Information about Digital Learning for the '22-'23 School Year can be found on the Gwinnett Online Campus Website.
AKS at Home: Family Engagement Links
The GCPS AKS at Home project provides math and language arts resources to support families so that they truly are partners in their children’s learning. This support is available for families to access in the format that fits your schedule best. Families can attend live virtual meetings, view recorded information, or gain tips and suggestions through tip sheets on a wide variety of topics. More information and attendance links can be found here on the GCPS website.
Read about how SES plans to work together with students and families to provide the best learning opportunities. You can also watch a short video on our YouTube channel that outlines student responsibilities.
Do you have a child that is not school-aged yet? Check out our Early Learning and School Readiness Programs and information we have to offer you:
Current School Year registration hours:
8:30-11:30 AM Monday through Friday
Call the front office ahead of time to ensure registrar is available.
Please visit our Registration page for more information and for information about registering children for the coming school year.
Parents can apply for Free or Reduced Lunch online. We encourage you to do this now if applicable. To apply, visit this website.
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Gwinnett Building Babies’ Brains focuses on building awareness around early learning opportunities for families of children ages birth through five. Please visit their website for more information.
Reduced Rate Internet
Did you know that Comcast provides Internet service at a reduced rate for families that are part of the National School Lunch Program? Click here for more information on this opportunity!
Jack Griffin, a Peachtree Ridge HS alumni, has created a nationally recognized website called FoodFinder.us. If you or your family don't always have money for food, visit the FoodFinder website or download our app to find places nearby where you can get free food and meal assistance.
No personal information is needed. Available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Complete a meal application by Wednesday., September 14, to continue meal benefits and ensure added support for your school!
Throughout the pandemic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has allowed school systems across the country to provide breakfast and lunch to all students at no charge to families. However, the USDA waivers expired during the summer, and students are required to pay for meals based on their individual eligibility.
In order to receive free or reduced-price meal benefits, families must complete the Free and Reduced-price Meal Application and meet eligibility requirements. Click here to learn more and find a link to the application: https://www.gcpsk12.org/Page/29759.