Students at Shiloh High School in need of food and clothing will be covered after the Snellville school unveiled its Community Assistance and Resource Effort Closet on Thursday afternoon.
A CARE Closet is a “confidential food pantry” stocked with nonperishable food for high school students who are in need.Continue Reading...
Norcross High School’s Gina Parrish was honored in front of a packed room during the Gwinnett County Public Schools Board of Education meeting Thursday evening.
Parrish was recently inducted into The Educational Theatre Association Hall of Fame for her outstanding contributions to theater education for 20 or more years.Continue Reading...
Tuesday night during the first intermission of the Atlanta Gladiators game at Infinite Energy Arena, GCPS Foundation Executive Director Kelly Herndon and Atlanta Gladiator representative Matt Ritzer presented Gwinnett seniors Camryn Petit from Mill Creek High School and Aliana Stehr from Mountain View High School each a $1,000 Atlanta Gladiators Aim High college scholarship for students interested in sports medicine, sports management, entertainment or similarly related career.
The scholarship is offered each year through a partnership between the Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation and the Atlanta Gladiators and funded by teachers, students and community members taking advantage of special Gladiator discount nights for education. To learn more, access www.gcps-foundation.org
Congratulations Camryn and Aliana!Continue Reading...
Berkmar High School will be the host site for the 2018 Gwinnett County Reader’s Rally on Saturday.
According to Gwinnett County Public Schools, about 100 schools across the school district will participate in the reading competition. Opening ceremonies for elementary schools will begin at 9 a.m., middle schools start at 9:45 a.m. and high schools will start at 10 a.m.Continue Reading...
Members of Maxwell High School of Technology’s collision repair program, The Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair Atlanta Committee, I-CAR, and Collision Repair Education Foundation, CREF, gathered on Monday to award the Lawrenceville school a $15,000 Tool, Material and Equipment grant.
The equipment grant is the third grant Maxwell has received since it began a partnership with CREF and the Atlanta I-CAR Committee began in 2010. In 2013, the school was awarded a $50,000 grant and received a $10,000 grant last year for tools and equipment.Continue Reading...
Six students and employees from Gwinnett County Public Schools are turning up the heat in the kitchen at two statewide school nutrition culinary events.
Tina Fengler, Ann Marie Wright and Carl Sandberg are Gwinnett County Public Schools employees who showed their cooking prowess against 23 other competitors in the Georgia School Nutrition Association Culinary Contest at Helms College on Tuesday.Continue Reading...