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  • Beginning October 28, Gwinnett parents and guardians will make a decision about how their children will learn during second semester. Like this semester, families may select either in-person instruction at their child’s school or digital learning at home. As students and families are more familiar with these two options and what they entail, the decisions families make will be for the entire semester.

    The Spring Instructional Preference Questionnaire will be available in your Parent Portal account October 28 through 11:59 p.m. on November 15.

    If you do not have a parent portal account, please go to the school district website for information or contact your local school to request one.

    We will remind you on October 28 that the window for making your family’s decision regarding second semester is open.

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  • Gwinnett County BOE issues proclamation to boost awareness of the importance of early learning.

    The Gwinnett County Board of Education has proclaimed Friday, September 25, 2020, as Building Babies’ Brains Day in Gwinnett County Public Schools. The proclamation, approved at its September business meeting, was made in support of the Gwinnett Building Babies’ Brains Initiative, which was created and launched by the Gwinnett County Community Early Learning Working Group. This group is launching an awareness campaign, which kicks off September 25, as part of a broader countywide strategy to improve Kindergarten Readiness.

    According to the most recent data, there are currently more than 60,000 children aged five or younger in Gwinnett County. Last year 52% of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ kindergartners arrived to school unprepared. Early learning plays a key role in school readiness as children’s brains are 90-percent developed by age 5, and the number of words spoken to a child before age 5 significantly increases their opportunity for success in school. In addition, early brain development is a key factor in lowering dropout rates, and moving a student from dropout to graduate yields higher tax revenues and lower government expenditures over their lifetime. It also has been proven that children exposed to positive early reading, singing, and talking by caregivers are less likely to have academic and behavioral problems in school.

    The Board of Education’s proclamation is just one way the school district is working to raise community awareness about the importance of early brain development in children under 5 and how vital this is to our community’s success.

    For more information about the campaign visit This website, which launches on September 25, offers valuable information that will help parents and caregivers engage with their children in a way that promotes learning from birth.

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  • 8th grade PSAT, October 14 (Digital learners MUST register!)

    GCPS will be administering the PSAT 8/9 assessment in-person to 8th-grade students at their middle school. Students who have elected to continue all-digital instruction may still participate in this assessment by coming to school on October 14th. Students will test in the building from 9:00 to 12:30. Please complete this form so that your child's school has an accurate count of students wishing to take this assessment.

    Additional information on PSAT can be found here: PSAT Informational Flyer


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  • The building doors open at 8:50. Car riders and buses will unload at 8:50. Parents will not be allowed to escort students to classrooms; we will have plenty of teachers to help students find their classes. The official school day begins at 9:20 and students are tardy after this time. We will dismiss at 4 PM. 


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