Digital Learner Support and Parent Resources
Click here for videos, quick guides, and resources to help students and families this fall during digital learning and as we transition to in-person instruction.
Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) is making plans for a safe return to the important work of teaching and learning for students and employees in school year 2020-21. On July 20, the school district announced it would return to school on August 12 with all students receiving digital instruction. GCPS also has shared plans for transitioning to a blend of in-person and digital learning for students, based on their parents’ choices. The school system plans to begin small, bringing in a limited number of grade levels at first, then adding more grades on a staggered basis. The schedule shared is a best-case scenario, and student and staff safety will be the paramount factor in determining the pace at which the district will move.
GCPS is beginning the year with all students learning digitally. A number of our families selected digital learning for their child(ren) for the entire first semester. Below is information regarding digital learning in GCPS.
Transition to In-Person Instruction
A Framework for the Return to In-Person Instruction
Accommodating Students and Staff with Special Healthcare Needs
Athletics and Extracurricular Activities
Clinics and Student Health
COVID-19 Morning Checklist
Protective Measures in Schools
Physical Distancing and Minimizing Exposure
Masks and Cloth Face Coverings
Monitoring for Symptoms
Returning to school/work after COVID-19 illness
Students Return to School Safely (video)
Student Support Services
Water and Ventilation Systems