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  • Welcome to the new Catawba County School website!  Thank you in advance for your patience as we update many of our pages during the transition.  If you are unable to find information previously posted, we have our old site temporarily archived at http://archive.catawbaschools.net.  Please email webmaster@catawbaschools.net with any questions. 


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    Child Nutrition and Custodian Sub Training

    Child Nutrition and Custodian Sub Training will be on Wednesday, September 2, 2015 from 2:00-4:00 PM. 

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    Admininstrative Changes

    To see the list of new CCS principal and assistant principal appointments, read the news story.


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Dr. Brigman's Latest Blog Post

  • Welcome Back CCS Students!

    In just a few short days, it will be time to begin the 2015-2016 school year.  Whether you are just beginning kindergarten or finishing high school, I know this will be an exciting year for you. Your teachers, administrators and other department personnel have been working hard to get schools and classrooms ready for the first day – August 24

    Students, this year will have a far-reaching impact on your life, and I look forward to the opportunities that are ahead for you.  Remember, you are a part of a larger school community, one that values learning.  The focus on learning is evident in all of our schools. Throughout the year, I will be talking to you about the positive culture that exists here in Catawba County Schools. It is a culture of collaboration, of commitment to excellence, and of caring.  I also look forward to seeing your achievements highlighted on our new web site. Our site also will allow the district to communicate better with your families.  Enjoy your last days of vacation and we look forward to seeing you at school!

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Catawba County Schools' Mission

  • Our Mission is to Teach, Learn, and Lead for the Future.

    We believe that:

    • Positive relationships are essential to the learning process and must be established and nurtured for learning to take place.
    • Schools must set an expectation for excellence in all areas of study through challenging and relevant curricula.
    • Schools must continually evolve to meet the needs of an ever-changing, global society.
    • All partners in education must embrace diversity and promote equity.
    • All students and staff are entitled to and responsible for a safe and nurturing learning environment.
    • All students can learn through differentiated and relevant instruction that embraces critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication.
    • Schools and families must collaborate to educate the whole child – socially, emotionally, cognitively, and physically.
    • Family, business, and community partnerships are essential for the success of all students.

CCS News

  • Foard Halftime Dedication Honors Wyant’s 57 Years of Service

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  • CCS Announces Change in District Leadership

    Dan Moore named Asst. Superintendent of Operations

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  • New Bus Safety Rules For 2015-2016

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