exemplary course loads” and excelling in all courses, successfully participating in

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Avery ES Wins CCSD Elementary School Academic Bowl...

Avery Elementary School is the winner of the Cherokee County School District’s annual elementary school academic bowl! The four league winners who played in the semi-final rounds on Saturday were Avery, Arnold Mill, Free Home and Sixes Elementary Schools. Avery and Arnold Mill then “battled it out” in the final round, with Avery edging Arnold

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CCSD Credit Rating Continues to Improve, Save Taxp...

The Cherokee County School District’s credit rating continues to improve — an achievement that saves taxpayer dollars. The School District’s already positive Aa3 and AA- levels, as rated by Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s financial service companies, were upgraded this week to Aa2 and AA- Positive, another step toward the goal of acquiring the top

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15 CCSD Students Earn Honors at State Technology F...

Fifteen Cherokee County School District students earned top honors at the Georgia Educational Technology Fair! The School District entered 46 projects into the State Fair based on students’ outstanding first-place performance at the Regional competition coordinated by Mill Creek MS Assistant Principal Dr. Richie Carnes. The 15 students who placed at State competed there against

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CCSD Announces 2017 Summer School Options for Stud...

The Cherokee County School District is offering summer school opportunities for students to earn credit for high school classes or gain recovery credit for high school classes not passed during the regular school year. The District is also offering an opportunity for specifically identified rising 9th grade students to participate in a Summer Bridge program

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Student Athletes Sign Scholarship Commitments to C...

Thirty-nine Cherokee County School District student-athletes were recognized in a ceremony Wednesday at the Northside Hospital Cherokee Conference Center in Canton for signing scholarship commitment letters to compete at the college level. The event, sponsored by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Senior Series title sponsor Varsity Brands, is one of two signing ceremonies coordinated annually

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CCSD Teacher Named to Apple Distinguished Educator...

A Cherokee County School District teacher has been named to the Apple Distinguished Educators Class of 2017! Woodstock Elementary School teacher Kristen Brooks is the first CCSD educator to achieve this distinguished honor, which Apple began in 1994 to recognize K-12 and higher education pioneers who use the company’s products to transform teaching and learning.

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Link to the CCSD publication, Accolades.
Link to the CCSD Annual Report.
Link to the CCSD publication, Choices.
Link to the CCSD publication, Financial Facts.
Link to the CCSD publication, Legislative Program.