Radloff Middle hosted the first Lego League competition on Saturday where 15 school teams competed to advance to the Super Regionals next month.
More than 500 nativity sets from around the world were on display on Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Lilburn Chapel. The event also featured a creative children’s room, seasonal handmade quilts and a live outdoor nativity.
The National Society of High School Scholars recently announced that Dana Kling of Brookwood High is one of 10 teachers from around the country named a 2013 Claes Nobel Educator of the Year.
Cafeteria workers lament cost struggles with insurance
Rep. Rob Woodall visited Mountain View High School on Friday to learn about the school’s nutrition program and heard from cafeteria workers about their insurance and retirement plans.
A Berkmar High student was arrested on Thursday for having an unloaded handgun on school property. It’s the second time this year a Berkmar student has been arrested on a gun charge.
Gwinnett’s high school juniors outscored the state average in the Georgia High School Writing Test, but the Gwinnett County Public Schools averages were similar to last year’s students’ scores.
Rainbow Village hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday in Duluth for a six-unit apartment building that adds about 36 beds for homeless families in transition.
A Norcross charter school has announced it’s expanding its blended education model to Ivy Prep Kirkwood in DeKalb County. The school opened in 2008, but shifted to a blended education model in August, which combines traditional classrooms with technology and virtual learning.
Robin Zorn, a counselor at Mason Elementary in Duluth, was named national Counselor of the Year on Tuesday by the American School Counselor Association.
Gwinnett firefighters responded to an overnight fire at a vacant house in Lawrenceville. The house is a total loss, but the cause is undetermined.