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Superintendent’s Comments Announcing a Comprehensive Review of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Student Conduct Behavior Code

Superintendent’s Comments Announcing a Comprehensive Review of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Student Conduct Behavior Code

Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) is committed to creating a safe, positive environment for all of our students, staff, parents, stakeholders, and community partners. CEO/Superintendent J.Alvin Wilbanks explains the school district's comprehensive review of Policy JCD, the Student Conduct Behavior Code, and the operational practices associated with implementing the policy.

Kerensa Wing named National Principal of the Year!

Congratulations to Collins Hill High School Principal Kerensa Wing for her selection as the 2020 National Principal of the Year! The announcement by the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) took place today during a surprise ceremony at Collins Hill where she was honored by students and staff as well as state and local leaders. 

Congratulations to Rebecca Carlisle, 2020 TOTY!

At the Nov. 14 Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year (TOTY) banquet, Rebecca Carlisle, an AP World History teacher at North Gwinnett High School, was named 2020 Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year!

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Board of Education appoints new leaders

Principals named for Duluth Middle, Sweetwater Middle, and Sugar Hill Elementary

January 24, 2020 / Permalink

     At its regular monthly meeting on January 23, 2020, the Gwinnett County Board of Education appointed principals for three schools—Duluth Middle, Sweetwater Middle, and Sugar Hill Elementary. 

  • Cynthia “Cindy” Kinchen, who currently serves as an assistant principal at McClure Health Science High School, was named as the next principal of Duluth Middle. She will transition to this new position with the retirement of Principal Deborah Fusi at the end of this month. 
  • Chekquita Johnson, principal of Radloff Middle School, will transition to the leadership role at Sweetwater Middle School. She will fill the role currently held by Jay Nebel who was named as the district’s executive director of Continuous Quality Improvement in November.
  • In November, the Board also tapped Dr. Taffeta Connery, principal of Sugar Hill Elementary, to lead Simpson Elementary. This month, Board members selected Dr. Nick Boyers, who currently serves as an assistant principal at Mason Elementary, as Sugar Hill’s new principal. His appointment is effective January 27.

     

 

 

Cynthia “Cindy” Kinchen,Cindy Kinchen
Principal, Duluth Middle School
GCPS Employment: 

2019-Present    Assistant Principal, McClure Health Science High School 
2013-2019        Assistant Principal, Duluth High School
2009-2013        Assistant Principal, Summerour Middle School
2008-2009        Special Education Department Chair, Norcross High School
2006-2008        Special Education Teacher, Norcross High School

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Special Education— Florida International University
  • Master’s degree in Special Education— Florida International University
  • Specialist’s degree in Educational Leadership— Georgia State University

 

 


 

Chekquita Johnson,Chekquita Johnson
Principal, Sweetwater Middle School

GCPS Employment: 
March 2018-Present    Principal, Radloff Middle
2012- Present              Assistant Principal, Sweetwater Middle School
2011-2012                   Teacher, Moore Middle School
2002-2011                   Teacher, Richards Middle School
1999-2000                   Teacher, Richmond, VA
    
Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business— Knoxville College
  • Master’s degree in Education — Old Dominion University
  • Specialist’s degree in Administration and Supervision— Lincoln University

Ms. Johnson is a graduate of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Quality-Plus Leader Academy Aspiring Principal Program (2018).

 

 

Dr. Nick Boyers,Dr. Nick Boyers
Principal, Sugar Hill Elementary School

GCPS Employment: 
2014-Present    Assistant Principal, Mason Elementary School
2009-2014        Fourth Grade Teacher, White Oak Elementary School
2008-2009        Fifth Grade Teacher, Sycamore Elementary School

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education— Taylor University (IN)
  • Master’s degree in Elementary Reading and Math— Walden University (MN)
  • Specialist’s degree in Educational Leadership— Georgia State University
  • Doctorate in Educational Leadership— Georgia State University


Dr. Boyers is a graduate of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Quality-Plus Leader Academy, Aspiring Leader Program (2014).
 

 


 

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