Mill Creek is honoring service members with a special event prior to the school’s football game against Peachtree Ridge Friday night.
According to Officer Hayden McCall, a school resource officer at Mill Creek, this is the second year the school is holding a Service Appreciation Night.Continue Reading...
Central Gwinnett High School is honoring past teachers, athletes and students for their accomplishments prior to the school’s homecoming football game Friday.
Six individuals and two athletic teams will join the school’s Ring of Honor in its second annual ceremony.Continue Reading...
Tuesday night wasn't about football, as Meadowcreek head coach Jason Carrera put it.
It was about the players, cheerleaders, coaches, parents, teachers and administrators present at the third Louise Radloff Classic Banquet, hosted by Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Lilburn Alliance Church. It’s never been about the senseless violence that used to coincide with the Berkmar and Meadowcreek football teams, violence that wasn’t connected directly to the rivalry on the field.Continue Reading...
Gwinnett County Public Schools trimmed its list of candidates for the 2018-19 systemwide Teacher of the Year from 137 teachers to 25 semifinalists Monday.
The group consists of 15 elementary, five middle and five high school teachers. Teachers were nominated by their colleagues at their local schools. The 2018-19 GCPS Teacher of the Year will be announced in November at the annual Teacher of the Year banquet.Continue Reading...
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Ga., visited Discovery High School on Friday morning for a presentation on the Internet of Things technology developed in Georgia to keep schoolchildren safer during arrival and dismissal times.
Gwinnett County and the state of Georgia have pioneered large-scale deployment of the technology for “smart” school beacons. The technology connects school zone beacons — those flashing signs that are intended to slow drivers down as they pass by a school.Continue Reading...
The Professional Association of Georgia Educators Foundation recently announced Karen Erica Capes as a recipient of one of six PAGE Professional Scholarships.
The $1,000 scholarships are awarded annually through the PAGE Foundation to PAGE members pursuing advanced degrees in education who agree to teach in Georgia for three years.Continue Reading...