From the Henssler Financial Studio this is your news minute on the Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast presented by Engineered Solutions of Georgia. Today is Monday, September 25th and I'm Keith Ippolito.
Gwinnett Superintendent Calvin Watts highlights graduation rate goals, safety plans during State of the Schools Address
In his State of the Schools Address, Gwinnett Superintendent Calvin Watts discussed the district's progress towards achieving a 90% graduation rate by 2027. While the state has not yet released 2023 graduation rates, GCPS had an 83.2% rate in 2022. Watts outlined strategies, including sending letters to students and parents, targeted school visits, and discussions on post-graduation goals, to help students succeed. He emphasized the importance of community involvement in school success and highlighted school safety measures such as visitor management programs and crisis alert badges. Watts encouraged business leaders to partner with local schools for shared goals and thriving communities.
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Mountain View High alum — whose family immigrated from Ghana —becomes first-generation college graduate.