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.
In its quest to provide “Quality learning through quality education for all students,” the Department of Special Education and Psychological Services provides a wide range of services, including assessment and interventions.
For 40 multilingual students from Meadowcreek HS, a recent field trip to Bethesda ES may encourage these future teachers to follow a career path that leads back to GCPS.
Most folks like surprises, at least the good ones, but how many surprises come with $100,000 attached?
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.
Transition to Adult Healthcare
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.
Know bus rules to keep kids safe… on the road, at bus stops, and in crosswalks.