During National Counseling Week (Feb. 5-9), we saluted Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) counselors, a stellar group of committed and caring professionals who support our students and guide them toward future success. Congratulations to counselors, leaders, and schools honored at a recognition event on Feb. 6, including six schools that earned national RAMP recognition in 2017— Duluth HS, Jones MS, North Gwinnett MS, Parkview HS (with Distinction), Peachtree Ridge HS, and Roberts ES.
District award winners included Counselor Sherry Ferguson of Ferguson ES, 2018 GCPS Elementary School Counselor of the Year; Counselor Laura Ross of Five Forks MS, 2018 GCPS Middle School Counselor of the Year; Counselor Bobby Gueh of Lanier HS, 2018 GCPS Secondary School Counselor of the Year; Principal Christine Douthart of Five Forks MS, 2018 GCPS Mary Joe Hannaford Counselor Administrator of the Year; Counselor Teshia Stovall Dula of Hull MS, 2018 GCPS Counselor Writer of the Year; and Assistant Superintendent Anthony Smith, 2018 GCPS Louise Radloff Advocate of the Year
It is the policy of Gwinnett County Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, or disability in any employment practice, educational program, or any other program, activity, or service.
Gwinnett County Board of Education
Carole C. Boyce, 2018 Chairman, District I; Daniel D. Seckinger, 2018 Vice Chairman, District II;
Dr. Mary Kay Murphy, District III; and Dr. Robert McClure, District IV; Louise Radloff, District V
J. Alvin Wilbanks, CEO/Superintendent
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