• Resources and Newsletters

  • Gwinnett County Public Schools Social Media

    To help keep you connected with emergency and weather notices affecting schools, system-level happenings, and calendar reminders, GCPS updates can also be found on:

         Facebook                       or                     Twitter

      Find Gwinnett County Public Schools on Facebook                         Follow GCPS on Twitter at GwinnettSchools

  • School Messenger

    School Messenger

    SchoolMessenger is a rapid notification system used to contact families in Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) via telephone messages, text messages, and email messages.

    ENGLISH - Click here to learn more and to sign up! - SPANISH

  • Gwinnett County Public Schools Publications

    GCPS Publications

    Gwinnett County Public Schools offers a wide variety of publications to help keep parents and students informed.

    Click here to view all of the publications

  • Gwinnett County Public Schools e-Newsletters

    GCPS e-newsletter

    Sign up to receive the Gwinnett County Public Schools e-newsletter!

    Gwinnett County Public Schools' (GCPS) eNews is a quick, easy way to learn more about Georgia's largest school system. Through this communication vehicle, GCPS shares information with a large and prominent Gwinnett audience in a timely, efficient, and reader-friendly manner. In this newsletter, you'll find stories on teaching and learning, school leadership and governance, and the partnerships that make Gwinnett County Public Schools successful.

    Click here to sign up for GCPS eNews

    Click here to view current and past publications

  • Communiqu�

    Communiqué

    Communiqué is Gwinnett County Public Schools' (GCPS) newsletter for parents and the community.

    Published twice a year, Communiqué is one of many ways GCPS strives to keep community members informed of school system news and happenings.

    Click here to view current and past publications

    At the site above, you will also find the Communiqué Connection

    where you will find links to additional information and useful resources.

    In the printed version of the Communiqué newsletters,

    a symbol like this—computer mouse — indicates that more information can be found on the system web site.

  • Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) TV

    GCPS TV

    GCPS TV is an educational access channel operated by the Broadcast and

    Distance Learning Department of Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS).

    Our mission is to educate and inform our audiences about the students, programs, and services of GCPS

    and to provide enhanced learning opportunities for our schools and community.

    Click here for more information

  • Board Meetings

    Board Meetings

    Regular Board meetings are held each month.

    Citizens are encouraged to attend so that they can become better acquainted with the operation and programs of the school system.

    Click here for more information and dates for scheduled meetings

  • News Releases

    News Releases

    Gwinnett County Public Schools is a dynamic, fast-paced school system.

    In order to share news and information with parents and the community,

    GCPS routinely sends out news releases to the metro-Atlanta news media.

    Click here to view current and past news releases

  • Community School

    The goal of the GCPS Community School program is to extend education and recreation to the community. If you have a natural curiosity about the world around you and are eager to learn, you may wish to attend one or more of our many available programs. The GCPS classroom environment provides a learning experience where students are free to learn through the use of well-designed course materials with the help and guidance of a qualified instructor.

  • Be There Program

    The Be There Program is a national movement that inspires parents to become more involved in their children's education. Gwinnett County Public Schools encourages educators, parents, grandparents, and community members to support this effort and Gwinnett's students.

    Click here for more information including parent tips