GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: Simonton teachers accept classroom reserve …
November 9, 2014 - School Supplies
The North Gwinnett High School Air Force Junior ROTC section recently returned from a Curriculum-In-Action outing to Kennedy Space Center. There were 50 cadets on a four-day outing to Cape Canaveral and Orlando. While in Florida, a students enjoyed other attractions such as Universal Studios and Medieval Times. (Special Photo)
Simonton Elementary teachers were comparison to accept 25 book bags full of classroom reserve and 25 present cards value $50 any by a Walmart Teacher Rewards Program.
The Walmart store during 1400 Lawrenceville Highway in Lawrenceville will present a propagandize reserve and present cards to teachers whose names were placed in a basket and drawn to accept one of a 50 gifts.
Gears Up for College
Duluth Middle recently sent 20 eighth-grade Hispanic students to attend a “Gear Up for College” module during a University of Georgia. “Gear Up for College” exposes students to university life, and a module is saved by a Goizueta Foundation to boost appearance and execution of post-secondary preparation among Georgia’s Hispanic population. Duluth Middle School has participated in a module given it began 8 years ago, and some-more than 120 of a students have attended. The 20 students comparison to attend were selected formed on clergyman nominations, recommendations and educational achievement.
students allege to state
Brookwood and Peachtree Ridge high propagandize museum students won in a informal One-Act foe and modernized to state on Saturday.
Gwinnett County is distant into dual regions, Region 7 and 8. One propagandize from any segment advances to a state competition. This year’s winners are Region 7: Peachtree Ridge High, “John Lennon and Me” and Region 8: Brookwood High, “Urinetown.”
Norcross rope excels
in Greater Atlanta
The Norcross High Marching Band recently warranted higher ratings during a Greater Atlanta Marching Competition in Rockdale County. The rope perceived a top measure for band, colorguard and percussion in a largest rope classification. More than 160 students are members of a Blue Devil Marching Band led by directors Lee Newman and Jessie Matthews.
Some 1,700 Lanier High students have been operative over a final month on projects associated to career academies, and a projects are driven by educational standards from all 4 core calm areas and electives. On Friday, students presented their finished projects to a row of judges from a community.
Keith Farner writes about education. Good News from Schools appears in a Sunday book of a Daily Post.