Gwinnett County Public Schools asked and the voters concurred. The district’s request to issue General Obligation Bonds up to an amount of $350 million to be used for improvements for the district passed by an overwhelming 78 percent in favor Tuesday.
In August, GCPS Board of Education members passed a resolution for voters to allow the district to issue bonds that will be used for improvements such as a new school in the Mill Creek cluster and installing artificial turf to school football fields.Continue Reading...
Maxwell High School of Technology’s auto collision class won first place for its 1966 Mustang showcased in the Atlanta Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair and NACE Automechanika Rockin’ Rides Show held in August.
The event took place at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta and highlighted vehicles from all over the industry and raised money to benefit the Collision Repair Education Foundation.Continue Reading...
Gwinnett County Public Schools announced Coleman Middle School was named a winner at the STEM Education Awards competition Friday.
The STEM Education Awards honor Georgia schools, programs and companies for supporting efforts and achievements in promoting science, technology, engineering and math education throughout the state.Continue Reading...
Couch Middle School recently earned the Breakout Middle School designation from the Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals.
The Breakout Schools Award is designed to identify, recognize and showcase Georgia middle schools that are high achieving or dramatically improving student achievement. The annual award recognizes outstanding middle schools based on collaborative leadership; personalization; and curriculum, instruction and assessment.Continue Reading...
Gwinnett County Public Schools is planning to usher in the new calendar year with its newest program to mentor Hispanic students.
The program, which is set to begin in January, is the third community-based mentorship program the school district has created.Continue Reading...
Parkview High School senior Kaustov Chakrabarti is wise beyond his years. At 18 years old, he's thinking not about hours and days ahead, but rather in terms of years.
It is an internal force and drive that keeps him on track after life events almost derailed him.Continue Reading...