Kannapolis City Schools


District News

  • COVID Vaccine Clinic Planned at A.L. Brown

    The Cabarrus Health Alliance (CHA) will hold a COVID Vaccine Clinic this Friday, April 30, for community members who are 16 years old and older.

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  • April Board of Education Recognitions

    The Kannapolis Board of Education was proud to honor outstanding representatives from North Kannapolis Elementary School at its April meeting.

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  • Elementary iPad Turn In Checklist & Dates

    Item checklist for return of iPads, chargers, cases, and hotspots.

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  • A.L. Brown Cyber Campus Reimaged

    We are very proud that through the support of The Cannon Foundation and excellent collaboration between district leadership and A.L. Brown High School leadership, we have reimaged the ALB Cyber Campus.

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  • KCS Kindergarten Registration

    Kannapolis City Schools welcomes you and your child to Kindergarten for 2021-2022. Any child who reaches the age of five years old on or before August 31, 2021 is eligible to register.

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  • Remote Learning Day - Thursday, March 18th

    The National Weather Service issued a statement calling for severe weather conditions on Thursday, March 18, 2021, including the possibility of heavy rainfall, hail, strong winds, and tornados in the afternoon. These conditions have the potential for flooding and high winds (gusts over 75 mph), making roads unsafe for our buses, student drivers, staff, and traveling families at dismissal times.

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  • KCS Transition to Plan A

    The Kannapolis City Board of Education voted during a Special Meeting on Tuesday, March 16, to return K-12 students to Plan A, in-person instruction, four days a week. Remote-only learning remains an option for all families. Additionally, April 1, 2021, will be a Remote Learning day for all students (K-12) and in-person students will return to campus on April 12, 2021, following Spring Break. In-person instruction days will be Mondays through Thursdays. Fridays will be remote only for all students.

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  • Community Input for New School Superintendent

    The Kannapolis City Board of Education seeks your input regarding the qualifications and characteristics our community would most like to see in a new KCS Superintendent.

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  • K-5 Return to Plan A

    You may already be aware that the Governor and Senate and House Leadership announced bipartisan legislation on school reopening.

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KCS Weekly Updates

Experience The Difference of Kannapolis City Schools

  • Chip Buckwell Kannapolis City Schools surrounds one of the world’s premiere centers of scientific discovery, the NC Research Campus. It is an extraordinary system focused on Creating the Future. KCS gives students the tools to be world class and offers a comprehensive array of programs and resources that are unmatched anywhere in the state. We feature a highly acclaimed STEM Academy, exclusive partnerships with the NC Research Campus, Global Studies, Dual Language Immersion, A+ Arts, Robotics, Culinary Arts, Engineering, and teachers that are rated among the most effective in the region.

    Kannapolis City Schools’ students achieve unparalleled success. We are the home of North Carolina’s Student Apprentice of the Year, the state’s top cheerleading squad, and winners of the 2019 Governor’s Award of Distinction for innovative business partnerships that give KCS students some of the best career opportunities in North Carolina. Our students also earn millions in college scholarships each year. (Click here to see more Fast Facts

    With these outstanding advantages and the tremendous support of our families and community, we are truly CREATING THE FUTURE.

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