With the 2018-19 school year in the books, we say “goodbye” to another successful year of teaching and learning in Gwinnett County Public Schools!
Check out this special online magazine celebrating our graduating seniors in the last week of their high school careers!
A legendary coach, six homegrown legends, and a sellout crowd of almost 650 attendees … that’s a recipe for a magical evening!
A beautiful Saturday morning earlier this month brought together nearly 400 runners, Clifford the Big Red Dog, and Dog Man from Dav Pilkey’s popular graphic novels to raise money for GCPS’ book mobiles.
Future teachers are celebrated at the third annual Teacher Signing Day on May 7.
The week of May 12-18, we celebrate National School Police Week and the contributions of the folks in the district’s Office of Safety and Security!
May 8 is National School Nurse Day, and our opportunity to say “thank you” for what our county school nurses do to optimize student health and learning every day of the year!
In this “Focus Moment” , see how a grant from Georgia United Credit Union and some service-minded students and counselors at Norcross ES are helping kids connect with classmates on the playground, thanks to Buddy Benches.
During National Teacher Appreciation Week (May 6-10) and on National Teacher Day (May 7), we salute Gwinnett’s committed and caring teachers for their work paving the way to success for all students!
We salute our nutrition workers on School Lunch Hero Day to kick off School Nutrition Employee Week (May 6-10)!
In events like the Gwinnett Elementary Science Olympiad Regional Tournament, students show what they know about the world around them.
Thanks to a generous donation from Atlanta's Besharat Art Gallery, a Trickum MS hallway is filled with close to 100 large-scale prints by world-renowned National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry.
Parents of students receiving special education services in Gwinnett are invited to attend an upcoming informational session.
GCPS is hosting an inspirational and fun event for all middle and high school students interested in a teaching career.
As part of GCPS' process to update its Strategic Priorities for the next decade, the school district has launched an online community survey.
When it comes to bullying, Crews MS students want to make sure their classmates know that someone has their back as they work together to promote a caring and inclusive school climate and create a positive community.
GCPS' 2019 Career and Technical Education Student of the Year awards celebration recognized the achievement of high-performing students from the 24 Gwinnett CTE high school programs.
On March 19, district leaders and School Board members recognized the district’s transportation professionals for their service to Gwinnett students and their families.
Congratulations to Meadowcreek HS Media Specialist Cicely Lewis… GCPS’ 2019 Library Media Specialist of the Year!
Some of Gwinnett County’s best young artists took center stage during the recent Tapestry exhibition at the J. Alvin Wilbanks Instructional Support Center in Suwanee.