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By Tom Livsey, OurTown National News Editor,
GCPS interviewed hundreds of educators who registered for the Certified Teacher Career Fair. The interviews took place on March 22 from 8 a.m.to noon at the Gwinnett Center, 6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy., Duluth.
GCPS is searching for highly-qualified certified teachers in Math, Science, Special Education, Speech Language Pathology, Spanish, French, IT Programming/Engineering, Computer Science, Elementary with endorsements in ESOL, Gifted, Reading, Math or Science, or Elementary certified candidates that are highly fluent in Spanish or French with a complete mastery of the vocabulary necessary to teach elementary content in Spanish or French.
With a growth in student enrollment and upcoming retirements, GCPS at this time plans to hire 850 new teachers for the 2014-2015 school year.
Gwinnett County students from six elementary schools will participate in an Atlanta area music performance, “Music: Our Universal Language,” sponsored by the Atlanta Area Orff-Schulwerk Association. Students from Dacula, Head, Lilburn, Norton, Sugar Hill, and Sycamore elementary schools will join students from Metro Atlanta schools to present a concert of children’sinternational music and dance.
Mandy Gunter, President of the Atlanta Area Orff-Schulwerk Association and Music Teacher at Sycamore Elementary, and Julie Martin, Music Teacher at Lilburn Elementary, are the coordinators for the concert. The event took place on March 22 at 5 p.m. at Smoke Risem Baptist Church. The public is cordially invited and the admission is free.
For more information, email Julie Martin at Julie_martin@gwinnett.k12.ga.us