• Summer Enrichment + Acceleration logoGwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) is supporting our youngest learners, birth to pre-Kindergarten, and our students in grades K-8 and their families through the Summer Enrichment + Acceleration, or SEA program. The resources presented here will serve as additional opportunities to engage students and strengthen their academic skills prior to the new school year.

    Please search below for resources that may help your student. The resources are searchable by grade level (PK, K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) and subject (Career and Technical Education, Language Arts, Math, Reading, Science, and Social Studies).

    If you have concerns or questions about resources available to help your child succeed academically, please contact your child's school.

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  • Summer Meals

    GCPS cafés will provide free breakfast and lunch on school days to K-8 students attending GCPS’ Summer Enrichment and Acceleration (SEA) program (June 14-July 2) and to high school students attending in-person summer classes at Collins Hill HS, Duluth HS, and Parkview HS (June 14-July 7).

    Gwinnett County Public Schools’ School Nutrition Program also is providing free meals for children, ages 18 and under between June 14 and July 2. Families will be able to pick up breakfast and lunch at most Gwinnett middle school sites from 11 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday. (Due to construction, Jones MS and Five Forks MS will not provide curbside pick-up.) A child does not have to be a student at the school site to receive a meal.

    In addition, Gwinnett County Government’s Summer Meals Program will be available June 1-Aug. 3. The county’s program serves 25 sites around Gwinnett, with several sites located on transit lines. Registration is not required to participate. Meals can be picked up for children ages 18 and under between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., while supplies last. For additional food resources, families can visit www.GwinnettCares.org or United Way’s 2-1-1 Contact Center.

  • Transportation

    Elementary:  Buses will arrive in the mornings at 7:45 a.m. for drop off. Buses will depart in the afternoons at 2 p.m. for dismissal.

    Middle School:  Buses will arrive in the mornings at 8:45 a.m. for drop off. Buses will depart in the afternoons at 3 p.m. for dismissal.

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     Please click on the image to learn more about the Summer Enrichment + Acceleration, or SEA program.

In-Person SEA

    • In-Person SEA ProgramDesigned for students who teachers and schools feel would most benefit from in-person instruction. These free, in-person classes are available by invitation. Classes will be held June 14-July 2. Elementary SEA will begin at 8 a.m. and students will be dismissed at 2 p.m. Middle school students will attend SEA from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
    • Rising K AcademyOpen to all children registered to start kindergarten in the fall at a GCPS school. This program is available at no charge to families. (June 14-July 2)
    • Digital SEA ProgramOpen to all GCPS students. This self-paced digital format is accessed through the Student Portal on the Summer Enrichment and Acceleration eCLASS page. (June 14-July 16)
    • Career and Technical Education (CTE) Enrichment CampsOffered for interested students in grades 8-12. Duluth HS will host four week-long enrichment camps where participants will earn an industry-recognized certification. These camps are free.

    o    ServSafe Manager Certification—For rising 11th and 12th graders. Participants will learn about safely handling food in this training. ServSafe certification is a requirement for professionals in the service and hospitality industry. (June 14-18, 8-11 a.m.)

    o    OSHA 10 Certification—For students ages 16 and older. Safety first! OSHA 10 certification is industry-recognized and prepares a potential employee to follow basic safety precautions on a worksite. (June 7-10, 8-11 a.m., or June 21-24, 8-11 a.m.)

    o    American Heart Association Basic Life Support (CPR)—For rising 9th-12th graders. Being prepared for an emergency is a valuable life skill, and one of the best ways to be prepared is to be certified in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). CPR also is a great initial certification for students considering a future career in healthcare. (June 21-24, 9-11 a.m.)

     

Digital SEA

  • Not attending SEA in-person? No worries… the digital SEA option provides students with opportunities through a self-paced program. The digital SEA program will be available June 14-July 16. This is a perfect option for students who prefer a digital learning environment, allowing them to access online lessons and activities for summer enrichment.

    What is the Digital SEA Program and how can I access it?

    MyeCLASS student portal