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The last school bell rings for 436 retirees

The last school bell rings for 436 retirees

GCPS applauds 436 veteran educators and support staff members as they mark their retirement from Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS). In total, our 2019-20 retirees have contributed to a collective 10,467 years of their lives to education, and a total of 8,759 years to Gwinnett schoolchildren.

GCPS 2020 Virtual Graduations

Gwinnett County Public Schools congratulates the Class of 2020! The scheduled graduations began on Wed., May 20. Please follow the virtual graduation ceremony schedule to view and celebrate your special graduate. Each high school’s virtual graduation will air on GCPS TV. Click here to see virtual graduations as they air or to view them after they have occurred.

Listen and learn... the Teaching Gwinnett podcast is now online

"Teaching Gwinnett" is a Gwinnett County Public Schools podcast that tackles important, relevant, and timely topics that impact the school district's more than 200,000 students and staff.

Cicely Lewis named nation's 2020 School Librarian of the Year!

Congratulations to Cicely Lewis of Meadowcreek High School was recognized as the nation’s 2020 School Librarian of the Year by School Library Journal (SLJ) and Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company! 

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.

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GCPS extends summer meal program to July 16

Gwinnett County Public Schools continues summer meal program for two weeks in July

June 26, 2020 / Permalink

     Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) will resume its Summer Meals Program on July 6 after a brief break the week of June 29-July 3. The program, which provides breakfast and lunch offerings to children, will run from July 6 - 16. GCPS launched its summer meals program on June 8 and has served nearly 122,000 meals in a three-week period during June. 

     During July, GCPS will continue service at the 25 sites that hosted the Summer Meals Program in June, plus two new locations, (Duluth High School and Anderson-Livsey Elementary School). Meals will be available for pickup by anyone 18 years-old and younger, Monday-Thursday, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (On Thursday, meals will include meals for both Thursday and Friday.) A child does not have to be a student at the school site to receive a meal; however, the student or child must be present to receive a meal.  Click here for a cluster map showing locations of sites. 


School Name


Lovin Elementary


Berkmar Middle


Bethesda Elementary


Corley Elementary

Central Gwinnett

Jenkins Elementary

Central Gwinnett

Winn Holt Elementary

Collins Hill

McKendree Elementary


Alcova Elementary


Baggett  Elementary


Discovery High


Duluth Middle


Harris  Elementary


Duluth HS


Sycamore Elementary


Lilburn Middle


Radloff Middle

Mt. View



Norcross  Elementary


Norcross High


Arcado Elementary

Peachtree Ridge

Jackson Elementary

Peachtree Ridge

Northbrook Middle


Anderson-Livsey Elementary


Annistown Elementary


Shiloh Elementary

South Gwinnett

Britt Elementary

South Gwinnett


*New locations for July


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