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Georgia Student Health Survey
To help improve our schools and those across the state, Gwinnett County Public Schools students in grades 3-12 will participate in the Georgia Student Health Survey (GSHS). The GSHS is an anonymous and statewide survey instrument that covers topics such as school climate and safety, peer, and adult social support, bullying, mental health, substance abuse, and suicidal ideation.
The Student Survey will be open for students in grades 3-12 via the GCPS Student Portal from November 6 – December 15, 2023.
Parents may complete the Opt-Out process if they do not wish their student(s) to participate in the survey. Parents may use the Parent Portal (in the Student Information section) to complete this process, or they may send a written request to the schools to opt their student(s) out of this survey. Please note that any parent/guardian wishing to opt his/her student out of the survey should complete the online form or inform the school in writing (English) (Spanish) at least 72 business hours before the school has scheduled the administration of the survey to ensure that the student does not participate.
Lilburn Middle School will administer the online survey to students on Tuesday, November 7, 2023.
Click HERE to learn more about the GSHS survey, to review the GSHS Survey, and to learn about the opt-out process if you do not wish for your student to participate.
Rising 9th Grade Parent Meetings
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McClure Health Science High School
Thursday, November 2, 2023
6:00 pm –7:00 pm
6:00 pm –Presentation in Theatre
6:30 pm –School Tours
Meadowcreek High School
Thursday, November 9, 2023
6:00 pm –7:00 pm
6:00 pm –Presentation in Student Center
6:30 pm –Academy Tours
Red Ribbon Week: October 23th - 27th - "Be Kind to Your Mind. Live Drug Free."
Red Ribbon Week starts Monday, Oct. 23 through Friday, Oct. 27. Red Ribbon Week highlights the importance of living a drug-free life. It presents an opportunity for parents, educators, and communities to reinforce the drug-free messages they share with their children throughout the year.
Our theme this year is "Be Kind to Your Mind. Live Drug Free." Students and staff will participate in a variety of activities throughout the week." Check out the 2023 Red Ribbon Week official website for more information about the National Family Partnership initiative.