When reading is “fun again,” it’s easy to get children to school on a Saturday morning for literacy activities.
Here in Gwinnett, we rely on a team of staff members to help us empower every student in our system!
When a teacher needs to be away from his or her classroom, for a day or for a longer stretch due to leave, substitute teachers fill an important role.
Parents and guardians are important members of the teaching and learning team and must be involved in their child’s education.
We salute Gwinnett’s support professionals and thank them for their commitment to student success!
This week (Nov. 14-18), schools around the country are celebrating National School Psychology Awareness Week to highlight the important work school psychologists and other educators do to help all students thrive. This year's theme, "Small Steps Change Lives,” recognizes that small actions can add up to larger, positive changes. School psychologists play a vital role in supporting students as they work to achieve their goals. Individual small steps by both students and the adults in their lives help build the path to creating a positive, connected, and respectful school community. We appreciate the work of our school psychologists in supporting our students and school communities.