More than two dozen Gwinnett County public schools have been named to the Governor’s Shape Honor Roll.
This award recognizes elementary, middle, and high schools for their dedication to creating a healthy school environment and a culture of wellness for staff, students, and community.
With a total of 27 schools recognized, GCPS has more schools on the list than any other school district in the state.
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Georgia’s K-12 public schools were invited to submit an application to be recognized by the Governor’s Office, the Georgia Department of Education, and the Georgia Department of Public Health for their exceptional participation in the annual fitness assessment data collection process as well as their commitment to efforts that improve student wellness.
Schools received recognition based on four levels of criteria: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. Nine schools in GCPS received the Platinum Award while three schools received the Gold Award. The remaining 15 schools received Silver or Bronze.
· Britt Elementary School
· Brookwood Elementary School
· Grayson Elementary School
· Harbins Elementary School
· Jenkins Elementary School
· Lovin Elementary School
· Mulberry Elementary School
· Sugar Hill Elementary School
· Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology High School
· Northbrook Middle School
· Radloff Middle School
· Richards Middle School
· Cedar Hill Elementary School
· Dacula Elementary School
· Harmony Elementary School
· Harris Elementary School
· Lawrenceville Elementary School
· Mason Elementary School
· McKendree Elementary School
· Riverside Elementary School
· Stripling Elementary School
· Suwanee Elementary School
· Gwinnett Online Campus (Middle)
· Camp Creek Elementary School
· Level Creek Elementary School
· Mountain Park Elementary School
· Duluth Middle School
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