The Georgia 4-H program has begun a radio promotion campaign on Cumulus radio stations in the Atlanta market.
The Suwanee City Council has approved plans to move forward with an annexation of North Gwinnett High School into the city limits.
An Internet-based exchange project connects Georgia Gwinnett College and Chinese students.
Several art appreciation students have made a creative, permanent mark on Georgia Gwinnett College, thanks to one faculty member’s efforts to instill in her students a genuine love for art.
Gwinnett Tech earns education digital marketing awards from a national program which recognizes the best educational websites, digital content, electronic communications, mobile media and social media.
An attorney representing a Duluth High senior who was suspended for the rest of the school year last month for violating the district’s sexual harassment policy appealed to the Gwinnett School Board on Thursday to reverse the decision.
The school board approved new principals at Lanier High and Bay Creek Middle.
The Gwinnett County Board of Education approved a contract extension for Gwinnett County Public Schools CEO/Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks at a regular board meeting on Thursday.
Growth is expected to continue in Gwinnett County Public Schools as officials project more than 3,000 more students next year, and more than 180,000 in five years.
Gwinnett Technical College reported on Thursday a 7.4 percent increase in enrollment for the fall semester to bring the school to an all-time high of 7,180 students.
In his State of the State speech on Wednesday, Gov. Nathan Deal proposes the largest jump in K-12 education funding in seven years.
As education is discussed in the General Assembly, one of the most talked-about issues is Common Core.
Georgia Gwinnett College has hired its first student to the campus police force.
Gov. Nathan Deal is expected to boost funding for K-12 education on Wednesday when he unveils his budget during a State of the State address.
Five people indicted for scam targeting elderly homeowners.
A Gwinnett Tech student was named one of Georgia’s 2014 EAGLE delegates.
Looking for a place to recycle your live Christmas tree? There are plenty of locations around Gwinnett that will accept trees until Friday.
A section of Suwanee’s historic Old Town area has been included by the National Park Service on the National Register of Historic Places.
In an annual report released on Thursday by Education Week, a national education magazine, Georgia ranked 17th in K-12 achievement, first in transitions and alignment, but had mixed results in other categories such as finance and chance for success.
Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal visited the STEP Academy at Moore Middle on Wednesday. STEP is a program designed to support students, especially over-age eighth-graders, who are working to get back on track academically.
Gwinnett Technical College’s GED Testing Center were among the first in the state to experience the new 2014 GED test.
Students at Nesbit Elementary were moved inside
Twenty trailers at Nesbit Elementary did not have power Wednesday morning because of a blown transformer. Students were not out in the cold; they were brought inside other classrooms and the cafeteria.
The single-digit temperatures caused some gas outages in Lawrenceville on Tuesday morning, while the Gwinnett County Fire Department noticed a slight uptick in calls.
Gwinnett schools will be open on Wednesday after they were closed on Tuesday because of single digit temperatures.
The city of Lawrenceville experienced some pressure problems this morning in its gas system due to unusually high demand.
Kerensa Wing will be the new principal at Collins Hill High, while Dana Pugh takes over at Grayson High School.
Despite plunging temperatures, the Monday morning commute was mostly smooth for Gwinnett motorists. Now officials are checking the weather and discussing possible delays and closings for Tuesday morning.
Pinckneyville Middle Band Director Roland Ventura received the National Band Association’s Citation of Excellence Award.
Lilburn Police Chief Bruce Hedley was honored recently by the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Lilburn for his contributions to the community.
A Georgia Gwinnett College graduate with a master’s degree from Harvard University has opened a cupcake shop in Suwanee.
A group of students from Dacula High School volunteered their exam study time to distribute toys at the Bread of Life Church on Martins Chapel Road in Lawrenceville.
The Red Cross will hold a blood drive on Tuesday in the Fountain View Room at the Festival Center in downtown Duluth.
A Peachtree Corners family has four children in the Georgia Tech band, the same school where their parents and other relatives graduated.
School officials at Parkview High have reminded parents of a traffic flow change that is designed to have a smoother drop-off and pick-up experience.
Aspiring principal applications are down in recent years
The fall semester in Gwinnett County Public Schools meant plenty of turnover for administrators at more than a dozen schools. The changes shed light on a majority of Gwinnett’s principals having limited experience in a senior leadership position.
The National Weather Service issued a flood watch for Gwinnett and most of central and north Georgia from Saturday afternoon through Sunday afternoon.
The Mill Creek band is traveling to London to perform in the New Year’s Day parade.
GCPS looking to hire bus managers, special ed and STEM teachers
Gwinnett County Public Schools has a shortage of bus managers and other “long term” areas like speech pathology, science and math teachers.
Gwinnett’s unemployment rate dropped 0.6 percent in November, the lowest the rate has been since September 2008 when it was 6.1 percent.
Looking for a place to recycle your live Christmas tree? There are plenty of locations around Gwinnett that will accept trees this week.
An Atlanta-based construction company has donated its management services to a Lawrenceville nonprofit which is getting a new roof on one of its buildings.
Gwinnett County Public Schools assistant superintendent finishes as a runnerup in Richmond, Va. superintendent search.
The Suwanee Christmas tree chipper program starts on Dec. 26.
Seventeen Parkview High students were selected for the Governor’s Honors Program. The finalists will be announced in March 2014. GHP is a four-week summer instructional program designed to provide intellectually gifted and artistically talented high school students educational opportunities not usually available during the regular school year.
An acting principal at Collins Hill High has been named as district officials search for a replacement for Glenn McFall, who is retiring.
Board of Education approves new math materials
Gwinnett County Public Schools approved new math instructional materials Thursday for grades kindergarten through fifth grade, Number Theory and Multivariable Calculus.
School bus drivers leaving Gwinnett for higher pay
The first district leader graduating class from Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Quality-Plus Leader Academy was honored on Thursday at a workshop session of the Gwinnett County Board of Education.
Gwinnett County Public Schools and IBM announced a new analytics partnership as part of the district’s eCLASS initiative, which is in addition to the curriculum and instruction pieces already rolled out.
Sharing of nude pictures leads to parental complaints
Gwinnett County Schools Police, Gwinnett County Police and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are investigating several incidents of students posting obscene pictures on social media.
A Gwinnett County Public Schools assistant superintendent is a finalist for a superintendent position in Richmond, Va.