The Georgia Department of Education and the Academy of Nancy-Metz in France reaffirmed its educational partnership on Thursday morning at Mountain View High School.
The memorandum, signed by Georgia State School Superintendent Richard Woods and Consul général de France à Atlanta Louis de Corail signifies a continuance in educational exchange that started back in 2010.Continue Reading...
For the past 11 years, Joni Gilman has walked into Peachtree Ridge High School with an expectation that each day will bring something different.
On Monday, students and administrators surprised her with a party in celebration of her winning Gwinnett County Public Schools Media Specialist of the Year.Continue Reading...
Although relatively new, the Explorers program in Gwinnett County Public Schools is earning national attention. The program, sponsored by the Gwinnett County School Police Department, earned a third place finish in a competition involving more than 3,500 students.
The Explorer program provides young men and women interested in a law enforcement career an opportunity to better understand the role officers have in today’s society. The Explorer post also provides members with training and experience in leadership, teamwork and positive self-confidence.Continue Reading...
Mill Creek High School volunteers gave up their Saturday to package food to send to people in Puerto Rico who were devastated by Hurricane Maria in early September.
Mill Creek’s Interact Club partnered with Kids Against Hunger to sponsor the event.Continue Reading...
The Lanier Education Foundation is hosting Hook’em and Hold’em Casino Night at the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center on Saturday evening.
At the event, which runs from 7 to 11 p.m., guests can “Up the Ante” for school by playing casino-style games like Texas Hold’em, blackjack, roulette and craps.Continue Reading...
Through the misty and dreary Tuesday morning, excitement and buzz about spending a day learning about engineering permeated through Lashandia Hill’s eighth-grade foundations of engineering class.
As a way to celebrate National Engineering Week, the class from Coleman Middle School, located off Main Street in Duluth, spent the day at nearby Duluth-based engineering company Columbia Engineering and Services.Continue Reading...