Mulberry Elementary School 442 E Union Grove Cir, Auburn, GA30011 Mulberry Elementary School opened its doors in 2007. Since that time, Mulberry students have made tremendous gains in…More literacy and math achievement. In 2010, the school received the Governor's Office of Student Achievement bronze award for highest achievement on the statewide CRCT (Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests). According to Principal Vivian Stranahan, Mulberry Elementary students are "learning and learning at a high level." Mulberry Elementary School's colors are hunter green, red and gold. The school mascot is a meerkat.
DML Transportation Services 1720 Katrina -jo Ann Cir, Dacula, GA30019 Parents may use DML Transportation Services to take their child to and from their extracurricular activities. The…More business covers the greater Dacula area, including Mill Creek High School, Mountain View High School, Osborne Middle School, Twin Rivers Middle School, Freemen Mill Elementary School, Fort Daniel Elementary School, Puckett's Mill Elementary School and Duncan Creek Elementary School.
Dyer Elementary School 1707 Hurricane Shoals Rd, Dacula, GA30019 Located in Dacula, Dyer Elementary School is a public educational facility that serves students in kindergarten through…More fifth grade. Offering a traditional curriculum of math, science, history, reading, writing and physical education, Dyer Elementary School additionally provides extracurricular activities such as art, music, games, student council and other activities.
Since opening its doors in 2003, Duncan Creek Elementary School has added 30 classrooms to accommodate the rapid…More growth of the surrounding community.
Though this growth has presented challenges, student achievement at Duncan Creek remains high. School principal Debbie Chavannes credits the "phenomenal" support of the parents and the community with the school's success.
The mission of Duncan Creek Elementary School is "to provide a safe, nurturing environment of academic excellence, which will encourage children to become life-long learners and responsible citizens in a global community."
Duncan Creek Elementary school colors are red and khaki. The school mascot is the cardinal.
From its humble beginnings in a small, two-story building on Dacula Road, Dacula Elementary has expanded to become…More one of the largest elementary schools in Gwinnett County. A 2005 renovation and expansion project added 32 much-needed classrooms to the school.
Despite the challenges inherent in serving a rapidly growing community, Dacula Elementary has managed to maintain a small-town feel, according to school principal Mary Lou Enright.
In 2009, the school received the platinum award from the Governor's Office of Student Achievement for greatest gains in student achievement on the statewide Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT).
Since opening its doors in 1995, Harbins Elementary School has undergone several renovations and additions to…More accommodate an ever-expanding student body.
The school is located on a 35-acre site southeast of Dacula. The original 107,000-square-foot facility included 50 classrooms, two art rooms and music rooms. In 2004, a 44,000-square-foot expansion project added 26 classrooms, a computer lab and an administrative suite.
The mission of Harbins Elementary is to "provide students high-content, engaging schoolwork in an environment that supports and challenges them."