Boxes stand piled up on tables in the Craig Elementary School lunchroom stretching across the barren room. In the distance, voices started to grow louder and louder as children excitedly rushed into the room.
To the normal eye, the boxes and cardboard were destined for a recycle bin. Upon closer look, the cardboard and boxes were uniquely crafted to be a model of a home and a board game an activity that students at Camp Invention created.Continue Reading...
Marketing and DECA teachers from Gwinnett County Public Schools sat around a conference table being peppered with ideas, strategies and examples. From population segmentation to running a proper campaign strategy all the way to the collecting and analysis of data, Luckie and Co., a marketing firm in Duluth, put the teachers through the wringer.Continue Reading...
Local nonprofit organization, 3rd Mile, Inc. started serving free meals to needy children across Gwinnett on June 1.
As part of the USDA Summer Food Service Program, a total of 18 schools, churches, businesses and apartment complexes are sites for children to receive food during the summer months.
The breakdown of sites are nine high schools, four businesses, four apartment complexes and Berean Christian Church in Snellville.Continue Reading...
Gwinnett County Public Schools TV’s interview with the 2018 Teacher of the Year Finalists not only captured a behind the scene look at the six teaching finalists, but also a Southeast Emmy from the National Academy of Television Arts and Science on Saturday.Continue Reading...
The Philadelphia Winn Chapter of the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution honored students at three Gwinnett County high school award ceremonies this spring.
The Central Gwinnett, Grayson and North Gwinnett DAR Good Citizens were selected by the faculty at each school after demonstrating four qualities — dependability, service to others, leadership and patriotism to the United States of America.Continue Reading...
Ninty-five rising juniors and seniors from Gwinnett County Public Schools are heading to Berry College in Rome for a residential summer program.
The Georgia Governor’s Honor Program provides students with a different experience than a traditional high school classroom. During the month-long program, which begins today, students will be provided academic, cultural, and social enrichment with the goal to become the next generation of global critical thinkers, innovators and leaders.Continue Reading...