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As part of its calendar development process, Gwinnett County Public Schools has gathered feedback on calendar options for next school year. This feedback--collected at the local school level from various groups, including students, staff, and parents--provided direction that has led to the development of a proposed 2022-23 school calendar.
"Teaching Gwinnett" is a Gwinnett County Public Schools podcast that tackles important, relevant, and timely topics that impact the school district's more than 200,000 students and staff. GCPS continues to focus on the health and safety of students and staff during the pandemic.
As of January 4, 2022, Gwinnett County Public Schools will implement updated mask guidance based on community transmission as determined by the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH). Please click here to learn more about mask guidance for 2nd semester.
At its November 2021 Board Meeting, the Gwinnett County Board of Education approved its 2022 Legislative Priorities. Please click the link above to review and learn more.
"Teaching Gwinnett" is a Gwinnett County Public Schools podcast that tackles important, relevant, and timely topics that impact the school district's more than 200,000 students and staff.
GCPS’ mask guidance is based on community transmission as determined by the Georgia Department of Public Health. Masks are required in all GCPS facilities during periods of “Substantial” or “High” community transmission.
GCPS continues to focus on the health and safety of students and staff during the pandemic. Check this section out for information about COVID mitigation strategies and practices found in our schools and to access the COVID-19 Dashboard that reports cases by school and cluster.
Gwinnett County Public Schools encourages you to learn more about our work in this area.
In partnership with the Gwinnett County Public Library (GCPL), GCPS provides Tutor.com as an online tutoring resource for students.
To prepare for the next decade, GCPS launched a community-wide campaign to invite input on updating its Strategic Priorities for 2010-2020. That update is called the Strategic Direction for 2020-2030. Like its predecessor, it will be a significant guide for the school system’s work, now and in the future.
Every year, GCPS recognizes a male and female student at each high school who has shown excellence in athletics, academics, and leadership roles in the school and community service. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing our outstanding senior athletes from the Class of 2020.
This summer’s K-8 learning experience is set for June 14 to July 2. The focus on enrichment and acceleration is intended to help students get a head start on next year’s learning.