July 30, 2011
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During a recent visit to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta to cover a story, Post reporter Frank Reddy recalled his own stay at Egleston as a child. He remembers some special visitors who made a big difference to the brave children at the hospital.
During a meeting earlier this month, officials with Gwinnett County Public Schools recognized nine students for 13 years of perfect attendance at school in grades Kindergarten through 12.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has announced more than 15,000 finalists for its annual $2,500 award. Among them: about a dozen local students.
Out of 800 students recently named National Achievement Scholars nationwide, 17 of them hail from Gwinnett County Public Schools.
Transportation employees of Gwinnett County Public Schools were honored recently for their efforts.
Hard work and dedication recently paid off for six Gwinnett County Public Schools students whose college educations will be fully funded by a national organization.
About 160 fifth grade students from Jenkins Elementary visited Georgia Gwinnett College last week to learn to see firsthand how a college sends graduates on their way to a career.
Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (GSMST) has been named a finalist in the first annual S.T.E.M. education awards, sponsored by the Technology Association of Georgia and the TAG Education Collaborative.
A reporter visits the governor's mansion for a family reunion.
Gwinnett Technical College air conditioning technology students Earle Lewis and Justin Vanover were recently honored with a scholarship from a local heating and air business.