In partnership with the Clean Air Campaign, Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful is proud to announce the following “Clean Air Schools” for the 2010-2011 school year. These schools have taken the lead to create and sustain a healthier environment for successful teaching and learning.

By learning to “repair the air” with no-idling initiatives, promoting alternative modes of transportation (walking and riding the bus) and becoming involved with the air quality lesson plans, students become stewards for good air quality.

2012 Gwinnett County Public School’s Clean Air Schools

  • Annistown Elementary
  • Arcado Elementary
  • B.B. Harris Elementary
  • Beaver Ridge Elementary
  • Benefield Elementary
  • Berkeley Lake Elementary
  • Berkmar Middle School
  • Bethesda Elementary
  • Burnette Elementary
  • Camp Creek Elementary
  • Chesney Elementary
  • Corley Elementary School
  • Dr. M. H. Mason Elementary
  • Duluth Middle
  • Duncan Creek Elementary
  • Ferguson Elementary
  • Five Forks Middle School
  • Fort Daniel Elementary
  • Freeman’s Mill Elementary
  • Gwin Oaks Elementary
  • Harbins Elementary
  • Harmony Elementary
  • Ivy Creek Elementary
  • J.E. Richards Middle
  • J.G. Dyer Elementary
  • Jackson Elementary
  • K.E. Taylor Elementary
  • Kanoheda Elementary
  • Lanier High School
  • Lawrenceville Elementary
  • Level Creek Elementary
  • Margaret Winn Holt Elementary
  • McKendree Elementary
  • Monarch School
  • Norcross Elementary
  • Norcross High School
  • Parsons Elementary
  • Peachtree Elementary
  • Pinckneyville Middle
  • Puckett’s Mill Elementary
  • R.L. Norton Elementary
  • Rebecca Minor Elementary
  • Roberts Elementary
  • Rock Springs Elementary
  • Rosebud Elementary
  • Simpson Elementary
  • Sugar Hill Elementary
  • Sycamore Elementary
  • T. Carl Buice School
  • Trip Elementary
  • White Oak Elementary
  • Woodward Mill Elementary

Educators are encouraged to view teacher developed Air Quality lesson plans, Best Practices from other schools, as well as other helpful resources.

The Clean Air Schools program is free and open to all Georgia elementary, middle, and high schools. Schools can apply for the program at any time. Click here for more information.