Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful to Launch Plant It Forward with $20K Lowe's Grant
Keep America Beautiful, the nation's iconic community improvement nonprofit organization, today announced the organization is providing Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful with a $20,000 grant as part of the 2017 Keep America Beautiful/Lowe's Community Partners Grant Program. The 2017 Keep America Beautiful/Lowe's Community Partners Grant Program engages local volunteers to... Read more
GCPS to Delay Dismissal By One Hour on August 21 to Help Ensure Safe Viewing of Eclipse
On August 21, 2017, Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) will delay dismissal by one hour to help ensure the safe viewing of the eclipse and a safe dismissal of students. On this day, all of North American will experience an eclipse of the sun. This means that Earth, the... Read more
Focus on the Possible
Students' little achievements are a big reward If Jamie McFarland made a public service announcement, her message would be simple: "People should realize that special education kids are just kids," she said. "They want to be included, they want to have fun. They are just like any other 8-,... Read more
Video: Teacher of the Year Jamie McFarland
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Gwinnett Magazine Is Looking For High School Interns
We're launching a brand new Convergent Journalism Internship Program for the 2017-18 academic year. We're looking for exceptional students from every Gwinnett County high school to be a part of this inaugural class and help us create a one-of-a kind, live-learning lab. As an intern, you'll learn from us... Read more
BOE Names Leaders for Norton and Starling Elementary Schools
As part of a special called meeting that coincided with the public hearing on the millage rate, the Gwinnett County Board of Education named Melanie Lee, currently an assistant principal at Norton Elementary School, as the new principal of Norton and Rachel Ernst, an assistant principal at McConnell Middle... Read more
Local Students Excel in Gwinnett Chamber Shark Tank
Two area students nearly took home the top prize in the Gwinnett Chamber Shark Tank Tuesday. Emma Hearn and Morgan Hongkham, both of Brookwood High School, placed second and third respectively in the countywide competition that rewards students for their entrepreneurial prowess. Hearn pitched her photography business, These Moments... Read more
'Generous Hearts' Drive Relay For Life Participation
Balloons decorating the Board Room a crowd of energized employees and students filling the chairs a celebratory feeling in the air. These are the signs that it must be October and time to salute the amazing achievements of Gwinnett County Public Schools' Relay For Life teams. It is a... Read more
Gwinnett Relay For Life Nurtures Next Generation of Philanthropists
There's no doubt, Gwinnett's Relay For Life is the worlds largest because of the contribution and commitment of volunteers and many of those volunteers are the youngest members of our community. "Cancer has no boundaries", says Kirsten Baker, North Gwinnett High Schools assistant principal of leadership development and former... Read more
GCPS is the Nations Advanced Placement District of the Year
Congratulations were in order for Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) students and teachers early in the New Year. On February 21, the College Board named GCPS the "Advanced Placement District of the Year Among Large School Districts!" This prestigious recognition celebrates our schools' success in expanding student access to... Read more