Latest Cabarrus County Schools Stories

2014-08-18 23:09:44

Cabarrus County Schools in North Carolina partners with company to customize alignment of digital learning resources to curriculum. Cincinnati (PRWEB) August

2010-12-28 00:00:38

Absorbent Industries' donation saves schools money by preserving materials Harrisburg, NC (PRWEB) December 27, 2010 During a time when budgets are being slashed, a generous donation to the Cabarrus County Schools will help the school district save money by extending the life of their materials.

2008-07-31 12:00:55

By Justin Vick, Independent Tribune, Concord, N.C. Jul. 30--Longtime child care advocate Anne Laukaitis is running for the Cabarrus County Board of Education, making this year's school board ballot the largest in the last decade.

2008-07-26 15:00:37

By Josh Lanier, Independent Tribune, Concord, N.C. Jul. 25--CONCORD -- The Cabarrus County Board of Education approved transfer measures Thursday for schools that did not meet No Child Left Behind standards for a second consecutive year. W.M.

2008-07-23 12:01:06

By Justin Vick, Independent Tribune, Concord, N.C. Jul. 22--Just 10 of Cabarrus County's 41 public schools performed well enough on standardized tests in 2007-08 to satisfy No Child Left Behind requirements, according to preliminary data released Monday by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction.

2008-07-09 09:00:50

By Justin Vick, Independent Tribune, Concord, N.C. Jul. 8--CONCORD -- The Cabarrus County Board of Education ballot has begun to take shape, as four familiar faces and two political newcomers filed for candidacy on Monday.

2008-06-05 06:00:00

By Gail Smith-Arrants, The Charlotte Observer, N.C. Jun. 5--The Cabarrus County More at Four preschool program will have 14 sites for 2008-09, including two new locations. Two Dixon Academy sites have been added, said Anne Laukaitis, executive director for the Cabarrus Partnership for Children.

Word of the Day
  • An aromatic woolly plant (Origanum dictamnus) native to Crete, formerly believed to have magical powers.
The word 'dittany' may come from the name of Mount Diktē in Crete, where it was supposed to grow.