All schools and district offices will operate on a summer schedule starting June 12 through August 10. Offices open at 7 am until 5:30 pm, Monday through Thursday.
2017-2018 Elementary Battle of the Books
Get started now reading books for the 2017-2018 Battle of the Books team.
A list of Book Titles and Authors are available to study.
Click on this link to take you to the 2017-2018 EBOB list.
Caldwell County Schools is pleased to announce that five of its teachers have been selected to participate in the statewide North Carolina Business Committee for Education’s (NCBCE) Teachers@Work® program this summer.
Students at Lower Creek Elementary will return to school in August with additional classroom space, as four classrooms are currently being added on campus to meet the new state legislative measures that reduce average class sizes in early grades.
The notion of summer break is exhilarating for most students, but not for the ones who worry about eating lunch when schools are closed. Last school year, more than 58% of students qualified for free and reduced priced meals, an indicator used by the federal and state government to view economically disadvantaged students.
The largest graduating class at the Caldwell Early College High School earned a record breaking number of college credits totaling 5,532 with 84% of the graduates earning an Associate’s Degree and 56 graduates earning both an Associate’s Degree in Arts and Sciences, setting yet another school record.