The theatre director at Norcross High School was recently inducted into the Educational Theater Association’s Hall of Fame.
“To receive this honor from the Educational Theatre Association is just beyond words and to have my family there when I was honored — priceless,” said Gina Parrish.
Parrish has worked as a teacher and director for the past 29 years. She was inducted into the Georgia Thespian Hall of Fame in 2011.
Parrish was selected for induction by a committee that included one member of the Association’s Board of Directors, one other volunteer leader and one member of the Hall of Fame.Continue Reading...
The typical school supply list at Rosebud Elementary didn’t include a hammock, but it’s turned out to be one of the most popular and useful items around.Continue Reading...
It’d be difficult to pinpoint a better stretch professionally for Cindy Quinlan.
The Brookwood High School teacher picked up another honor, the third time she, or the program she works with, has been honored or received a monetary donation.Continue Reading...
Applications are being accepted by Peach State Federal Credit Union for its 2017 scholarship program, which will award more than $161,000 in scholarships and educational grants.Continue Reading...
An 18-month evaluation by the National Council on Teacher Quality revealed what the organization described on Tuesday as “great districts for great teachers” when it honored eight systems across the country, including Gwinnett County Public Schools.Continue Reading...
Two of the most common buzz words and phrases in education these days are STEM and project-based learning. And thanks to a $1.2 million grant, teachers in Gwinnett accelerated those programs in local schools.Continue Reading...