The Gwinnett County Public Schools nutrition department received recognition for its food service, the school district announced in a press release Tuesday.
Ken Yant, Gwinnett County Public Schools’ director of School Nutrition, was awarded the 2018 Silver Plate. Presented by the International Foodservice Manufacturers Association, the IFMA Gold & Silver Plate Awards honor the nation’s top food service operators.Continue Reading...
Surprise, excitement and a sense of privilege resonated among the second-grade classes of Corley Elementary School as Martin Luther King III read from his book “My Daddy, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.” to them.
The Friday appearance by the son of one of America’s most famous figures in the civil rights movement took more than a year of planning.Continue Reading...
Gwinnett County Public Schools recently recognized the district’s transportation professionals for their service to Gwinnett students and their families. Highlighting the event was the recognition of Tom Reinhardt being named Regular Education Bus Manager of the Year, Ray Hushon named as Special Education Bus Manager of the Year and Linda Ward being named Special Education Bus Monitor of the Year.Continue Reading...
Maxwell High School of Technology’s culinary team won the second annual Shake it Up Student Chef Competition in Macon on March 14 to advance to the Southeast Regional Junior Chef Competition.
But long before seniors De’Avion Frezell, Preston Gouge and Angelica Burgos along with their adviser, Amanda Williams, advanced to Louisville for the regional competition, they were finding their passion for cooking.Continue Reading...
Twenty-three Gwinnett County Public Schools students were recognized for their academic achievement in Career and Technical Education on Wednesday evening during the 2018 Career and Technical Education Student of the Year award program.
“Tonight was a special night for our students, their families and our schools,” Jonathan Patterson, GCPS associate superintendent of Division of Curriculum and Instructional Support said.Continue Reading...
Lanier High School’s Valyn Turner will represent Georgia at the national finals of the 2018 Poetry Out Loud contest. A junior, Turner will head to Washington, D.C., April 23-25 after recently winning the state competition.
The Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Council for the Arts announced Turner’s state championship in a press release on Wednesday.Continue Reading...