Traditionally, the last day of school is a time of reflection on 180 days of education, bonding with classmates and hope toward the future.
For Grayson Elementary School Principal Chris Brown, it’s a chance to celebrate every student’s accomplishment of advancing to the next grade level. Brown, in his seventh year, said this year is different because it is the first batch of students to go from kindergarten registration through completing elementary school under his leadership.Continue Reading...
On Wednesday Gwinnett County Public Schools announced Lanier High School has been named a U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School.
Lanier is one of 46 schools from around the nation awarded the designation, which recognizes schools and districts that exercise a comprehensive approach to creating “green” environments by reducing environmental impact, promoting health, and ensuring a high-quality environmental and outdoor education for students.Continue Reading...
“Oh my gosh, it’s the chicken I made — look at this!” a Lilburn high school senior exclaimed, turning to her classmates. “It’s one of the blue chickens!”
“Oh I remember those,” another teen answered her, laughing as he reached into the cardboard box that sat, surrounded by notebook paper and colorful drawings, on the child-sized table.Continue Reading...
Some of the highest performing seniors in school and community life call Gwinnett County Public Schools their home. On May 2, more than 200 high school seniors were recognized as Georgia Scholars by the Georgia Department of Education.Continue Reading...
After 13 years of hard work during their K-12 academic careers, more than 12,600 potential Gwinnett graduates are counting down the days. The 2018 high school senior class, not only has the distinction of being the first graduating class to be born in the new millennium, but it is the largest and most decorated to date in the school district’s history.Continue Reading...