Abhi Kapaganty, a Burnette ES 5th grader, won the state title in the 56th annual Georgia Association of Educators State Spelling Bee!
Learn how our School Nutrition Program balances quick scratch cooking and easy-to-prepare foods to ensure a satisfying and healthy dine-in experience.
with the “Every Kid in a Park” program, America’s 4th graders can visit our federal lands and waters for FREE!
Beginning in March 2017, the Gwinnett County Board of Education will go on the road, as it does each year, meeting once in each Board member's district.
On March 14, district leaders and School Board members recognized GCPS’ transportation professionals for their service to Gwinnett students and their families.
Registration for summer school is open for high school students who want to make up a class or get ahead.
An annual celebration of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) recently brought together Jackson ES families. Check it out in this Focus Moment from GCPS TV.
Members of the VITA Club at GSMST actually look forward to tax season. Starting in mid-February, club members will help taxpayers in the community prepare and file their federal income taxes.
The Osborne MS Media Center is undergoing a major transformation as part of a project-based learning event involving 8th grade students.
Congratulations to Karen Garner, Couch MS' media specialist and the 2017 Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) Media Specialist of the Year.
At Jones MS, two teachers wanted to promote acceptance, inclusion, and awareness so that all students would feel respected and part of their school community. And so, the Buddies Club was born.
The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ), a national leader on teacher issues, honored GCPS in its first-ever Great Districts for Great Teachers initiative.
In March, Gwinnett schools celebrate the fine arts! It’s Youth Art Month and Music in Our Schools Month!
Gwinnett citizens have the opportunity to influence the county’s future transportation options by attending one of the public meetings in March.
Two groups of students— one in Liberia and one at Collins Hill HS— have different backgrounds, cultures, and educational experiences, but once a month they share a common classroom… 5,000 miles apart.
During the month of February, GCPS schools celebrated Black History Month and the many contributions of African Americans to our great nation.
On Feb. 24, nearly 900 students participated in the 2017 Gwinnett Regional Science, Engineering + Innovation Fair.
Peachtree Ridge HS's Eric Yan and Sabarish Sainathan, a senior from GSMST, will share the title of Gwinnett 2017 STAR Student.
GCPS celebrates the creative work of our students with a three-week visual arts exhibit at the J. Alvin Wilbanks Instructional Support Center (ISC) in Suwanee.