February 26, 2011
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Gwinnett County Public Schools students from Mountain View and Parkview high schools and their social studies teachers earned several awards throughout the 2010-11 school year after top finishes in several economics education competitions.
Georgia Gwinnett College’s student chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals recently capped a year of impressive firsts with a celebration on GGC’s campus.
A Gwinnett County Public Schools teacher is the first Georgia educator to earn a national fellowship to help motivate and engage high school students in scientific research.
Parkview High School came to play. Gwinnett County’s perennial economics powerhouse led throughout the competition and beat Fulton County’s Northview High School in the final Quiz Bowl event to be crowned Georgia’s 2011 National Economics Challenge winner.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation recently announced that 11 Gwinnett County Public Schools high school seniors have been selected as 2011 National Achievement Scholarship winners.
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Lawrenceville, cast his vote in favor of House Resolution 1, which would provide continued discretionary spending for the rest of fiscal year 2011.
If you were unable to attend the forum in January, the candidates in the special election for Gwinnett County Commission chairman will participate in two more this month.
Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology students who participate in the robotics program will benefit from a donation presented by one of the school’s business partners, Jackson EMC.
Noni Carter — the 19-year-old author, classical pianist and Harvard scholar — recently served as the guest speaker for Ivy Preparatory Academy’s annual New Scholars Ceremony.
A group of Gwinnett County Public Schools students and their teachers will learn about global issues firsthand while visiting the other side of the world.
The Gwinnett County Board of Education recently saluted Parkview High on its selection as a Naval Honors School by the commanding general of the Marine Corps Training and Education Command.