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Congratulations to Dr. Doug Doblar, 2018 TOTY!

Congratulations to Dr. Doug Doblar, 2018 TOTY!

An elementary math and science teacher who has a classroom at the school he once attended, Dr. Doug Doblar of Head Elementary School has been named the 2018 Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year (TOTY), and the 2018 Gwinnett County Elementary School Teacher of the Year.
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GCPS students advance to Young Georgia Authors state writing contest

We believe in our talented student writers! GCPS is sending 13 entries— one for each grade level, K-12—to the state’s Young Georgia Authors (YGA) writing contest this spring. Student winners attend Benefield ES, Parsons ES, Puckett’s Mill ES, Rosebud ES, Couch MS, Dacula MS, Jones MS, Archer HS, Meadowcreek HS, and GIVE Center West. Learn more

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Gwinnett educators earn Walton EMC grants

Walton EMC awards more than $100K to Gwinnett schools

December 11, 2017 / Permalink

     Educators at two dozen Gwinnett County public schools were awarded grants totaling nearly $151,000. The Walton EMC EmPOWERment Grants focus on projects to strengthen the schools’ instructional programs and enhance student success. Representatives from the energy company visited the following schools to deliver the exciting news to teachers and students.

School

Grant-Winning Educators

Project

2017 Grant

Brookwood High School

Valarie Dalziel & Deborah Browning

Common Grounds

$10,000

Centerville Elementary School

Reginald E Watkins

Weather Station

$2,049

Centerville Elementary School

Marla Parish

Classroom Libraries

$7,024

Couch Middle School

Rebekah Castner

Life Amplified

$5,000

Craig Elementary School

Chris Locke

STEPS (Seeing Technology in Education as a Plan for Success)

$7,500

Five Forks Middle School

Andrew Whatley

Collaborative, Project-based Learning Made Possible by 1:1 Google Chromebooks

$8,140

Grace Snell Middle School

Charles Walker

Grace Snell Math & LA Readiness and Recovery Project

$5,000

Grayson High School

Lara Larson

Solar Powered Hydroponic Garden

$7,647.12

Gwin Oaks Elementary School

Sharon Amolo

Extending Learning with Virtual Reality

$8,175.71

Harbins Elementary School

Trisha Conner

Empowering Students through Project Based Learning

$5,000

Head Elementary

Shann Griffith

Reading with Robots

$5,734

Magill Elementary School

Cherie Neal & Lakia Williams

TNT Chromebooks Tackiling Needs with Technology

$4,935

McConnell Middle School

April Turner & Gaye Walk

R.O.A.R (Reach Out and Read)

$3,257.97

Parkview High School

Peggy Bergman

Eye Can See the Future is Now

$16,362

Partee Elementary School

Mona Brawley

Classroom OSMOs for K & 1st grade students

$1,198

Partee Elementary School

Lisa M Mills

Ozobots for Robotics

$1,195

Pharr Elementary School

Dionne Howard

Chrome Books for Classrooms and Reading Resources

$2,500

Rosebud Elementary School

Natalie Rood

Nonfiction Leveled Readers for Classroom Libraries

$2,500.

Shiloh Elementary School

Thomas Trippany & Angela Banks-Spain

Strengthening Shiloh's Technology

$2,000

Shiloh Elementary School

Thomas Trippany & Angela Banks-Spain

Literacy Matters at Shiloh Elementary

$4,895

Shiloh High School

Jamilya Mayo

Innovation Lab - Entrpreneurship Incubator Proposal

$5,000

Shiloh Middle School

Eli Welch & Angela Banks-Spain

Technology Matters for Shiloh Middle At-Risk Students

$10,215

Snellville Middle School

Bryant Poss

Media Makeover

$7,954.95

Starling Elementary School

Rachel Ernst

Chromebooks for Classrooms

$4,500

Trickum Middle School

Jeff Schaefer

Ukulele Class

$1,764

Trip Elementary School

Debbie Patrick

Aeroponic Technology Gardening

$1,217.85

Trip Elementary School

Shari Ayers

AED for Gym

$1,515

Britt Elementary

Kimberly Singleton

Putting the A in STEAM at Britt

$6,397

Britt Elementary

Shannon Davis

Growing with Graphic Novels

$1,998.51

 

     This grant program is made possible by a Georgia law that allows EMCs to use unclaimed refunds for community development after all attempts to find the owners are exhausted. No money from electric bills are used to provide these grants.

*Pictures available upon request

 

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