At age 19, most people are worried about choosing a major in college. For Mya Morton, her concern is getting ready for college graduation and focusing on the next step in her life.
Morton wants to become an actor, a passion she said began in middle school.Continue Reading...
As part of National School Counseling Week, Gwinnett County Public Schools named the district’s counselors of the year in a press release on Friday.
Ferguson Elementary School counselor Sherry Ferguson was named Elementary School Counselor of the Year. Ferguson is described by her peers as someone that readily recognizes the need to support academic, social, and emotional growth by assisting students and staff in various ways.Continue Reading...
By the age of 20, Bill Gates created Microsoft, Mark Zuckerberg had begun developing FaceBook and Mill Creek alumnus Andrew Kozlovski had begun to put the pieces together on his entrepreneurial career.
The 22-year-old entrepreneur, who founded cognitive enhancement supplement Brainz Power, has been profiled by media outlets such as Huffington Post and the University of Southern California’s newspaper, The Daily Trojan.Continue Reading...
Osborne Middle School’s FIRST Lego League team, the BucketHeads, competed in the FIRST Lego League Georgia Tech State Championship on Jan. 27, winning its second FLL State Championship in three years.Continue Reading...
Gwinnett County Public Schools named Keely Lambert from Simonton Elementary School as its 2018 Media Clerk of the Year on Tuesday. The Media Clerk of the Year award was developed to honor a media clerk, who through individual leadership and sustained effort, has made worthy contributions to the operations of effective school library programs.Continue Reading...
The Mountain View High School baseball booster club is building a reputation for attracting distinguished guest speakers for its annual “A Night in the Big Leagues” event Sunday night at 550 Trackside.
Last year’s inaugural event featured Kansas City Royals general manager and former Atlanta Braves executive Dayton Moore and world champion Houston Astro and Providence Christian standout Collin McHugh. The sequel featured a handful of former professional athletes, each conveying their own message of perseverance and wisdom to the crowd of more than 200 Mountain View players, coaches and parents.Continue Reading...