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Mark your calendar... Virtual Special Education Teacher Career Fair

Mark your calendar... Virtual Special Education Teacher Career Fair

Are you a certified Special Education teacher or will hold certification by July 2020? Make sure to register for the Virtual Special Education Teacher Career Fair, set for April 14 - 16. Appointment confirmations will be sent directly to qualified applicants. 

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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GCPS to hire school bus drivers!

Help drive success in Gwinnett County Public Schools

March 27, 2020 / Permalink

     Gwinnett County Public Schools is accepting applications for school bus drivers. Our drivers enjoy competitive wages starting at $15.73 per hour, excellent benefits, paid training, and a great work schedule. They work the student calendar year and enjoy the benefit of time off on student holidays and summer vacation. 

     Applicants must be 21 or older, have a good driving record, and have a high school diploma or GED. Prospective drivers don’t need to hold a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) to apply to become a school bus driver. Our Transportation Department trains and supports new drivers through the process. To learn more and apply online today (Posting #56860) visit For more information during regular work hours, call 678-225-7670.

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