Wednesday, April 3, 2013
David Augustus Lee II, a student at Archer High, was charged and arrested with possessing a weapon on school grounds at Lilburn's Parkview High School. No one was hurt.
An Archer High student has been released from jail after being charged with having a handgun present during a school sporting event. David Augustus Lee II of Lawrenceville was arrested March 30 at Parkview High School in Lilburn, where he was attending the fourth annual Big Orange Relays track meet. A witness at Archer High alerted police to the possible presence of a weapon; Lee's arrest followed a search of his vehicle by school officials. Gwinnett County school officials confirm the student is a sophomore at Archer High, and say in cases such as this, that students are out of school pending a disciplinary panel. "The panel then determines the consequence for the incident based on the facts of the case," said Sloan Roach, spokeswoman …
Monday, September 17, 2012
Twelve games scheduled this Friday night.
Monday, September 17, 2012
Gwinnett Football Games Friday, Sept. 21 Idle: Collins Hill, Brookwood, Buford
Friday, September 23, 2011
Archer Tigers defeat the Berkmar Patriots 42-0 to climb their way out of the bottom of the region standings.
The Archer Tigers scored 28 points in the first half in a 42-0 rout over the Berkmar Patriots Friday night in Lilburn. Berkmar was unable to stop the run in the first half as Archer put the game away before the half. Tigers running back Sean Fowler ran for 108 yards and three touchdowns to lead the way. The two teams came in fighting to get a win and climb out of the bottom of the Region 8-AAAAA standings. The Tigers improved to 2-3, 1-2 in Region 8-AAAAA. Berkmar fell to 1-4, and 0-3. Archer’s running back Ernest Alexander scored the first touchdown of the game with a 3-yard run. Quarterback Jarvis Holley followed that up with a 15-yard touchdown run to give the Tigers a 14-0 lead in the first quarter. Fowler scored on touchdown runs of …
Friday, September 16, 2011
Digital content system eCLASS will be introduced as teaching tool in 2012 pilot program to five high schools.
The digital age has certainly changed the way we live, and soon it will be altering the way teachers teach and students learn. GCPS officials gave the go-ahead Thursday night with plans to introduce eCLASS, a digital system designed to help teachers offer new ways to present lessons and enhance students' ability to learn. Beginning next fall five area high schools, Archer, Berkmar, Duluth, North Gwinnett and Shiloh will participate in a pilot program. GCPS board members approved a four-year $20.8 million contract with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the company that will provide the educational software. GCPS superintendent Alvin Wilbanks said the school board had been reviewing and studying the idea of offering the new teaching and learning …