Thanks to KaBOOM! and a donation from Newell Brands, students from Beaver Ridge ES now have a new space where they can play, have fun, and thrive!
Perhaps you’ve seen the GCPS Book Mobile around… driving neighborhood routes over the summer or parked in front of a Gwinnett school this fall.
Gwinnett charter schools and other special schools and programs have scheduled information sessions and registration dates for interested students.
This week, students across the county are taking part in the Hour of Code, a worldwide initiative to introduce students to computer science and computer programming.
Paul Duke STEM HS is a theme high school, opening in Norcross in August of 2018.
You can help commemorate the county’s bicentennial by sharing your story.
In November of 1972, Louise Radloff was elected to public office.
Nearly 23,000 students receive special education services from a top-notch team of GCPS staff members.
GCPS is sending 13 entries— one for each grade level, K-12—to the state’s Young Georgia Authors (YGA) writing contest this spring.
Nearly 5,000 Gwinnett middle school students now have a better idea of what it takes to pursue a successful career in dozens of fields.
Across GCPS, high schools are hosting events to bring awareness to college planning and to help seniors with the application process as part of Georgia Apply to College Month.
For the students in the Fire Services Program at Maxwell HS of Technology, the newly opened fire training tower gives an inside view and hands-on experience in a potential career.
When you gather with family and friends this holiday season, take part in the Great Thanksgiving Listen of 2017.
Find a copy of the 2018-19 and 2019-20 school calendars on the GCPS website.
We appreciate the important work of substitute teachers!
family engagement in schools improves student achievement, reduces absenteeism, and builds parents’ confidence in their children’s education.
We take our hats off to the many folks in our school communities who support teaching and learning on a daily basis.
For 2017, this celebration of public education focuses on “Great Public Schools: A Basic Right and Our Responsibility.”
This month Gwinnett’s high schools will participate in events that will allow seniors to complete and submit online college applications while receiving assistance from trained volunteers.
On Nov. 9, Dr. Doblar was named GCPS’ top teacher as well as the Elementary School Teacher of the Year.