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(VIDEO) GCPS is proud to feature Our Blueprint in Action— an initiative aimed at showcasing tangible instances of Our Blueprint priorities and the Portrait of a Graduate's core competencies occurring consistently across our district. In January, we're highlighting the Peachtree Ridge and Parkview Clusters.
 

2024 CTAE Student of the Year, Amy Filippone in ROTC uniform
Amy Fillippone is the 2024 CTAE Student of the Year

Congratulations to Amy Filippone of North Gwinnett High School, the 2024 CTAE Student of the Year! Recognizing their achievement in Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education courses during their high school careers, Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) recently highlighted the work of 27 high school students during the Gwinnett County Public Schools’ 2024 Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education Student of the Year awards recognition program. 

Learn more about the 27 students honored at the GCPS 2024 CTAE Student of the Year awards program. 

National School Breakfast Week starts on Monday, March 4
National School Breakfast Week starts on Monday, March 4

We're celebrating National School Breakfast Week! Thanks to our team GCPS Gwinnett County School Nutrition Program staff, a tasty, nutritious meal is a recipe for the success of each and every student!

March is Social Work Month
March is Social Work Month and Monday, March 4, is the start of National School Social Work Week

March is Social Work Month, and this week is School Social Work Week!

Social workers support teaching and learning to help ensure that each and every student remains in school, graduates, reaches their fullest academic potential, and grows socially and emotionally.

Thank you to all our social workers for your commitment to excellence, empathy, and equity in education! 

Tapestry 2024
2024 Tapestry Display exhibits Gwinnett’s best in visual arts

Gwinnett’s best young artists will be in the spotlight from February 22 through March 21, during Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) Tapestry event. GCPS’ annual celebration of the arts takes place at the school district’s headquarters, which is located at 437 Old Peachtree Rd. NW in Suwanee.

 Over the course of three-and-a-half weeks, the ISC’s lobby area will be transformed into an art museum filled with paintings, drawings, three-dimensional art, mixed media, pottery, jewelry, and two-dimensional art— all created by Gwinnett students.

Learn more about the 2024 Tapestry Display

 

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Our Blueprint in Action's focus on Resourcefulness

GCPS is proud to feature Our Blueprint in Action— an initiative aimed at showcasing tangible instances of Our Blueprint priorities and the Portrait of a Graduate's core competencies occurring consistently across our district. In March, we're highlighting the Seckinger and Mountain View Clusters.

 

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The GCPS Book Mobile 5K and Fun Run is back!

Book it for the bus! The 2024 GCPS Book Mobile 5K and Fun Run will be held on Saturday, May 4, at the GCPS Instructional Support Center, located at 437 Old Peachtree Road NW in Suwanee.


The event will raise funds for the Book Mobile program to help get books in kids’ hands and promote the love of reading. A family-friendly atmosphere before and after the race features door prizes, snacks, music, and more!

 

Learn more and register today

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Building the bridge

from empathy to excellence

what sets GCPS apart

our blueprint for the future

Effectiveness

Noun

the degree to which something is successful in producing a desired result; success.

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Empathy

Noun

the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

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Excellence

Noun

the quality of being outstanding or extremely good.

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To sustain the legacy of the past in this exciting context, GCPS has developed a new strategic plan–Our Blueprint for the Future

Equity

Noun

education: the conditions under which each and every child receives what they need to develop to their full academic and social potential.

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