The Express Gateway offers parents the ability to update most basic contact information for their child (including updates that will be used by ParentSquare) without having to contact the school or fill out more paper forms. The information that can be updated is listed below.
We appreciate partners' support of our schools, which is why we celebrate their service here – congratulations to R.M. Moore ES STEM Academy 2023 Partner of the Year: Townsend Pipeline Construction, LLC.
Does your business or organization partner with a CCSD school? Visit our School Partnerships webpage (https://www.cherokeek12.net/partners) to learn more! #CCSDPartnersInAction #CCSDfam
In the principal’s words: “Mr. and Mrs. Townsend are very well known at R.M. Moore. They embody what it means to give back to their community. They’re active volunteers and donate their time freely. For years, they have solely taken care of our courtyard, containing a rock with Native American carvings. They have worked with the Historical Society to keep its history intact, while keeping the surrounding gardens freshly mulched and landscaped. This is done on their own time and their own dollar. They also help organize school functions, volunteer in the classrooms and serve on committees.”
The Cherokee County School Board at its regular meeting on Thursday, Sept. 14, 2023 heard an update on its search for the next superintendent of schools. The school board earlier this month voted to contract with the Georgia School Boards Association (GSBA) for its support services to aid in the search. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower on Sept. 1 announced his plans to retire at the end of this school year.
Please check out the September edition of the CCSD Connections newsletter online here for the latest CCSD news, announcements and upcoming events. Learn more about CCSD School Nutrition’s fifth annual Parent Recipe Contest – entries are due Sept. 14. Thanks to this month's newsletter sponsor, Credit Union of Georgia, a CCSD Partner! #CCSDfam
The Cherokee County School District continues to earn top state honors for serving fresh nutritious meals to students! CCSD’s School Nutrition program, which serves 5 million meals annually, won the Golden Radish Award from the Georgia Department of Education School Nutrition Division.
Please see the letter from Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower posted online here announcing his plan to retire, effective May 31, 2024.