CCSD Job Fair Set for Saturday, March 3

CCSD Job Fair Set for Saturday, March 3

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CCSD will hold its annual job fair for teacher candidates, as well as future bus drivers and school nutrition workers, on Saturday, March 3, from 9 am to 12 noon at River Ridge High School in Woodstock.  Job seekers can fill out an application online at https://www.applitrack.com/cherokee/onlineapp/default.aspx and then meet school administrators in person at the fair.

  • TEACHERS

This fair is designed for teacher candidates graduating from educator preparation programs, as well as experienced educators who currently hold professional certification in Georgia or another state.

  • SCHOOL NUTRITION WORKERS

Join the team of caring professionals who provide breakfast and lunch to students.  Food service experience is preferred, but not required.

  • TRANSPORTATION/BUS DRIVERS

Become one of our trusted school bus drivers who provides safe transportation to and from school each day. CDL may be obtained after hiring.

2018 CCSD Job Fair March 3

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CCSD Employees Staying Busy Over Summer

CCSD Summer - Buses 1 7 15 16

CCSD Fleet Maintenance Technician Adam Shelton checks a school bus during summer inspections. The Georgia Department of Public Safety checks every bus in the CCSD fleet during the summer.

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CCSD Facility Technician Lantz Cleveland passes a drill through to technician Terry Cornelison as they re-install air-conditioning units at Free Home ES following a window replacement project in the media center.

Summer break doesn’t mean vacation time for many Cherokee County School District employees, as the summer months offer an opportune time for maintenance work and training, as well as teaching and learning for more than 1,000 students who took advantage of various CCSD summer school programs.

This summer, hundreds of CCSD teachers are taking advantage of training opportunities offered by CCSD; school nutrition workers have been busy learning new skills and ideas for tastier lunchroom fare; more than 400 school buses will be inspected; warehouse and technology employees are stocking a brand new replacement Dean Rusk Middle School; and, maintenance department employees are busy burning through a list of repair and upgrade projects on various school campuses.

CCSD Summer - Training 1 7 15 16

CCSD School Nutrition Manager on Special Assignment Tiffany Ridley adds lime to a guacamole recipe during a training class this summer.

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Indian Knoll ES teacher Marissa Williams focuses on a task during a CCSD summer professional development class on Microsoft productivity tools.

Some of the work will continue right up until the first day of school, which is Monday, August 1.