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...
Cliff Ramos’ name is emblazoned on the outside of the Collins Hill wrestling facility, but it’s what was built inside — represented as much by a wall full of state banners as the standing-room only crowd — that really shows what the longtime coach has meant to the high school.
Collins Hill officially dedicated the facility to Ramos, the man who started the program and led it to mountainous heights, on Wednesday.Continue Reading...
Two Gwinnett County Public Schools employees were recently recognized for their work in career and technical education, the district announced on Tuesday.
Jody Reeves, GCPS executive director of Academies and Career and Technical Education, was named DECA’s Administrator of the Year, while Dustin Davis, an instructional coach in the Academies and Career and Technical Education department, was named the 2018 Georgia Future Business Leaders of America Administrator of the Year and the 2018 Georgia Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America Administrator of the Year.Continue Reading...
Discovery High School senior Karissa Jackson has always been a fan of Beyonce and Jay-Z’s music. On Aug. 29, she became an even bigger one after the music power couple announced Jackson was a recipient of a $100,000 scholarship from the BeyGood Initiative and Shawn Carter Foundation scholarship program.Continue Reading...
Friday night not only brought the Dacula and Mountain View football teams together in competition, it also brought both communities together for a cause to help their respective clusters.
At halftime during the football game, Dacula High School was crowned champions of the third annual Friday Night Food Fights, a competition that challenges nearby clusters to collect nonperishable food and supplies to stock their school pantries.Continue Reading...