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A reminder about GCPS winter weather procedures...

While we hope the wintry weather in the forecast misses us, the GCPS 2018-19 school calendar includes two make-up days to address school days missed due to inclement weather. In addition to these days, GCPS also has the option of making up days missed due to inclement weather using Digital Learning Days. Should a decision be made to cancel school, students, parents, and staff will be notified via SchoolMessenger of the closing and if the day is a Digital Learning Day.

A Celebration of Service!

Join us in thanking Daniel D. Seckinger, District II Representative, and Dr. Robert McClure, District IV Representative, for their 24 years of service on the Gwinnett County Board of Education and their dedication to our community and its children.

Dec. 20, 2018, from 4 to 6 p.m.
J. Alvin Wilbanks Instructional 
Support Center
Program begins at 4 p.m., 
with reception to follow

Love Learning, Try Teaching!

2018 STEM Teacher Career Fair

Paul Duke STEM High School 

Saturday, December 15, 2018
8 a.m. to 12 noon


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Save the date... 2019 Special Education Job Fair

Saturday, January 26, 2019

8 a.m. - Noon

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Charters and other GCPS programs announce registration plans for 2019-20 school year

The school district’s charter schools and a number of other special school programs have scheduled information sessions and registration dates for students interested in attending one of the schools in the 2019–20 school year. Learn more

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Give to the Foundation that gives back to education

Did you know that the GCPS Foundation has awarded scholarships to almost 600 graduating seniors and has distributed more than 1,000 mini-grants to teachers to support local school projects? These are just a few examples of how the Foundation enriches and enhances education by providing resources that support teachers and learners. Learn more In addition, we team with Gwinnett Medical Center to educate and improve the health of Gwinnett County. Learn more 

Volunteer at the JA Discovery Center at Gwinnett

Junior Achievement Discovery Center at Gwinnett pictureThe new Junior Achievement (JA) Discovery Center at Gwinnett is open for business! Staffed by JA volunteers—including parents and community members— the center provides hands-on experiences in financial literacy for more than 27,000 GCPS middle schoolers this year. Trained JA volunteers are critical to the success of this program. Share this opportunity with friends and family or consider volunteering yourself. Questions about volunteering at the JA center? Send an email to VolunteerGwinnett@georgia.ja.org.

Two-Time Winner of The Broad Prize


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GCPS has been a finalist for the prestigious Broad Prize three times (2009, 2010, and 2014) and is now a two-time winner (2010 and 2014). Gwinnett is the only previous winner to be named a finalist in its first year of eligibility. The system's combined Broad Prize winnings total $1.75 million in college scholarships for Gwinnett students. Learn more

The AKS: The Core of Teaching and Learning in GCPS


Academic Knowledge and Skills logoAnnually, Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) reviews its Academic Knowledge and Skills (AKS) curriculum. Through this process, GCPS has aligned the AKS to the state-adopted Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE).  Learn more

News Items

"The Promise of Gwinnett” campaign is a means of focusing attention on the importance of public education, the role it plays in our nation, and the outstanding schools found right here in Gwinnett County. In addition the campaign focuses on the accomplishments of our students and the promise they hold for a bright future.  Visit the Promise of Gwinnett

A Message From J. Alvin Wilbanks, Superintendent

J. Alvin WilbanksGwinnett County Public Schools’ vision is to become a system of world-class schools, and our mission is to pursue excellence for each student. Our relentless focus on the vision and mission has led our school district to make great strides… however, there is still much to do. Learn more

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