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  • Learning 2025

    Gwinnett County Public Schools’ participation in Learning 2025 aligns with its work to improve its schools and better support students. Learning 2025 is a network of leading school districts focused on coming together to share their learning and leadership. Please click the link above to learn more about how GCPS is focusing on providing an education that is student-driven, equity-focused, and future-driven.

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  • Register for GCPS' 2022 Summer Learning Programs

    GCPS' 2022 Summer Learning programs include High School Face-to-Face Summer School and Gwinnett Online Campus for high school students. Families of K-8 students will learn more about the Support + Enrichment + Acceleration (SEA) Program from their students' schools.

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  • GCPS and the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act

    Please click here to learn more about the school district's financial support received from the CARES/American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funding.

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  • Tune in to the Teaching Gwinnett Podcast

    "Teaching Gwinnett" is a Gwinnett County Public Schools podcast that tackles important, relevant, and timely topics that impact the school district's more than 200,000 students and staff.

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  • 2022 Teacher of the Year: Lee Allen named Gwinnett County’s top teacher

    On December 7, Gwinnett County Public Schools announced Lee Allen of Archer High School as the recipient of the school district’s highest teaching honor!

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  • COVID-19 Information Hub

    GCPS continues to focus on the health and safety of students and staff during the pandemic. Check this section out for information about COVID mitigation strategies and practices found in our schools and to access the COVID-19 Dashboard that reports cases by school and cluster.

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  • GCPS Mask Guidance

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its guidance and the prevention steps that should be taken based on the spread of COVID-19 in communities. As part of the announced changes, the CDC dropped its recommendation for universal school masking and instead will recommend masking only in communities at a high level of risk. In light of this updated guidance and Gwinnett County’s current designation in the “Low” level of community spread, Gwinnett County Public Schools does not require but strongly recommends the use of masks in its facilities.

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  • 2022 Legislative Priorities

    At its November 2021 Board Meeting, the Gwinnett County Board of Education approved its 2022 Legislative Priorities. Please click the link above to review and learn more.

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  • Peachtree Ridge High School senior earns 2022 Gwinnett STAR Student title

    At the STAR Student event held at the John C. Maxwell Leadership Center at 12Stone Church, GCPS honored Chungin “Roy” Lee as Gwinnett County’s STAR (Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition) Student, representing Gwinnett County’s public and private schools, and Adam Sherman, as his STAR Teacher. Standing left to right: Adam Forrand, Adam Sherman, Chungin "Roy" Lee, and Superintendent Dr. Calvin Watts.

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  • Cognia Special Review

    A Special Review conducted by the district's accrediting body, Cognia, resulted in no change to GCPS' accreditation. It remains a fully accredited school district.

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  • Educational Equity in GCPS

    Gwinnett County Public Schools encourages you to learn more about our work in this area.

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  • Tutor.com available to GCPS students

    In partnership with the Gwinnett County Public Library (GCPL), GCPS provides Tutor.com as an online tutoring resource for students.

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  • I Shine

  • Please note, student and staff SHINE portraits were taken in Spring 2021. Photographers observed social distance during the brief photo sessions. The "More" button allows visitors to view previously featured SHINE students and staff members.

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