Harbins Elementary School

Learning, Leading, Serving, and Growing

Upcoming Events

  • Science, Engineering, and Innovation Fair!

    light bulb and gears clipart This year, students will have the opportunity to design solutions for one of seven real-world problems that we currently face in Gwinnett County and in Georgia.

    Informational packets can be picked up outside the STEM Lab and are also available by clicking this link: SEI Fair Packet

    Intent to Participate forms are due back to school on Friday, November 22 and projects are due on Friday, January 17. All projects will be on display during the Harbins Innovation Fair on Thursday, January 30.

  • Media Center Volunteers Wanted

    Harbins Elementary media center Do you remember the Dewey Decimal system? Are you awesome at alphabetizing? Perhaps, you have a love for books? Or maybe you are looking for a way to help out? We are looking for parent volunteers in the media center. Sign-up on the online calendar today!

  • Substitute Teachers Needed

    teacher and students Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) desires to have the best qualified teaching and non-teaching substitutes to serve the students of our school district. We believe that our substitute teachers serve as guest teachers in the classroom. We appreciate your interest in our substitute positions. GCPS is currently accepting applications for:

    • Substitute Teachers
    • Substitute Paraprofessionals
    • Substitute Clinic Workers
    • Substitute Custodians 


    Substitute applications are accepted on an on-going basis throughout the year. Please browse the links below to learn more about how to become a substitute, the hiring process, substitute resources, and frequently asked questions. We encourage you to explore the resources available here and to contact our office at 678-301-6140 with any questions. You may also e-mail the Substitute Management Office for assistance at Substitutes@gwinnett.k12.ga.us.

Information & Forms

Tigers in Action

  • Check out GCPS' weekly online magazine, the Communiqué. The latest posts to the online Communiqué include features on Constitution Week, Cooper's Crew, JA Discovery Center volunteer opportunities, E-SPLOST, plus calendar updates and Bulletin Board items on the name for a new school, election deadlines, and perception surveys.

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