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Cherokee County School Board Shares Priorities wit...

The Cherokee County School Board on Friday, Nov. 17, continued its tradition of sharing its legislative partnership priorities with the local Legislative Delegation over breakfast. During the breakfast, School Board Chair Kyla Cromer shared an overview of the 2018 Legislative Partnership Priorities unanimously approved by the Board at its meeting on Thursday night. Ms. Cromer

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Four CCSD Schools Honored for Outstanding Academic...

Four Cherokee County School District schools have been honored by Gov. Nathan Deal for outstanding academic performance! Clayton Elementary School earned a top Gold Award in the “Greatest Gains” ratings, which recognize only 139 schools statewide that earned a three-year average CCRPI (College and Career Ready Performance Index) Progress Score that ranks in at least

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School Board Hears from Parents on Cherokee HS Ove...

The School Board on Thursday, November 16, 2017, heard from five parents during a public hearing on potential solutions to overcrowding at Cherokee High School. The hearing, which was attended by a small crowd of parents and teachers, followed two rounds of community meetings to gather input in response to Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian

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Inaugural Class for CCSD Parent Academy Program Gr...

  The inaugural class for Cherokee County School District’s new parent academy program has graduated! VILLA (Volunteer Instructional Leadership Learning Academy), developed by the Georgia School Boards Association, offers parents an opportunity to learn more about their community’s public schools. This fall, CCSD became Georgia’s first school district to present the program and will be

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Power Up! It's National School Psychology Awarenes...

November 13-17 is National School Psychology Awareness Week, and this year’s theme is “Power Up! Be A Positive Charge.” CCSD has 25 school psychologists and one lead school psychologist to assist children in the school district who are struggling with emotional or behavioral issues. Last school year, this group of CCSD professionals conducted 4,787 consultations, along

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CCSD Schools Celebrate Veterans Day with Special E...

Cherokee County School District schools honored our community’s veterans with special Veterans Day programs.  Students heard guest speakers and performed patriotic songs at Veterans Day assemblies, completed classroom activities to learn about veterans’ service and shared special breakfasts with their loved ones who have served our country. Here’s a video of R.M. Moore Elementary School’s

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School Board to Hold Public Input Session on Atten...

The Cherokee County School Board will hold a Public Input Session on 2018-19 Attendance Areas at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 in its auditorium at 1205 Bluffs Parkway, Canton 30114.  The purpose is to hear from the community about possible solutions to Cherokee High School overcrowding. The School Board will hear from as

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CCSD Teacher Named Georgia Conservation Teacher of...

A Cherokee County School District teacher has been named the Georgia Conservation Teacher of the Year! Clark Creek Elementary School STEM Academy Discovery Science Lab teacher Karen Garland has won the state title and a $1,000 grant from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The award, made possible with funding from The Environmental Resources Network,

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Etowah HS Drama Students Win Region, State Honors!

  Etowah High School drama students earned top honors at Region and State competition! Seniors Jenna Klein and Adam Parbhoo were named Best Actress and Best Actor at the regional 7AAAAAAA One Act Play event, and went on to be named to the State’s All Star Cast. Senior Brandon Huynh was named to the Region’s

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Creekview HS JROTC Raiders Win State Championship!

The Creekview High School Army JROTC Program earned first place at the Georgia State Raider Championships! The competition to determine the “best of the best” in Georgia was hosted in October by Spalding High School. Georgia has 12 JROTC Regions, each with 10 schools, and every Region sent its top three teams to the competition,

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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.