GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: Grayson High art students finish police mural | News – Google Alerts

After two years of hard work and dedication, a project of passion by some Grayson High School students is complete.

Members of Grayson High’s National Art Honor Society put the finishing touches on a mural and presented it to the Gwinnett County Police Department recently, according to a news release.

The students decided to create the work of art to show their support for officers who risk their lives to protect and serve the public. The project prompted discussions between students about various topics and taught them how to consider opposing sides of an argument and how to have respectful conversations instead of arguments.

Shiloh students selected for leadership forumThree Shiloh Middle School students were selected to attend a national youth leadership forum.

Presley Lewis, Radhe Bhagat and Haley Scott, all 7th grade students at Shiloh Middle,were selected to attend the National Youth Leadership Forum: Explore STEM.

NYLF Explore STEM is a learning experience for bright, forward-thinking middle school students who will evolve into our next generation of innovators, engineers, doctors, forensic scientists, mathematicians and physicists. During this six-day immersive experience, students learn by doing as they take part in hands-on simulations, workshops and competitions as they plan for a “Mission to Mars.”

NYLF Explore STEM is built on a multidisciplinary curriculum designed to help students find their passion through hands-on activities in forensics, robotics programming, medicine and civil engineering.

GCPS TV wins Telly AwardsGCPS TV won a silver and two bronze 2019 Telly Awards for the following productions:

♦ Dual Language Immersion — Year Four (2019 Telly Awards Silver in the General-Educational Institution for Television category)

♦ GCPS Digital Citizenship (2019 Telly Awards Bronze in the General-Education for Television category)

♦ Because We Lead (2019 Telly Awards Bronze in the General-Educational…

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