Best of Gwinnett 2016: Education & Childcare
Education opens the door to a better future. The first step is nurturing Gwinnett’s youngest with opportunities to learn in a caring, safe environment. We’re lucky to have some of the best childcare facilities in the country. From early childhood education to award-winning public and private schools, Gwinnett has... Read more
Getting Ready for Baby, Dad-Style
The arrival of your new little one is life-changing to be sure, but soon baby will be ready to get out and about and explore the big, wide world. If you’re looking for a great way for Mini-Me to tag along on your next adventure, the Mission Critical Baby... Read more
Great Expectations
Pregnancy often inspires others to treat you with a host of well-deserved perks. Newly pregnant? Many women, from the moment that test comes back positive, already notice a tighter fit in their jeans. Others, energized with incredulous anticipation, don’t sense their expanding bellies until months later. Either way, pregnancy... Read more
GCPS Principal finalist for Georgia Principal of the Year Award
The Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals announced this year’s Principal of the Year Finalists, who included GCPS principal Dr. Tommy Welch.  The finalists are: Dara Bennett—Pierce County HS. Pierce County Dr. Tommy Welch—Meadowcreek HS, Gwinnett County Dr. Sean Kelly–Chapel Hill HS, Douglas County Dr. Tiffany Taylor,–Carver Road MS,... Read more
Childhood Renewed
Eagle Ranch’s nationally recognized program provides the space, time and stability needed for boys and girls to experience childhood to the fullest. We help families work through crisis situations, improving relationships, communication and resiliency. Founded in 1985, Eagle Ranch is one of Georgia’s largest non-profit residential children’s programs in... Read more
GCPS Students Advance in State Writing Contest
The literary work of 13 Gwinnett students has been selected to advance to the state’s Young Georgia Authors (YGA) writing contest. Locally, this year’s contest, using the theme “Promise of Gwinnett” produced more entries than ever before— 293 entries from 83 schools. Contestants wrote about “Promise,” explaining how they... Read more
Q&A: Adam Pomeranz: CEO, Annandale Village
The state of Georgia may be best known for its juicy peaches, Bulldog fans and world renowned brands such as Coca-Cola, Home Depot and Delta Air Lines. Yet, for parents and siblings of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Georgia may be better known for being home to one... Read more
Annandale Village: A Community of Exceptional People
All families want their loved ones to lead active, productive and healthy lives. Transitioning from adolescence into adulthood, and from one life setting to another are complicated events for most people. But when an individual has an intellectual or developmental disability, these events are much more difficult. What will... Read more
101 Things To Do This Summer
Summer is in full swing. Before it slips away, now is a fantastic time to get out of the house to enjoy Georgia”s warm sunny weather and an unending list of activities and events fitting for the entire family. From baseball to swimming, picnics to playgrounds and farm fresh goodies... Read more
Easy Tips to Keep Kids Active this Summer
With the school year complete, kids are excited to relax after a year of hard work, learning and extracurricular activities. However, this may lead to the temptation of sitting on the couch watching TV or playing on a computer or mobile device. In fact, a recent survey conducted by... Read more