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Congratulations Emma Smithwick smithwick student of the day

Shout out to Emma for being reconized as the CCSD Student of the Day.  A super deserving young lady.  Glad she is a Grizzly!

CCSD School Clinics Benefit from Northside Hospital Cherokee Support CCSD NHC Donation 10 17 18

Thanks to the support of partner Northside Hospital Cherokee, the Cherokee County School District received EpiPens at no cost for all of its schools!  The cost of the pens – auto-injectors that can be life-saving in cases of serious allergic reaction - was waived by manufacturer, Mylan, as part of its EpiPen4Schools program.  CCSD’s participation in the program was made possible by NHC Dr. Matthew Simmons, who wrote prescriptions for each school’s clinic. 

Annual CMS Blood Drive blood drive

Please plan on supporting The Red Cross at our annual CMS Blood Drive on Nov. 6th from 7:00am - 5:00 pm here at CMS.  Sign up here

If you have questions contact Traci Palmer

There will be prizes for students that recruit donors and for the homeroom with the most donors.

CCSD Class of 2018 Excels on ACT! CCSD ACT 2018 Results Graphic

More Cherokee County School District Class of 2018 students took the ACT exam than any previous class, while maintaining impressive averages and exceeding National and State averages!

Results released today show the Class of 2018 posted an excellent overall score of 23, while a record number took the challenging college entrance and placement examination: 1,809 students -- an 11-percent increase from the previous year.  The score ranks CCSD third among metro Atlanta counties and seventh in Georgia – out of 180 school districts!

CCSD Hosting PTA Program on Drug Addiction & Prevention Oct. 24 Sheriff Frank Reynolds

The Cherokee County School District next week will host a PTA-sponsored program for parents on drug addiction and prevention with guest speakers including Cherokee Sheriff Frank Reynolds.

Congratulations to the 2018-19 Basketball Teams basketball

Come support your favorite Grizzlies on the basketball court this year.  

2018-19 Basketball Schedule

Sign Up for the CMS Color Run color un

You don't want to miss the CMS Color Run on Saturday, Oct. 27th. .  Sign up here

Cherokee Sheriff's Office Seeking More School Crossing Guards! Sheriff Office Crossing Guard Ad 10 11 18

The Cherokee Sheriff's Office is seeking more dedicated crossing guards to protect our students and keep traffic moving safely around our schools! #SafeCherokee

Express Gateway Now Open for Updating Student Information express gateway logo

Express Gateway update portal, the online system for parents to change address, phone, email or important information for students, is now available. 

Need some extra help with classes? Grizzly Bear

Our school provides academic support during our Extended Instruction Program (ExP). During this time, students may receive additional tutoring in ELA/Reading, Math, Science, and Social Studies as well as getting assistance with class and/or homework in a supervised environment.

EXP Information Letter

EXP Enrollment Form

CCSD's "Kickin' It With Kale" for Farm to School Month! Jaxsen Waldrop and Kale

CCSD is participating in Georgia’s Farm to School month celebration with special menu items including a Kickin’ it with Kale salad on Wednesday!  

The fresh kale, cranberry and apple salad will be available throughout CCSD cafeterias as a side choice at lunch on Wednesday, with students encouraged to try kale, a vegetable that may be new to them. 

Academic Team Wins academic team wins

The academic team finished first and second in the veteran and the novice divisions of the GATA north respectively. This was the first of 2018-2019 school year competitions.

Congrats to two of our own Grizzlies 2 students

Sean Czerner(8th) and Brayden Fuentres(8th) we selected to be part of the State Superintendent's Student Advisory Council.  There were a total of four students selected from CCSD.  Two of them are our Grizzlies - we are very proud of them.

Congratulations to these outstanding students, who we know will be excellent representatives for their schools and our School District on this important statewide council,” Cherokee County Superintendent of Schools said.  “We look forward to seeing them further extend their influence as young leaders.”

Members were selected, from 1,000-plus applicants submitted by students statewide, based on their community service and answers to essay questions about public education and how it can improve.  The students will talk with Superintendent Woods about topics including how State policies affect their classrooms; participate in service projects; and serve as the Superintendent’s student ambassadors.

 

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