The Cherokee County School District is calling for nominations of outstanding retired educators for its hall of fame! The CCSD Educators Hall of Fame recognizes retired educators who made significant contributions during their career in CCSD and left a lasting positive impact on the lives of students, colleagues and our community.
The Cherokee County School District next month will celebrate outstanding service at its sixth annual Support Staff Employees of the Year Awards! The recognition ceremony will honor one Support Staff Employee of the Year from each of CCSD’s schools, centers and central office divisions.
Learn more about joining the #CCSDfam by attending our next CCSD Job Fair from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30, at 1020 Keeter Road, Canton 30114. We’re hiring more School Nutrition workers, bus drivers and paraprofessionals, as well as teachers for mid-year openings. We provide training, including licensing for school bus drivers and safety certification for School Nutrition workers, as well as professional development and advancement opportunities. We offer competitive compensation and benefits, a balanced school calendar, wonderful work environments and caring teams. You can learn more about job openings and even complete an application and references in advance by clicking on Jobs@CCSD at www.cherokeek12.net and selecting a position that interests you. Questions? Contact CCSD Recruiter Lindsay.Bowley@cherokeek12.net and 770.704.4256.
Twenty-two Cherokee County School District teachers earned awards through this fall’s Bright Ideas Grants! The competitive Bright Ideas Grants are awarded by Amicalola EMC to the most innovative ideas from schools in the energy provider’s service area. This season’s grant cycle awarded $50,222 to 74 teachers from Cherokee, Dawson, Gilmer, Lumpkin and Pickens counties, including $14,867 awarded to 22 CCSD teachers.
CCSD is in the process of welcoming 30 new additions to its bus fleet, with new vehicles being delivered that will offer more safety features for its drivers and passengers while allowing the oldest buses in the fleet to be taken out of service.