With the guidance of senior executive director Aaron Lupuloff, the Gwinnett Public Schools Foundation (GCPS) has played an integral role in ensuring that a majority of students who attend school in the state of Georgia get the education they are entitled to as well as exposure to the type of curricula that will make them successful adults.
The mission of Aaron Lupuloff in concert with this foundation is to maintain the peerless standards that Gwinnett County Public Schools has created through building even stronger community participation both externally and internally with the public schools to provide any additional resources that the schools may need to for years to come.
The Gwinnett County Public Schools believe that their success is due to the abundance of help not only from the faculty and support staff but the plethora of resources that the foundation with Aaron Lupuloff at the helm have provided which would not have been available to the schools otherwise.
Recently, Aaron Lupuloff was interviewed about his reasons for being involved in the GCPS, and he stated, “It is very easy for me to passionately tell the story…I have five graduates of Gwinnett County Public Schools.” Lupuloff sees his and his wife’s roles in their children’s achievements, he also contends that it would not have been as possible without the athletic, academic, and arts programs they were able to participate in as students in the Gwinnett County Public Schools.
According to business.com, the goal of the GCPS since 2006 has been to continue to be the main source for financial resources to the Gwinnett County Public Schools and to encourage future generations to support these same goals including far-reaching educational reforms beyond Gwinnett county. According to Aaron’s Facebook page, this includes scholarship funds, leadership development programs, teacher professional development, and funding for technology innovations. Wherever and whenever possible, this means helping those who are most in need and recruiting community members when help is needed to accomplish the Foundation’s goals.
Aaron Lupuloff’s initial dream of a foundation that could help the nearly 200,000 students in the Gwinnett Public Schools has come to fruition and continues to expand its efforts through the passion he exudes that spurs others on to help him to create future community and world leaders that began their education in Gwinnett County Public Schools. For more details about Lupuloff you can visit youngupstarts.com.
Aaron Lupuloff, executive director of the Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation, discusses the organization during an interview at the Corky Kell Classic.