When you sit down with your extended family during the holidays, help your child build those important skills and preserve some family history.
Students will return to class on Monday, Nov. 26.
During the week of Nov. 12–16, schools celebrate National School Psychology Awareness Week to highlight the important work school psychologists and other educators do to help all students thrive.
At the Nov. 8 Gwinnett CountyTOTY banquet, Heidi Campbell was named GCPS’ top teacher as well as the High School Teacher of the Year.
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On November 6, Gwinnett County citizens will decide a number of important races and issues during the General Election.
Six GCPS teachers have been announced as this year’s finalists for the Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year TOTY title.
Get to know our semifinalists…
When GCPS bus driver Emma McGowan speeds she actually earns medals rather than speeding tickets.
Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) uses Constitution Week to celebrate the founders' legacy and develop habits of citizenship in a new generation of Americans.
In the Kids Heart Challenge, students take on the physical challenge to jump rope, shoot baskets, even dance, in order to raise money through pledges.
With the support of community members and GCPS employees, the district’s Community-Based Mentoring Program is building on the Power of One to mentor hundreds of students.
There’s a world of reading just waiting to be discovered in Gwinnett’s libraries and GCPS’ own school media centers!
Gwinnett County Public Schools shares the district's safety strategy.
Enjoy these scenes from around the county as TOTYs don crowns, cut cakes, pose for photos, and celebrate with their students.
Congratulations to Gwinnett’s 137 local school Teachers of the Year (TOTYs)!
For a group of South Gwinnett HS entrepreneurship students, a three-day summer conference at Emory University was an inspiring and empowering learning experience.
Parents of students receiving special education services in Gwinnett are invited to attend upcoming informational sessions.
Music is a universal language, and this Britt ES Music Teacher was truly able to experience that first-hand this summer when she visited The Art of Music Foundation in Nairobi, Kenya.
A group of Norcross Cluster students brought home medals from the 2018 AAU Junior Olympic Games… in Sport Stacking.