Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke of “The Beloved Community” in which neighbors work together to solve social problems, build bridges, remove barriers, and be of service to one another.
Even if the threat is a hoax, those who post or send threats can receive up to five years in federal prison, face state or local charges, and have school disciplinary consequences.
In this GCPS TV video, learn more about GCPS’ inaugural Girls Flag Football season and celebrate with Peachtree Ridge HS’ championship team.
District leaders, employees, and community members gathered to honor two outgoing Board members and welcome two new members who were officially sworn in before the meeting.
Each year, the life and legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. are celebrated on the third Monday in January.
The school district’s charter schools and a number of other special school programs have scheduled information sessions and registration dates coming up.
Students are back in the classroom on Thursday, Jan. 3.
Dec. 21 is the first day of Winter Break for our schools. We’ll see our students back in the classroom on Thursday, Jan. 3.
127 Discovery HS JROTC cadets are serving the community through the unit’s support of the Empty Stocking Fund, one of the oldest and most well-known charities in the area.
When four teams take the field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Thursday, Dec. 20, they’ll be deciding the champion in Gwinnett County Public Schools’ inaugural season of Girls Flag Football.
American Education Week brought 141 members of Gwinnett’s business community into local schools to serve as “Principal for a Day” and, in one case, “Superintendent for a Day.”
While we hope inclement weather will pass us by this winter, it’s important to prepare for conditions and their impact on the school day.
This week, we have an opportunity to celebrate one of the founding documents for America’s representative government.
Next time Ken and Patty Lindahl attend a theater performance at Brookwood HS, it will be in a performing arts center that now bears their name.
Make sure you have these important dates circled on your calendar.
When kids are connected to their learning, they come to school, achievement increases, behavior improves, and, most importantly, students graduate ready for college or the workplace.
In this GCPS TV video, see how a community partnership with our School Nutrition Program is helping children at some Gwinnett elementary schools start their day right
It all started with a chocolate chip cookie...
If you want to give a holiday gift that will keep on giving, consider a donation to GCPS’ “fleet” of Book Mobiles!
The school district’s charter schools and a number of other special school programs have scheduled information sessions and registration dates for students interested in attending one of the schools.