North Gwinnett concluded its homecoming celebration Sunday with a community gathering reflecting on its 60 years of history.
Gwinnett County Public Schools board member Mary Kay Murphy said Sunday’s celebration is a good opportunity to look to the future as well as remember the past.Continue Reading...
State Superintendent Richard Woods stopped by Grayson Elementary School Friday afternoon to pass out pocket constitutions to students.
His visit coincides with Constitution Week taking place from Sept. 17-23 this weekContinue Reading...
There’s a line — “If you build it, they will come” — that is inspired by a very similar line from the film “Field of Dreams,” but that concept may be working in reverse for Gwinnett County Public Schools.
The students keep coming to the district so the school system has to keep building new spaces to accommodate them.Continue Reading...
A Revolutionary War battle summary recently written by Osborne Middle School eighth-grade students is a permanent fixture at the Georgia State Capitol.
GCPS announced the summary of The Battle of Kettle Creek, a skirmish in Wilkes County, was made into a plaque.Continue Reading...
Gwinnett County Public Schools unveiled the district’s top teachers for the 2018-19 school year Monday.
A total of 137 local educators were named teacher of the year for their respective schools. The announcement is the first step in the district’s search for its 2018-19 Gwinnett County Public Schools Teacher of the Year. Teachers were nominated and voted upon by colleagues at their school.Continue Reading...
Give Center West teachers Alex Robson and Chris Paul are giving high school seniors a chance to help continue their education with the creation of the GIVE Center Scholarship.
The $500 award will be given annually to a senior who has attended Give Center East in Lawrenceville or Give Center West in Norcross.Continue Reading...